Police appeal after break-in
14:29 20 March 2014
Police are appealing for information following a break-in in Brixington.
The incident happened at a property in Cedar Close some time between the evenings of Sunday, March 9, and Tuesday, March 11.
A lock was completely damaged and access gained to a shed.
Nothing was taken, which leads police to believe that the offender was disturbed or planned on returning for the contents.
If anyone saw any suspicious activity, or an out of place character or characters in the area, they are asked to call 101 quoting crime number KE/14/553.
Police are asking all home owners in the area to be vigilant to any suspect persons seen acting suspiciously.
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