Pinner residents are being urged to remain vigilant after a residential burglary occurred on Wednesday 19th April.
The incident, which took place between 5:10pm and 9:55pm, saw thieves gain access to a property located halfway along West Towers in Pinner.
According to reports, the suspect(s) first accessed the rear garden before smashing a rear patio door window to gain entry. Once inside, they stole various items including jewellery, an Apple iPad, and golf equipment.
Local Police Community Support Officer (PCSO) Lee O’Brien posted the information about the burglary via OWL, a community messaging system that allows residents to stay informed about local crime and safety issues. O’Brien is now urging anyone who saw or heard anything suspicious around the time of the burglary to come forward with any information they may have.
Residents are also being asked to check any CCTV footage they may have for the above timeframe and to contact the police if it has recorded any suspicious activity. They can do so via OWL, by ringing 101, or by contacting CrimeStoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111 and quoting crime reference number 2005756/23.
To help prevent further crime like this, residents are being advised to take precautions such as installing a burglar alarm, securing their bins, and storing jewellery and other valuables inside an anchored safe. For further advice on how to protect homes and possessions from burglars, residents can visit the police website.