THREE roads were targeted for burglaries across Reading on the same night.

The roads were targeted on November 7 in the early hours of the morning and a culprit is yet to be found.

Reading Road in Burghfield Common was targeted between 5.32am and 6.20am. A property was entered by the offender after a bi-fold door at the back of the building was smashed and a ‘messy search’ was carried out inside.

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A pairs of trainers and a TAGHAUR watch were stolen.

Between 4pm and 7.40am in Station Road, Mortimer, an outhouse was entered after an offender broke the lock and two hedge cutters were stolen.

Lastly, sometime between 10.15am and 10.30am, New Lane Hill in Tilehurst was targeted and a property was entered after the bolt on a front door was forced open. An unknown quantity of cash was stolen.

It is unknown if the burglaries are connected but Thames Valley Police are not treating them as the same offence. It is also unknown whether there was more than one offender involved in the thefts or if any equipment was used to gain entry to the properties.

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The force has urged anyone with information about the three burglaries to contact them.