Three break-ins reported in Rugby yesterday

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Three break-ins happened in Rugby yesterday (Monday February 20), Warwickshire Police have reported.

Between 1.25 and 1.40pm, a male offender entered the rear garden of a home in Pennington Mews via the garden gate.

The offender, described as white, aged around 40 and wearing a grey jacket and a blue bobble hat, opened the insecure rear door of the house and was spotted by the resident of the house.

The offender quickly made off on foot. Nothing was stolen. This is incident number 204 of February 20.

And between noon and 2.30pm, offenders broke into an insecure Volkswagen Transporter van parked in Windmill Close, stealing a Makita drill and a Makita disc cutter from inside.

A black leather wallet containing cash and cards was also stolen from the cab of the vehicle. This is incident number 244 of February 20.

Finally, at some point before 4.45pm yesterday, offenders entered a home in Manor Road and stole documents, identification papers, receipts and certificates. This is incident number 305 of February 20.

Anyone with any information about any of these crimes should call police on 101, quoting the relevant incident number.