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CCTV Clues Emerge Following Nottingham City Centre Burglary: Xbox and Google Pixel Phone Stolen

Nottinghamshire Police have recently unveiled vital information related to a burglary that occurred in August.

Authorities in Nottinghamshire have unveiled CCTV footage showcasing an individual they are eager to identify in connection with a burglary that transpired in Nottingham city center.

The victim, a 22-year-old resident, returned home after a day at work to discover that a burglar had unlawfully entered the premises and made off with an Xbox Series S, a Google Pixel 7 smartphone, and an external hard drive – all with an estimated value of approximately £860.

The victim resides in shared housing on Stoney Street, and it is believed that the burglary took place between 7:30 a.m. and 11:30 a.m. on Thursday, August 17. The intruder gained access through an unlocked door.

Detectives have pursued multiple investigative leads, including forensic analysis, and have conducted an extensive review of CCTV footage to locate the suspect. To further their investigation, they have now appealed to the public for assistance by releasing CCTV images of an individual who may hold crucial information.

Detective Constable Natalia Montano, leading the investigation, commented, “The stolen items held significant value for the victim, and we are committed to apprehending the responsible party. Burglary is a reprehensible act and represents a violation of an individual’s personal sanctuary. We treat every burglary report with utmost seriousness. Since August, we have diligently pursued various leads, and we are now sharing these CCTV images in the hope of advancing our inquiry.”

Montano continued, “We believe that the individual depicted in these images can provide valuable assistance to the police in our ongoing inquiries. If you recognize the person in the images or are the individual depicted, we urge you to contact us immediately.”

Individuals possessing information related to this incident can reach out to the police by dialing 101, citing incident number 0837 of August 17, 2023. Alternatively, anonymous tips can be provided to Crimestoppers at 0800 555 111.

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