Baby pictures lost as raiders target several properties in Duffield, Belper and West hallam
BURGLARIES across the county in Duffield, Belper and West Hallam have left homeowners counting the cost.
In one incident, burglars stole a digital camera containing sentimental baby pictures from a house in West Hallam.
Police say the break-in happened between 11.15am and 6.10pm, on Tuesday, November 13, at a house in High Lane Central.
Also stolen was a games console, laptop computers, golfing equipment, a Blackberry mobile phone and watches.
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In particular, a black Panasonic Lumix digital camera and memory card was stolen which contained images of the householder's recently-born baby boy.
Meanwhile, residents in Belper and Duffield are urged to be vigilant following a spate of burglaries.
Since the start of November, police have received 11 reports in the area.
The most recent happened between 6pm and 11.30pm on Sunday, November 11, when a house in Cherry Tree Avenue was broken into and a laptop and jewellery were stolen.
Anyone with information on any incident is asked to call Derbyshire police on 101.