Police appeal for Rugby burglary victim to come forward

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Police in Rugby are appealing for the possible victim of a burglary to come forward after a number of items, which they believe have been stolen, were found in the house of a burglary suspect.

Two males, aged 22 and 15, were arrested in Rugby on November 5 after they were seen with a motorcycle that had been reported as stolen.

Both were later released on police bail until a date in December.

A subsequent search of a property in Pope Street, New Bilton, Rugby revealed evidence of other stolen motorcycles and also other items which are believed to have been stolen in burglaries.

Among the items recovered from the house were a number of bottles of wine which were wrapped in floral pillow cases, a number of bottles of San Miguel lager, a cafetiere and a glass jar containing ground coffee.

Anyone who has had items similar to these stolen in a burglary, even if it was not reported to the police at the time, is asked to contact Police Staff Investigator Paul Lockton at Rugby CID by dialling Warwickshire Police on 101, or they can speak to Crimestoppers on 0800 555111 where the information can be given anonymously.