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Can you help us solve a Farnham burglary?

05 Jun, 2018 15:50 News Witness Appeals

On Friday 1 June, a house off of Farnborough Road in Farnham was broken into and we would like your help to identify those responsible for it.

It’s believed the break-in occurred during the day, between 8.30am and 5.30pm.

A large amount of jewellery was stolen, with the items taken including a Phillipe Charioll watch and a Gucci watch.

We would like to talk to the occupants of a black Audi A3 that was seen driving away from White House Walk shortly at approximately 3.10pm on 1 June. The car was believed to have been driving at speed, heading towards the Shepherd and Flock Roundabout.

PC Andy Cox from the Waverley Area Policing Team said:

“We are appealing for anyone who may have witnessed the break-in or have any information on the whereabouts of the items mentioned.

“Perhaps you were driving along Farnborough Road in Farnham at the time and witnessed a black vehicle speeding off, if so please get in touch with us.

“Maybe you work in an antique shop or a cash-for-gold shop and have seen items similar to these come in over the past couple of days. No matter how insignificant the information you have may seem, please call us as this could really help our investigation.”

Waverley Borough Neighbourhood Inspector Gary Smith said:

“I am very aware that an offence of burglary is one of the most personal and abhorrent crimes that can occur and my team will always work to prevent offences and, when they do occur, will follow every line of enquiry available to bring offenders to justice. Waverley has seen a decline in burglary offences, compared to the same period last year, and this remains one of the safest boroughs in one of the safest counties in England.”

Anyone with information is asked to contact us by calling 101 and quoting reference number PR/45180057493.

Alternatively, you can contact Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555111.

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