Police are investigating three burglaries which took place within two days in Broadstairs
The break-ins were reported on June 4-5. Between 6.25pm and 6.35pm on Monday, June 4, a property in Grange Road was broken into. Nothing was reported stolen. (Police reference ZY/31037/18)
Between 2.15pm and 3.30pm on Sunday, June 3, jewellery was reported stolen from a property in Ramsgate Road. (Reference ZY/31216/18)
Between 3.30pm and 4.45pm also on Sunday, June 3 an attempted burglary was carried out at a property in Broadstairs Road, Broadstairs. (Reference ZY/31224/18)
Witnesses to any of the incidents can call Kent Police on 01843 222289 quoting the relevant reference number above.
Officers are keeping an open mind as to whether the reports are linked.
Inspector Lara Connor of the Thanet Community Safety Unit said: “Enquiries are ongoing into each report and we would ask anyone with information about them, to call us.
“Meanwhile, don’t forget to ensure all doors and windows are kept secure if you are not near them.
“Lock away any tools or garden items which could be stolen or used to break into your home.
“Consider installing alarms or CCTV and get your valuable property like computers and phones security-marked, as it will make it very hard for any criminals to sell on.”
For more advice, visit the Kent Police website https://www.kent.police.uk/burglary/
Residents can also get advice from local PCSOs who hold a surgery in Broadstairs Library on the first Wednesday of every month between 3pm and 4pm.