Cowboy cufflinks, cash and laptops amongst items stolen during three village burglaries

PUBLISHED: 11:51 06 May 2020 | UPDATED: 11:51 06 May 2020

Police are looking at links between the burglaries  Picture SARAH LUCY BROWN

Police are looking at links between the burglaries Picture SARAH LUCY BROWN


Distinctive cufflinks, cash, laptops and watches are among items stolen at break-ins in west Suffolk which police believe may linked.

All three break-ins took place on Monday, May 4 in rural villages.

The first incident happened at a property in Ousden. Sometime between 07.45am and 5.30pm offender/s forced entry via a kitchen window and stole a laptop, a set of distinctive Paul Smith gold-coloured cowboy cufflinks, a small St Christopher necklace a, Mont Blanc pen and a quantity of cash.

The second burglary took place sometime between 10.00am and 3.30pm at an address south of Genesis Green, Wickhambrook.

A ground floor window was forced open and a number of items of jewellery were taken including a gold bracelet, ring and chain.

The third incident took place at a property on Lower Street in Stansfield sometime between 3.45pm and 4.45pm.

Offender/s forced entry to a window at the rear and stole a black safe containing personal documents and a quantity of cash, a silver coloured Acer laptop, a Tissot V8 watch, and a Nixon Super Rover stainless steel watch.

A spokesman for Suffolk police said: “Officers are investigating links between these burglaries and are asking anybody who saw anything suspicious or an unusual vehicle at the times above to contact West CID, quoting reference 24735/20 (Ousden), 24728/20 (Wickhambrook) or 24733/20 (Stansfield).”

To get in contact with Suffolk police either call 101 or email

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