Spate of jewellery burglaries across the county

Picture: Archant library.

Picture: Archant library. - Credit: Copyright: Archant 2015

Police have launched a number of appeals after several jewellery burglaries have taken place across Norfolk in recent weeks.

Jewellery was stolen from a property on Cromwell Road, Weeting, on Thursday May 24. Photo: Google Ma

Jewellery was stolen from a property on Cromwell Road, Weeting, on Thursday May 24. Photo: Google Maps - Credit: Archant

A car and jewellery were stolen overnight at a house in Hockwold after a property was broken into a some point between 11.45pm on Thursday May 17 and 4.30am the next morning.

The car was later recovered seven miles away in Santon Downham on the same day.

Almost a week later a house was broken into on Bungay Road in Scole at approximately 6.15pm on Wednesday May 23 and jewellery was stolen from within.

Finally, jewellery was stolen from an address on Cromwell Road in Weeting sometime during the day yesterday.

Jewellery was stolen from a property in Bungay Road, Scole, on Wednesday May 23. Photo: Google Maps

Jewellery was stolen from a property in Bungay Road, Scole, on Wednesday May 23. Photo: Google Maps - Credit: Archant

Officers are appealing for witnesses after a property was broken into at some point between 7.55am and 5pm on Thursday May 27.

There is no indication that these burglaries are linked at this stage.

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Anyone who may have seen any suspicious activity in the areas of these incidents or anyone with any information should contact DC Nichola Lane at King’s Lynn Police Station, DC Scott Malcolmson at Norwich CID or DC Debbie Johnston at Thetford CID respectively on 101.

Alternatively they can contact Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555111.

A car and jewellery was stolen from a property in Nursery Lane, Hockwold, on Thursday May 17. Photo:

A car and jewellery was stolen from a property in Nursery Lane, Hockwold, on Thursday May 17. Photo: Google Maps - Credit: Archant

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