Police are warning householders to check their security measures after three thefts reported in the Billingborough area
PCSO Sandra Brommell of Bourne and Billingborough neighbourhood policing team said there had been a report of personal items stolen from an insecure vehicle parked on a residential drive in Chapel Street sometime between 3pm on Christmas Eve and 9.30am on Tuesday December 29.
Anyone with information contact police on 101 quoting incident 86 of 29/12/15.
PCSO Brommell went on: “Two pedal cycles were stolen from an insecure garage in Low Street between 11am and 4:30pm on Wednesday December 30. Both were Bianchi models with the female one having a white frame with a green stripe running along it. The other being mint green in colour male’s cycle with white and black on the wheels.”
Quote incident 437 of 30/12/15 if you have information.
Then thieves got in via a downstairs window of a home in Church Street where numerous Makita power tools were stolen. Refer to incident 90 04/01/16.
PCSO Brommell said: “Sadly the above thefts do act as a reminder to us all that we need to check our own security measures are adequate.
“If you can assist police enquiries with any information no matter how small in relation to any of the crimes above please call our non-emergency number 101 or if you prefer call crimestoppers on 0800 555 111 quoting the relevant incident numbers.”