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Police Hunt Burglar After Ocean Village Raids
Police are trying to find a burglar who got away with a £21,000 haul in Southampton's Ocean Village.
Detectives have released an efit of a youth they want to speak to.
They happened on Saturday, April 13 between 2.30 and 5pm in Cobalt Quarter in Ocean Village. Two top floor apartments next door to each other were broken into.
A Rolex watch an iPad, two Louis Vitton bags and a pair of Louis Vitton sunglasses were taken from one apartment totalling around £21,000 in value.
Police are now in a position to release an efit of the suspect for the burglaries.
He is described as: Mixed race, aged around 16, 5ft 8ins, and skinny, short black hair, black eyebrows, big dark brown eyes and an elongated skinny face. He wore a dark coat/hoody with the hood up, he had his mouth covered and was sat on
a black mountain bike at the time he was seen.
Officers are asking anyone who thinks they know who he is, or has information about the burglaries, to contact Detective Constable Abbie Leeson at Shirley Police Station on 101, or call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.
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