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Two burglaries in one night in Crawley

11 February 2013

Police are appealing for witnesses to two burglaries in Crawley that occurred overnight on Tuesday February 5.

One break-in happened on Winter Gardens in Crawley between 10.30pm and 7.45am, where the offender(s) gained access through the back door. A Blackberry mobile phone and £20 was stolen, two bags were also stolen but these were found discarded nearby.

The other happened on Burns Road between 11pm and 12.20am where the offender(s) gained access via the front door. Various items were taken from a jewellery box, including a distinctive necklace with the letters NAWC engraved on it. £70 was also stolen.

Chief Inspector Justina Beeken said: "We would also urge residents to always make sure their doors and windows are always secure, and that keys are not hooked up near a door or window making it easy for suspects to gain access."

Detective Constable Chris Mills added: "Anyone who saw anything suspicious in these areas is asked to contact police on 101 quoting serial 0160 of 6/2 for Winter Gardens or serial 0182 of 6/2 for Burns Road."

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