Police investigating two burglaries in the Dover area have released computer-generated images of three suspects they want to talk to.
Officers were called to a burglary on Monday October 15 after a woman returned home in Sea View Drive, St Margaret’s Bay, at around 4.30pm and noticed a man hiding near her garage.
As she contacted the police, the offender left the scene, possibly in the direction of St Margaret’s Bay Road.
When the woman entered her home she noticed a quantity of cash, a purse and laptop equipment had been taken.
The suspect (above) is described as white, aged in his mid 30s, of stocky build with short brown curly hair and clean shaven. He was wearing a fluorescent vest with no sleeves, with a grey top underneath, blue jeans and green rubbery-looking garden gloves.
On Thursday November 18 police were called to The Street, Martin, Dover, were laptop equipment, a digital camera, a mobile phone, jewellery and cash were reported missing.
Two men were seen near the property at around 4pm and both are described as white, clean shaven and aged around 40 years old.
One, who was carrying a black bag, was of slim build, with thick wavy black hair.
The second man was described as being of slightly stockier build, bald on the top of his head with hair around the sides.
Police are looking into the possibility that the two incidents may be linked.
Anyone with information about the incidents or the identities of the men is asked to contact Det Con Lewis Tompsett by calling 101.
Or call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.
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