Burglars strike FIVE times in 24 hours across Sheffield suburb

Mauncer Crescent, Sheffield. Picture: Google
Mauncer Crescent, Sheffield. Picture: Google

Burglars struck FIVE times within 24 hours across a Sheffield suburb.

All of the break-ins happened in the south eastern part of the city between the early hours of Saturday morning and the early hours of this morning.

A conservatory door was forced open at a home in Retford Road, Handsworth.

Raiders broke a back door to get into at a property in Mauncer Crescent, Woodhouse, last night at 10.35pm.

Police are hunting two male suspects, one of which was on a cycle bike, who forced open a window to get into a home in Gleadless Drive, Gleadless, at just after 3am yesterday.

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A window was smashed to gain entry to a property in Dundas Road, Tinsley.

Officers from the Sheffield South East Neighbourhood Policing Team are investigating.

However, they have not revealed what was stolen, if anything, from any of the reported crimes.

In addition to the dwelling burglaries above, thieves also stole a black Vivaro vehicle from outside a property in Aylward Road, Manor Top, in the early hours of yesterday.

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Contact police with information on 101.