Burglars target Royston homes
TWO Royston homes have been targeted by burglars with the criminals making off with jewellery, laptops and a child’s quad bike.
A property in Old North Road was potentially the first to be targeted with the offenders gaining entry into a side barn attached to a house - making off with a kid size mini moto and quad bike.
It is believed to have taken place between July 27 and August 17.
The second property was targeted on August 16.
A house in The Brambles was broken into between 8.15am-18.10pm with offenders making off with laptops, camcorders, cameras and jewellery - after gaining entrance through rear patio doors.
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Anyone who witnessed anything suspicious is advised to contact Hertfordshire Constabulary on the non-emergency 101 number.
Police advise residents to lock all windows and doors when not at home, and make sure all valuables, keys to vehicles are well hidden.
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