Jewellery stolen after bungalow break-in
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Trollbeads jewellery, valued at around £1,500 was taken.
Around £1,500 worth of jewellery was stolen after a Honiton bungalow was broken into.
The burglary took place at the property in The Pines between Sunday, November 6 and Friday, November 18.
The bungalow was entered through the rear glazed french doors, which the intruder(s) smashed to gain entry.
Distinctive ‘Trollbeads’ jewellery was stolen, with the value of around £1,500. DC Rob McMahon, of Honiton Criminal Investigations Derpartment, said: “This is a timely reminder to consider the safety of your home.
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“Keep an eye out in your community and report any suspicious activity in your area.”
More information about keeping your home secure can be found on our website: www.devon-cornwall.police.uk/prevention-and-advice/your-home
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Anyone with information is requested to contact police on telephone number 101 or you can email email@example.com crime number CR/081993/16.