Police appeal after thieves break into four homes in Stamford

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POLICE are appealing for information after thieves broke into four houses yesterday (Sunday).

Thieves got into a house in Oak Road, Stamford, through a kitchen window sometime between 3.30pm on Saturday and 8.30am on Sunday. Police are unable to confirm what was taken.

Thieves also got into a house in Fife Close, Stamford, through a back window. Jewellery was taken. It happened between 2pm and 3.45pm yesterday.

And two properties in Highlands Way in Stamford were broken into, after 7pm.

Thieves took a laptop from one house after getting in through a window at the back of the house.

And they took jewellery, a set of car keys and a car, from another property in the street, after getting in through the conservatory roof.

Police community support officer David Vines said it was too early to be able to say whether the thefts were linked.

But he appealed for any witnesses to get in touch with police as soon as possible.

A laptop, perfume, jewellery and a camera were also taken from a house in Arran Road in Stamford between 2pm and 3pm on Thursday.

Diesel was also siphoned from a heavy goods vehicle in South Fen Road in Bourne on Wednesday and a number of heavy goods vehicles in Cherry Holt Road, Bourne, on Thursday night.

And a catalytic converter was taken from a car parked in Falcon Way, Bourne. The theft was discovered on Tuesday last week.

Witnesses can call 101 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.