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Man arrested after string of burglaries in Amber Valley

todayJune 21, 2022 2

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A man has been arrested after several burglaries were reported in the Amber Valley area over a 24-hour period.

The first burglary happened in the early hours of 6 June at a home in Main Road, Ripley, where mobile phones, a purse containing cash and bank cards, a kindle fire and fishing tackle were reported stolen.

At around 5am that day a burglar in Pentrich, attempted to gain entry to a house and car in Main Road, before stealing a bottle of milk from outside the property.

A short time later at around 5.30am bank cards, mobile phones and a Nintendo Switch rucksack were taken from another house in Main Road. The bank cards were later used for transactions in Somercotes and Selston. 

A further two burglaries were reported in Main Road on 6 and 7 June, one in which a coat and a Swiss army knife were stolen and another where a wheelbarrow was loaded with lead before being taken.

A 41-year-old man from the South Normanton area has now been arrested in connection with the incidents. He was released on Saturday (18 June) on police bail while enquiries continue. 

Written by: NDR NEWS

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