Police urge for vigilance after two incidents in Uplyme
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Investigations are underway following break-ins at two properties in Uplyme.
Devon and Cornwall Police detectives are warning residents to remain vigilant following two incidents in recent weeks.
A force spokesman said a burglary occurred in Rhode Lane between Wednesday, March 20, and Monday, March 25, where a large amount of jewellery and silverware was stolen.
In a second incident in the village, thieves forced entry into a property in the Lime Kiln area between Tuesday, March 26 and Monday, April 1.
A tidy search was carried out but no items appear to have been stolen.
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Anyone with information should contact police on 101 or email email@example.com quoting CR/029051/19 for the Lime Kiln burglary or the Rhode Lane incident CR/026686/19.
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