Thousands of pounds worth of goods stolen from house in Burgess Hill

Thousands of pounds worth of property stolen from residential property

Thousands of pounds worth of property stolen from residential property

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Thousands of pounds worth of items have been stolen from a house in West Sussex.

A property on Pangdene Close in Burgess Hill was broken into between July 4 and July 6 while the occupants were away, who returned to find their patios doors smashed.

The items stolen included an Apple Imac, a Swarovski necklace and bracelet, two designer watches and champagne.

Although most of the items stolen were jewellery or electrical, a fan and a magazine basket were also taken.

A man was seen leaving the property on July 4 at 7pm through the side gate.

He is described as white, between 35 and 40 and 5' 10".

Detective Constable Oliver Summer said: "Thousands of pounds worth of items were stolen from this house and we think those responsible might have made several trips."

Anyone with information should contact police on 101 or email 101 quoting serial 1041 of 6/7

 

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