CCTV: Men wanted in connection with Wath burglaries

By Adele Forrest | 05/02/2018

CCTV: Men wanted in connection with Wath burglaries
The burglary suspect on Golden Smithies Lane

DETECTIVES investigating three burglaries which occurred within a week have released CCTV images of men they want to trace in connection.

The first burglary occurred on Tuesday, January 23 in Burman Road, Wath, between 3.15pm and 4pm. Police released the below CCTV footage of the suspect.

The burglar broke in via a rear window and stole numerous items including a bank card which was used at a nearby cash machine.

Three days later on Friday, January 26, a property in Golden Smithies Lane, Wath, was broken into between 11.45am and noon and cash was stolen.

Homeowners were not at home during the burglaries. The below image is of the man police want to trace in connection.

A third burglary occurred on Monday, January 29 between 10.20am and 10.30am.

A South Yorkshire Police spokeswoman said a man had forced entry to a property in Cresswell Road, Wath, while the elderly occupants were home. 

“The man then fled the scene upon realising someone was home.” she said. 

The man pictured (above) is being hunted by police.

She added: “At this time officers are investigating the burglaries as separate incidents.”

Call 101 quoting the relevant incident number for each burglary – 657 of January 23, 385 of January 26 and 271 of January 29.

Or pass information onto Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

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