Computer, jewellery and safe stolen in Welwyn Garden City burglary

PUBLISHED: 10:37 05 February 2019

Police would like to speak to these people as part of their enquiries into a burglary on Beehive Lane, Welwyn Garden City. Picture: supplied by Herts Police

Police would like to speak to these people as part of their enquiries into a burglary on Beehive Lane, Welwyn Garden City. Picture: supplied by Herts Police

supplied by Herts Police

Police have released CCTV images of people they would like to speak to after numerous items of tech, jewellery and keys were stolen from a Welwyn Garden City property.

Police would like to speak to this person as part of their enquiries into a burglary on Beehive Lane, Welwyn Garden City. Picture: supplied by Herts PolicePolice would like to speak to this person as part of their enquiries into a burglary on Beehive Lane, Welwyn Garden City. Picture: supplied by Herts Police

Between 9am and 6.50pm on Wednesday, December 19, at least one offender smashed the glass window of a patio door to get into a property in Beehive Lane.

Before leaving via the rear of the property, the offender(s) took the following:

• A pair of black and orange house keys

• A pair of car keys

Police would like to speak to this person as part of their enquiries into a burglary on Beehive Lane, Welwyn Garden City. Picture: supplied by Herts PolicePolice would like to speak to this person as part of their enquiries into a burglary on Beehive Lane, Welwyn Garden City. Picture: supplied by Herts Police

• A black and silver Dell computer, 27inch screen

• Another Dell computer, 22 or 24inch screen

• A Synology NAS server

• Two WD Red discs

• A gold Samsung Galaxy tablet

• An Ipod Nano (white or silver coloured)

• A Yale safe containing documents and passports

• A pearl necklace in a white (possibly Bramington) case

• A silver charm/chain bracelet with 30 or 40 small city crest charms in a wooden box

• A Canon camera with a zoom lens (possibly model 60D)

Detective constable Tracey Griffin, who is investigating, said: “It’s believed that those pictured were in the area at the time and could have vital information that will assist the investigation.

“If you recognise them please get in touch.

“Similarly, I would like to hear from anyone who might have seen suspicious activity in the area at the time, as well anyone who might have other information about what happened.

“If you believe you’ve been offered the items for sale, I’d urge you to also get in contact.

“If you can help, please call 101 or email me at tracey.griffin@herts.pnn.police.uk, quoting crime reference 41/67571/18.”

You can also report information online at www.herts.police.uk/Report.

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