Police appeal after Exmouth burglaries
THE police are urging people to make sure access to their home is secure after a spate of burglaries at Exmouth properties.
A spokesperson for Devon and Cornwall police said, due to the good weather, it was important residents secured doors and windows at their property at night when leaving their home.
Bank cards, a driving licence, Samsung Blade Slide mobile phone, a red and black purse with a daisy clasp, store cards, a man’s watch and a brown leather wallet were taken from a residence in Kingston Road.
The burglary happened overnight between June 12 and June 13. It is believed entry was gained by an insecure front door.
Anyone with information should call the police on 08452 777444, quoting crime reference number KE/10/1418.
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Issuing their warning to the public, the spokesperson said: “We would like to remind people that our area is the third safest place in the country to live.
“However, due to the good weather we are experiencing, it’s important to close and secure windows and doors at night and when leaving their property.
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“Thieves will make the most of the slightest opportunity and an open window presents an invitation into your home.”
In a separate incident, thieves stole cash, bank and store cards, a black leather handbag, a tan-coloured ‘fossil’ purse and family photos, from a property in Hamilton Road, in the early hours of Sunday, June 19.
It is understood that the burglar entered the premises via an insecure ground floor door.
Anyone with information about the crime should call Exmouth CID on 08452 777444, quoting KE/10/1470.