THREE separate burglaries took place in three different areas of Salisbury.

Police are urging witnesses to contact the police following the incidents.

All three burglaries are all believed to have occurred on Wednesday, November 20 between 2.30pm and 6.50pm.

Between 2.30pm and 5.20pm, a house in St Teresa’s Close, Bishopdown, was broken into.

A rear patio door was smashed and jewellery worth approximately £700 was stolen.

Anyone who may have been in St Teresa’s Close or the surrounding area of Bishopdown Farm between these times, or saw anyone suspicious or any vehicles which appeared to be in the area under unusual circumstances, call 101 and quote crime number 54190115438.

A house in Ravenscroft, Harnham, was broken into between 6pm and 6.50pm.

A rear door was forced open and searches of drawers around the house were carried out.

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Thirdly, a house in Greenwood Avenue, Laverstock, was broken into between 5.30pm and 6.30pm.

A back door was smashed although it is not believed anything was stolen.

Police are keen to hear from anyone who was in the area of Greenwood Avenue, Riverbourne Road, Whitebridge Road or Becket Way between these times.

Call 101 and quote crime reference number 54190115438.

Det Con Brewster added: "These incidents have all understandably caused a lot of upset to the victims and I would urge anyone who thinks they may be able to help, including anyone who could have been driving in the areas with dash cams fitted to their vehicles, to get in touch.

"You may have unknowingly captured footage of the suspects.

"We are keeping an open mind as to whether these incidents are linked.”

It comes after another house, in Becket Way in Laverstock, was ransacked between 8am on November 20 and 8am on November 21 with unknown suspects gaining access via the living room windows by forcing them open.

An untidy search of the house was carried out and it is believed the thieves were deliberately looking for small, valuable, items such as jewellery.

On Monday, November 18, glass patio doors were smashed and passports were stolen in two more burglaries in Salisbury, which police believe are linked.

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At around 10.45am, a house in Castle Road was broken into by two men.

Glass patio doors were smashed and jewellery was stolen from inside the address.

In a separate incident on the same day, a burglary took place in Earls Court Road, Amesbury between 8am and 3.30pm.

A window was smashed at the back of the address and jewellery, cash, credit cards and passports were stolen from inside.

It is believed the offenders were both white.

One is described as around 30, 6ft 2, and of slim build.

He was wearing a grey sweatshirt and blue jogging bottoms.

The second man is believed to have been wearing a boiler suit and they left the scene in a white Ford Transit.

PC Harry Murphy said: "We’d like to hear from anyone who was in the Becket Way area of the city and saw anything suspicious, as well as any drivers who were in the area whose vehicles were equipped with dash cams that may have captured the person, or persons, responsible."

Police say they are in the early stages of their investigations and do not know if all of these incidents are linked.

If you have information, please call 101 and quote crime reference number 54190115600.

Alternatively, call Crimestoppers anonymously, on 0800 555 111.