Police hunt thieves responsible for a spate of West Parley burglaries

Bournemouth Echo: Police hunt thieves responsible for a spate of West Parley burglaries Police hunt thieves responsible for a spate of West Parley burglaries

POLICE are hunting thieves responsible for a spate of burglaries in West Parley.

Tools, petrol, a go kart and three guitars were among the items stolen in two incidents which occurred between Thursday, February 13, and the following day, Friday, February 14.

Offenders also attempted to burgle a third building during the spree.

Acting Inspector Nikki Loftus, of Ferndown Police, said those responsible broke into a workshop and smashed a window of a garage in Christchurch Road, before also breaking into a shed in New Road.

“I would like to speak to anyone who saw suspicious activity in the area or has been offered items for sale for unusually low prices or in suspicious circumstances,” she said.

“I also urge all residents to be vigilant and to contact the police if they have any concerns.”
No arrests have been made and enquiries are ongoing.

Witnesses and anyone with information should call Dorset Police in confidence on 101 quoting crime numbers 14:6452, 14:6304 and 14:6295.

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