Christmas presents stolen in spate of burglaries

Warrington Guardian: Christmas presents stolen in spate of burglaries Christmas presents stolen in spate of burglaries

POLICE are urging residents to keep homes safe after five properties were raided on Wednesday night.

Burglaries happened at homes on Chester Road and Brook Avenue in Stockton Heath, and Euclid Avenue and Mairesfield Avenue in Grappenhall.

A house on Woodlands Drive in Lymm was also burgled.

Christmas presents, wallets, cash and electronic items were taken, according to officers.

There have been 10 burglaries in Grappenhall, Lymm and Stockton Heath since Friday, three shed break-ins, and three thefts from cars.

Some happened after doors or windows were left unlocked.

Police are calling for residents to take extra caution in locking doors and windows, and leaving valuables out of sight.

The use of security lights and timed lights is also strongly recommended. 

Anyone with information can call Warrington South NPU on 101.

For more tips on security, go to cheshire.police.uk. 

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12:08pm Thu 19 Dec 13

smallscousefox says...

Scum!
No other word for them
Scum! No other word for them smallscousefox

5:50pm Thu 19 Dec 13

old-codger says...

Yes, I cant find the words to describe them that WG would allow on here,
Yes, I cant find the words to describe them that WG would allow on here, old-codger

10:26pm Thu 19 Dec 13

MAD 4 IT says...

MUST HAVE BEEN "DRAGGED UP" !!
MUST HAVE BEEN "DRAGGED UP" !! MAD 4 IT

12:11pm Fri 20 Dec 13

The Real Brick Bazooka. says...

all i want for christmas is my dad
all i want for christmas is my dad The Real Brick Bazooka.

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