Thieves target Lincolnshire village with four burglaries in one week
A Lincolnshire village has been hit by four burglaries in one week with cash and jewellery stolen from several properties.
All of the incidents involved forced entry and untidy searches to properties in Heckington.
In the first break-in cash, a watch and jewellery were stolen from a house in High Street.
Thieves searched the house after forcing entry through patio doors sometime between February 6 and February 9.
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Cash and jewellery were also stolen from a property on Windmill Drive which was broken into some time between 2.45pm on February 8 and 5.40pm on February 10.
Entry was made through a conservatory door.
Some time between lunchtime on February 9 and 2pm on February 10, entry was gained to a house in Station Road by forcing a rear door.
It is thought that entry was gained through the rear garden by forcing open a gate.
An untidy search of the property was made but it is not believed that anything was taken.
A final break-in on Sleaford Road happened between 10am and 9.30pm on February 10 with offenders forcing open a kitchen door.
The offenders searched the building before leaving through the bedroom window with nothing currently thought to have been taken.
Anyone who saw or heard any suspicious activity in these areas over the weekend is asked to call Lincolnshire Police on 101 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555111.