We are appealing for information after a burglary at a caravan which occurred on the 4 July at Prominade Caravan Site, Roman Bank in Ingoldmells.
The offender, who reached in via a smashed window, was disturbed by the caravan occupants at around 3am.
A black handbag was taken containing money and keys.
Described as being of skinny build and aged in his 20s, the intruder was believed to be wearing a dark baseball cap and dark clothing.
If you have any information to help us with this investigation, please email Rebe[email protected] with incident reference 34 of 4 July.
Last month we launched our Beating Burglary Together campaign which set out our commitment to raise awareness of where incidents are happening and to provide crime prevention and security advice. The issue of burglaries of caravans is a specific target for this campaign.
Not leaving things on show, like jewellery, cash and bank cards, and keeping windows and doors locked helps to reduce the risk of opportunist crime.
The burglary campaign runs alongside our Summertime Policing Plan which sets out our high visibility engagement, and our work with caravan park owners under Operation Songlark.