Police appeal for information following day time burglaries in Camberley and Bagshot

Police in Camberley are appealing for information after several properties were burgled in broad day light in the Camberley and Bagshot areas yesterday (Wednesday 16 July).

A house was targeted in Heatherley Road, Camberley sometime between 12.30 – 12.45pm and items of jewellery were stolen. Witnesses have reported seeing four white men, all wearing baseball caps, walking away from the property and then running along Heatherley Road towards The Avenue.

The first man is described as ‘chubby looking’ in his late 20s/early 30s wearing a pale blue shirt tucked into light blue trousers. Two other men were in their twenties and carrying red bags while the fourth man was around 19-years-old.

It has also been reported that one of the baseball caps was maroon in colour with the word ‘BRASIL’ in yellow writing on the front. Another cap was light grey.

DC Simon Paterson said: “This burglary happened in broad daylight and we are hoping that members of the public will remember seeing four men running along the road carrying bags. If you have any information or know who these men might be from the descriptions given please do the right thing and contact Surrey Police on 101 quoting reference 451400593855 or the independent charity Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.”

Police would also like to hear from anyone who has information about three other incidents yesterday in Bagshot. Someone entered a house in College Ride between 5.15am and 5.45pm but nothing was taken. Two houses in Elizabeth Avenue were also targeted during the day and a gold necklace and a gold ladies watch were taken.

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