Three teenagers arrested following Warsash burglary

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THREE teenagers have been arrested following a burglary where property worth thousands of pounds was stolen.

The break-in happened in Warsash Road, Warsash, while homeowners were on holiday.

Getting in to the house through a small bathroom window, the suspects found a set of keys and opened the garden patio doors from the inside.

They then searched the home and stole more than a dozen items including a silver necklace, five bottles of wine and a gold pocket watch on a chain.

The burglary took place between Sunday, August 7 and Sunday, August 14, and the suspects arrested are a 14-year-old boy from Fareham, a 14-year-old boy from Locks Heath and a 17-year-old boy from Sarisbury Green.

They have all been bailed until September 26.

PC Emily Gregg said: ‘This is a high-value burglary where some stolen items have been returned.

‘However there are other items still outstanding of high value, especially the £6,000 rose gold pocket watch.’

She added: ‘We are appealing to anyone who knows where any of these items are – and to anyone who can provide any additional information regarding the burglary.’

Anyone with information should contact Fareham police station on 101 or Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.