Belfast Telegraph

‘Keep on the look out’

Detectives in south Belfast are appealing for information following a number of burglaries across the region. The public are being urged to keep a look out for the following items sold in suspicious circumstances.



A substantial amount of copper piping was removed from its wall mounting in the Chadwick Street area.

Sometime between Tuesday, May 4 and Friday, May 14, persons or person forced entry into the property on Chadwick Street and took a number of items, which also included a radiator that was physically removed from its wall mounting.

In the Priory Park area, sometime between 1.30pm and 4pm on Thursday May 20, a silver coloured high definition Cannon video camera HG10 was taken together with a collection of jewellery that included a gold trilogy ring containing a square cut ruby with two square cut diamonds either side.

A second trilogy ring containing three stones and a centre ruby with a diamond either side with a solid gold gallery, a gold bracelet with approximately 20 links in a mixture of rose, yellow and normal gold with a shell on each line were also taken.

Sometime between 2pm and 6pm on Friday, May 21, a burglary took place in the Agincourt Avenue area of the city, where a number |of items were taken including a Dell Inspiron 15” |laptop.

In the Annadale Avenue area, a large sum of US dollars together with a dark blue coloured Dell laptop, |a silver coloured Alba SLI123 digital camera and a white coloured Nintendo Wii were stolen from a house in |the early hours on Sunday, May 23.

A black coloured Tom Tom satellite navigation system along with cables was also taken from the family car outside the property.

Anyone who may have noticed unusual activity in any of these areas at the dates and times in question, or who may have been offered similar goods for sale in suspicious circumstances are to contact detectives in Musgrave Street on 0845 6008000.

Alternatively, information about crime can be passed anonymously via the Crimestoppers charity on 0800 555111.

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