Belfast Telegraph

Appeal to beat the burglar

Police in south Belfast are appealing for information following a spate of burglaries in the area.

A large amount of copper piping and substantial amount of lead was stolen from a property in the Kitchener Street area of the city, sometime between Thursday May 27 and Friday June 11. Entry to the property was forced, and the removal of the piping caused extensive damage to the property.

A laptop, a portable DVD player, a flat screen television, an internet router, along with a large sum of cash were stolen from a home in the Artana Street area. The burglary occurred sometime between 8am on Thursday May 27 and 10.30am Saturday June 12.

In the early hours of Saturday June 5, a number of items were stolen including a were in the Henrietta Street area, 32" Toshiba LCD flat screen television.

A number of items were taken in the Dunluce Avenue area sometime between 9.30am on Tuesday 8, and just after midnight on Wednesday 9 June. Items stolen included an natural wood Encore acoustic guitar, a black coloured external hard drive, a black coloured I-pod docking station, two Jessop's cameras, and a Pentax K1000 camera.

Anyone who may have noticed unusual activity in any of the areas described above, or who may have been offered similar goods for sale in suspicious circumstances, is asked 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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