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Police warn of linked burglaries in Milton Keynes’ Coffee Hall.

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Two burglaries in Coffee Hall which saw offenders break in while there were people at home are being linked, say Thames Valley Police.

The first break-in took place in Daniels Welch over a month ago at 5am on Monday, May 2, when a victim confronted an offender after disturbing them during the burglary.

The suspect then made off before taking a black mobile phone, cash and cigarettes.

The offender is a white man, around 5ft 8ins to 6ft tall, and in his thirties. He was wearing a brown waist length cloth coat and a brown wooly hat.

At a similar time on the same day a property on Jonathans, Coffee Hall, was also burgled and two bank cards were stolen. Police are linking these two burglaries.

Anyone with information should contact PC Chris Downs from Milton Keynes police station via the Thames Valley Police Enquiry Centre on 101.

> Between 9pm on Saturday, May 24 and 7am on Sunday, May 25, offenders gained entry through an unsecure downstairs door, while the occupants slept upstairs.

Offenders carried out a messy search of the kitchen and stole bank cards and cash.

Anyone with information should contact PC Jacqueline Baverstock from Milton Keynes police station via the Thames Valley Police Enquiry Centre on 101.

> A property was also burgled in Conniburrow Boulevard, Conniburrow between midnight on Friday, May 16 and 11.30am on Monday, May 26.

Offenders gained entry to the house by entering the rear garden through a side gate and then entering through the patio doors.

A messy search of the property was conducted and electrical items including a laptop and iPad, items of jewellery, and the keys to a Skoda were stolen.

The Skoda was then stolen from the driveway but has now been recovered.

Anyone with any information should contact PC Jacqueline Baverstock from Milton Keynes police station via the Thames Valley Police Enquiry Centre on 101.

If you don’t want to speak directly to the police, you can contact the independent charity Crimestoppers (opens new window) anonymously on 0800 555 111.

No personal details are taken, information is not traced or recorded and you will not go to court.

 

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