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Police on alert after high-value village burglary

Police are appealing for information after a high-value burglary in Longframlington.

Between 7.35am on Friday, February 8, and 5pm on Sunday, February 10, burglars broke into a house in Embleton Close.

The stolen items include money, a Raymond Weil watch, 1,600 Marlborough cigarettes, with Arabic writing, a Toshiba laptop, a Schaefer red pen set, around 50 DVDs, a Samsung tablet, a Packard Bell laptop, 15 Wii games, an Intova diving camera, a Dyson vacuum cleaner, bottles of wine, a grey and yellow Suunto diving watch, around 40 pairs of earrings, a Samsung PL50 digital camera, a Tom Tom sat nav, a blue dive mask and snorkel, a red dive mask and snorkel, a Citizen gold woman’s watch, a gold bangle with the words ‘special mum’ written on it, black dive gloves, bottles of whisky, a safe, a charm bracelet, a Sony Ericsson mobile phone, aftershave, a Dewalt drill and a number of personal photographs.

Thieves also stole the keys to a 2007 silver Vauxhall Vectra that was parked outside the house and made off with it.

Alnwick Neighbourhood Inspector Paul Truscott said: “House burglaries of this nature are few and far between in the area and I’d appeal to anyone that may have seen any suspicious people or cars or any kind of activity in Longframlington over the course of that weekend to get in touch.

“A number of unusual and expensive items were stolen during the burglary and I’d ask if anyone is offered any of the items for sale to contact us with information as soon as possible.

“We have had officers out speaking to local residents and extra patrols in the area since the burglary and if anyone knows anything that could help us with our inquiries then I’d ask them to ring us.”

Anyone with any information is asked to contact police on 101 ext 69191, or Crimestoppers on 0800 555111.

 

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