TWO men have been arrested after a string of burglaries involving a suspicious burglaries involving a silver Volkswagen Golf.
Thames Valley Police has called on the public for help with several burglaries that have happened in the county – including in Reading and Bracknell – in recent weeks.
The force is particularly interested of an suspicious activity surround a silver Volkswagen Golf.
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Officers said the first burglary happened in Pamber Road, Charter Alley in Hampshire on December 8.
Thieves managed to steal a set of car keys through the letterbox of a house between 2am and 7am. The keys were for a silver VW Golf which was subsequently stolen from outside the property.
Then on Friday, December 11, police said a patio door was smashed in at a house in The Ridgeway, Woodley. A safe was stolen containing cash and watches were also snatched when it happened between 5.30pm and 10pm.
On the same day, at about 8.20pm, Thames Valley Police said homeowners in Mayfair, Tilehurst, heard a man’s voice shout ‘hello’ from inside their home.
Police said a man in dark clothing was seen closing the front door and then got into a passenger seat of a silver VW Golf that was parked nearby and sped off.
Then on Monday, December 14, about 4pm the silver VW Golf stolen from Charter Alley, Hampshire, was found in Roycroft Lane, Finchampstead.
Two men have since been arrested in connection with the incidents.
A 26-year-old man from Burnham and a 30-year-old man from Aldermaston have been arrested on suspicion of burglary and have been released on bail.
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Detective Sergeant Terry Dixon, based at Loddon Valley police station, said: “This is a concerning series of incidents and I would like to hear from anyone who may have any information that could assist with this investigation.
“I am particularly keen to hear from anyone who saw anything suspicious involving a silver Volkswagen Golf between Tuesday, December 8, and Monday, December 14.”
Anyone with information is asked to call 101 ref 43200422132
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