CCTV appeal following burglaries in Bournemouth

Alert message sent 05/10/2020 11:07:00

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Detectives investigating a series of burglaries in the Talbot Woods area of Bournemouth are renewing their appeal for witnesses or anyone with information to come forward – with CCTV images being released.

 A number of break-ins were reported to have occurred at addresses on Dulsie Road, Alyth Road, Roslin Road South and Keith Road between Wednesday 16 September and Tuesday 29 September 2020.

 Some of the stolen items include cash, jewellery and watches. 

 Detective Sergeant Karen Penn, of Dorset Police’s Priority Crime Team, said: “Following my previous appeal I am now in a position to issue two CCTV images of a man I would like to speak with in relation to my investigation.

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“I urge anyone who knows who this man might be to please contact police.

“Also, I would like to ask anyone who has home CCTV to please check their cameras specifically between 11am and 5pm on Monday 21 September 2020 for any additional footage of the man pictured. The same appeal goes to anyone who has dashcam fitted and may have driving in the area at the time.

“I believe a silver learner driver car passed the man pictured on Dulsie Road and I am very keen to find out whether the occupant of this vehicle has any information that could assist my investigation.”

Anyone with information is asked to contact Dorset Police at, via email or by calling 101, quoting occurrence number 55200143076. Alternatively, to stay 100 per cent anonymous, contact the independent charity Crimestoppers online at or call Freephone 0800 555 111. 
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Julie Heath (Dorset Police, Neighbourhood Alert Officer, Dorset)

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