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THORNGUMBALD: Burglary Apoeal

Alert message sent 25/03/2019 14:18:00

Information sent on behalf of Humberside Police

A burglary has been reported in your neighbourhood


Do you know who this man is shown on a doorbell CCTV camera? This is the only image we have of a suspect we want to find connection with a burglary at a house in Thorngumbald in the early hours of Sunday 17 March.

He’s wearing a light coloured hat, a bandana around his face, a light coloured Fred Perry jacket and what looks like a small bag slung over his shoulder. Only his eyes are visible. 

The burglary took place on Fieldside Close. A number of items were stolen including two bicycles - a blue Indigo Cascadia with white pedal arms, and a Cube Analog mountain bike with the serial number WOW52815ACCP. 

An iPad, a Ted Baker purse, and car and house keys were taken. No vehicles were stolen even though a van was unlocked and a drill was taken which was later recovered.

We think this suspect could have been working with another person on the night. Do you have any information? Quote reference 16/37076/19. 

Visit our Website for burglary prevention advice and register your property with Immobilise here.
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Darren Bainton (Police,PCSO,Mid Holderness )
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