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Police are appealing for information after three burglaries in Ipswich this week, that they believe may be connected to a spate of burglaries that have happened in last week.
Between 6.35pm and 8.05pm, a house on Bixley Road was broken into on Wednesday night. An untidy search was made and jewellery was stolen.
A house was broken into on the Bucklesham Road between 6pm and 9pm. An untidy search was made of the house but it isn't believed anything was stolen.
At some point between 7.30pm and 10pm, a house was broken into on Heath Road. An untidy search was carried out and jewellery was stolen.
Detective Superintendent Bernie Morgan said: "We're asking anyone who may have seen or heard anything suspicious in and around this area of Ipswich yesterday evening to contact us straight away.
If you do notice anyone acting in a suspicious manner around houses in the area, or you believe you have been broken into, please dial 999 immediately.
We're working incredibly hard to solve these burglaries, which we believe may be linked, and we're asking for the community's help so that we can identify those responsible and prevent future burglaries."
Can you help? Call 101 and quote reference number IE/14/2899.
Police have also reiterated security advice to help minimise the risk of burglaries and are advising members of the public to take the following precautions: