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Police urge residents to be vigilant after a number of attempted break-ins around Southwell


By Rachel Armitage


Police are urging residents to be vigilant after a series of attempted break-ins.

Over the last few days, officers reported that an empty house on Chatsworth Drive, Southwell, was broken into, with numerous items taken and other items thrown around.

An offender also attempted to break into another property's garage on Raysmith Close by forcing the door lock. On this occasion, damage was done to the door but no entry gained.

Police received a number of reports of attempted break-ins this week.
Police received a number of reports of attempted break-ins this week.

A property on Hillside Drive then had their rear garden gate forced and damaged, but no other entry was gained to the property.

Then last Sunday, a house on Manor Close had a bedroom window damaged.

A spokesman for Sherwood Police said: "Please be aware and report any suspicious activity to 101 or call 999 if you believe a crime is being committed."

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