Police appeal for housebreaking in Bearsden

 

Glasgow Eyes Magazine 

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HOUSEBREAKING – BEARSDEN

Police are appealing for information after an Audi A5 car and personal items were stolen during a housebreaking in Bearsden on Saturday 29 September 2018.

Between 0030 and 0700 hours on the Saturday morning, a house in Colquhoun Drive, Bearsden, was broken into and items, including two Omega Dynamic watches, an Ipad, and the keys to one of two Audi A5 cars in the driveway were stolen.

There are no descriptions of the suspects.

Detective Constable Chris Stewart, Community Investigation Unit, Govan, Glasgow, said:

“Thankfully the householders, a 70 year old man and a 66 year old woman, were not injured and didn’t confront the thieves as they didn’t hear them and only discovered that someone had been in the house on getting up in the morning.

“Although jewellery and personal items were taken from the house, I believe the main targets were the cars in the driveway, one of which, the silver Audi A5, they managed to get away with.

“At the moment we do not have description of the housebreaker(s) who we believe arrived in a car and at least one person broke into the house.

“Officers have been carrying out extensive enquiries in the area since it happened, especially in the Clydebank, Faifley and in the north of the city where we believe the car was after it was stolen, however, so far we have not traced it. We would therefore ask people to contact us if they have seen a car like this turn up in their area. Maybe it is accident damaged or has not been seen there other than in the last few days.

“If you have any information that will assist our enquiry, then please contact the Community Investigations Unit at Govan via 101 quoting reference number 1037 of the 29 September 2018.

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