POLICE are making Rugby residents aware of a number of burglaries across town during recent weeks.
Between 11.40am and 1.30pm on April 17 offenders smashed the rear patio doors of a home in Ashlawn Road and entered the house. Several items were stolen.
Between 8am and 12.20pm on April 17 offenders forced open the rear French doors of a home in Murray Road. This activated the intruder alarm and the offenders ran off. Nothing appears to have been stolen.
At just before 12.30pm on April 19 a witness reported that two men were climbing over a wall and entering a home in East Street. Police attended the scene and two offenders were arrested.
During the night of April 19 into April 20 offenders used a bladed instrument to force the rear patio doors of a home in Seymour Road off its runners. The offenders then entered the house to steal various items of electrical equipment and DVDs.
At 9.20pm on May 5 offenders used a brick to smash the rear patio door of a home in Tom Brown Street, Rugby. On hearing the noise, the resident of the house investigates and disturbed the offender who quickly ran off.
During the night of May 5 into May 6 offenders smashed the front window of a home in Earl Street and entered the house. Once inside, the offenders carried out an untidy search before stealing a laptop computer.
Just after 10pm on May 7 an offender smashed the front bay window of a home in Queen Victoria Street and entered the house. Several items were stolen.
A witness chased the offender who dropped a TV in a nearby street.
Between May 9 and 2 offenders forced open the front door of another home in Queen Victoria Road and entered the house to steal a television and items of jewellery.
If you have information that you believe may be connected to any of these incidents please contact police in Rugby on 101.