Burglaries could be connected

Burglaries could be connected

Burglaries could be connected

First published in News

Scores of expensive electrical equipment and jewellery were taken in two burglaries which are believed to be connected.

Both burglaries were on Lower Park Road, Hastings, one between 9.25am and 6.30pm and one between 11am and midday on Saturday.

A Playstation 3, a silver iPod, a Panasonic Camcorder, a Nikon Coolpix digital camera, a Blackberry Curve mobile phone and several items of jewellery and watches were taken in the first break in.

Two Macbook Pro Laptops, a black iPad mini, an orange La Cie external hard drive, a canon video camera, two memory sticks, a gold cross pendant with a heart on it, a small silver box and two pairs of trainers from the other.

Detective constable Cally Fox said: “We believe both these break-ins are linked as they happened during the same time frame, although one wasn't discovered until the next day.

“These items are all expensive and we are asking anyone who are offered these type of items for sale for cheaper prices to contact us.

“The break-ins also happened during the day or evening and we would like to speak to anyone who might have seen anything suspicious in the area.”

Email 101@sussex.pnn.police.uk or call 101 quoting serial 1315 of 5/8.

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5:17am Thu 21 Aug 14

Valentinian says...

“The break-ins also happened during the day or evening and we would like to speak to anyone who might have seen anything suspicious in the area.”

THE DAY OF EVENING CALLY! YE GODS!.....WHAT OTHEWR TIME WAS THERE!!!!

LOOK PC FOX...if you need help *and your Force Stats scream you do!) You could do a lot worse than ask the creators of the Inspector Roy Grace novels and current Restaurant critic for Absolute Brighton, Petere James to help....

James has written 26 novels, including the International best-selling crime thriller series featuring Brighton-based Detective Superintendent Roy Grace, which have sold 14 million copies worldwide and have given him seven consecutive UK Sunday Times number ones, as well as number ones in Germany, France, Russia and Canada, and he is also a New York Times best-seller. James's books have been translated into 36 languages. In the UK and US they are published by Macmillan Publishers. In 1994 Penguin Books published his novel Host on two floppy discs (in addition to conventional print formats) as The World's First Electronic Novel, a copy of which is now in the Science Museum. James has written supernatural thrillers, spy fiction, science-based thrillers, a children's novel, and the novella The Perfect Murder which was 15 weeks at number one on iBooks, and 45 weeks in their top 10. The Perfect Murder is now a smash-hit stage play adapted by Shaun McKenna starting the second leg of its 26-week UK tour in September 2014. His first Roy Grace novel, 'Dead Simple' is currently in development as a movie and it has also been adapted for the stage by Shaun McKenna, starting a 26-week run in the UK on 15 January 2015. He has served two consecutive terms as chairman of the UK Crime Writers Association, and is Overseas Vice-President of International Thriller Writers in the USA.
“The break-ins also happened during the day or evening and we would like to speak to anyone who might have seen anything suspicious in the area.” THE DAY OF EVENING CALLY! YE GODS!.....WHAT OTHEWR TIME WAS THERE!!!! LOOK PC FOX...if you need help *and your Force Stats scream you do!) You could do a lot worse than ask the creators of the Inspector Roy Grace novels and current Restaurant critic for Absolute Brighton, Petere James to help.... James has written 26 novels, including the International best-selling crime thriller series featuring Brighton-based Detective Superintendent Roy Grace, which have sold 14 million copies worldwide and have given him seven consecutive UK Sunday Times number ones, as well as number ones in Germany, France, Russia and Canada, and he is also a New York Times best-seller. James's books have been translated into 36 languages. In the UK and US they are published by Macmillan Publishers. In 1994 Penguin Books published his novel Host on two floppy discs (in addition to conventional print formats) as The World's First Electronic Novel, a copy of which is now in the Science Museum.[2] James has written supernatural thrillers, spy fiction, science-based thrillers, a children's novel, and the novella The Perfect Murder which was 15 weeks at number one on iBooks, and 45 weeks in their top 10. The Perfect Murder is now a smash-hit stage play adapted by Shaun McKenna starting the second leg of its 26-week UK tour in September 2014. His first Roy Grace novel, 'Dead Simple' is currently in development as a movie and it has also been adapted for the stage by Shaun McKenna, starting a 26-week run in the UK on 15 January 2015. He has served two consecutive terms as chairman of the UK Crime Writers Association, and is Overseas Vice-President of International Thriller Writers in the USA. Valentinian
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