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Spate of Overnight Outbuilding Burglaries in Burwardsley !

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#Burglary Alert !

There have been a spate of overnight burglaries in Burwardsley in the early hours of the 25th September.

Thieves have targeted outbuildings overnight taking valuable equipment such as chainsaws and electrical equipment including tools and a laptop from at least 6 properties, but as yet the full extent remains unknown!

Heartbreakingly they have also stolen 5 — five week old cocker spaniel puppies from an outside Kennel. Clearly these puppies are not old enough to be parted from their mother . The family are understandably extremely concerned about their welfare!

Anyone with any information should contact the police on the non emergency 101 number quoting crime incident number 192 of 25/9/2015

Please can we help reunite the puppies with their family !

Further update to follow...........

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