In Surrey Police Witness Appeals on April 11th, officers are appealing for information after a family home in Camberley was targeted for the second time by thieves.
The first burglary took place between 3.0pm and 5.0pm on Friday, 31 March when the intruders forced entry through the rear of the property in Browning Close. An untidy search was carried out and a quantity of watches, an 18 carat gold ring with three diamonds and some cash were taken.
The second burglary took place less than a week later on Thursday, 6 April. The intruders forced entry through the rear of the property between 3pm and 5pm before breaking into a safe within the property. A quantity of jewellery and a box of watches were taken.
Officers believe that the two burglaries are linked.
PC Chris Jeacock of West Surrey CID, said: “We believe the two burglaries are linked – both took place during busy periods of the day and both times quantities of jewellery and watches were stolen, causing upset and inconvenience twice to the occupants.
“We are appealing for members of the public to come forward with any information which could assist with the investigation and help return these stolen goods back to their rightful owners and bring those involved to justice.
“I would appeal to any local residents or visitors to the area who saw anyone acting suspiciously in the area over the last couple of weeks to get in touch. Similarly, if you are aware of anyone recently coming into money or recently trying to sell watches or jewellery from a dubious background please do the right thing and contact Surrey Police.”