Two burglaries on the same day in St Albans

PUBLISHED: 13:00 19 January 2018 | UPDATED: 13:05 19 January 2018

Sovereign Park, St Albans. Photo: Google.

Sovereign Park, St Albans. Photo: Google.

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A series of burglaries across St Albans has continued into the New Year after two homes were broken into on the same day.

Police received reports of a burglary on Sovereign Park in St Albans between 5.44pm and 18.28 pm on Wednesday, January 17.

Four to five criminals are believed to have entered into the propery by smashing a conservatory door window.

They did not take anything, and left the way they came in.

On the same day, a police helicopter and specially-trained dog helped search for a man who broke into a Bernard Street address.

This comes after a series of break-ins across St Albans, stretching back to before Christmas.

Anyone with any information on the Sovereign Park burglary should call police on 101 and quote reference number F3/18/133.

Anyone with information on the Bernard Street burglary should call 101 and quote reference number F1/18/277.

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