Police Patrols Stepped Up as Neston is Hit by a String of Burglaries
|Published: 19th July 2012 07:49|
Cheshire Police are investigating a spate of burglaries which have been targeting community buildings in the Neston area.
There have been a number of break-ins in the town during the past week and police believe they may be related.
At 2.40am on 12th July, a burglary was committed at Parkgate Primary School in Brooklands Road. Two laptops were stolen after a window was broken with a brick to gain entry.
Between 9.45pm on 12th July and 11am on 13th July, Neston Christian Fellowship in Little Neston was broken into. Nothing was taken.
On 14th July, around 2am, a burglary was committed at Neston High School with a glass door smashed to gain entry. Food was stolen from the fridges.
Around 4.05am on 15th July, Ness Gardens were broken into and an air weapon is believed to have been stolen.
A burglary was also committed at the allotments on Raby Park Road with several sheds broken into.
Police are taking this matter very seriously and have increased night patrols of the area accordingly.
Anyone with information about these burglaries should contact Cheshire Police on 101.