Spate of break-ins

Saturday 9th January 2016 10:00 am

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POLICE are investigating whether a spate of burglaries are linked after a series of raids on commercial and community halls that took place between December 22 and new year in Grayshott, Headley and Lindford.

Burglars forced their way into the Royal British Legion club in Headley Road, Grayshott, via the back door, between midnight and 11.20am on December 22. Cash was stolen from a charity box and petty cash tins.

On the same day there was a break-in at a garden shed in Whitmore Vale Road, when thieves stole a Makita router and hammer drill plus other items.

On December 28, there was an attempted breaking at the social club in Hill Road, at 1.30am, in the morning, but alarms deterred intruders.

Police also say there was a break-in at Grayshott sports field pavilion between Boxing Day and December 28 at 10am, when thieves got in through the back door and stole a TV.

Between December 21 and 22, there were break-ins at an office unit in Broxhead Farm Road, Lindford, when thieves got in via the roof and petty cash was stolen.

The sports club on the same road was broken into.

Damage was reported, but nothing was stolen.

There was also a break-in at the sports pavilion in Mill Lane, Headley, between December 29 and 31.

A ground floor window and door and other damage was reported, but nothing reported stolen. Headley Village Hall was broken into during the same period.

Again damage was caused, but nothing stolen.

Police received one report of two people wearing hooded tops with one carrying a rucksack. CCTV is being reviewed and say the crimes could be linked to other burglaries in the Bordon area.

Call 101 if you can help.

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