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Winkhill burglary this afternoon

Staffordshire Police are appealing for help in locating offenders who burgled a property in Winkhill, Leek, this afternoon, 17 February.

The occupants of New Street Farm returned to their home at 3pm this afternoon and found that a rear window had been smashed.

Unknown intruders had made an untidy search of the property.

An amount of jewellery was taken along with other items from the property.

The unknown offenders made a getaway in the home owners' blue ford focus Titanium TDCI.

Earlier today, a white ford transit was spotted collecting scrap from neighbouring homes including the farm.

The male who drove the flat bed transit visited the farm at 12.06 this afternoon and is described as 5ft 10" tall wearing a green jumper and jeans.

Officers are eager to trace this male to eliminate him from their enquiries.

Were you around Winkhill today and see anything unusual?

Did you see either a white ford flatbed transit or the blue ford focus, possibly being driven at speed?

Maybe you saw someone acting suspiciously in the area?

If so we would like to speak to you.

Anyone with information is asked to call Staffordshire Police on 101 and quote incident 516 of 17 February.

You may prefer to call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111 where information left can neither be traced nor recorded.

17 Feb 2017 19:33:07 GMT
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