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Vacationing homeowners in Waterloo Region hit by break and enters, police say | CBC News

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Waterloo regional police are investigating three separate break and enters that happened between March 1 and 10. Police said suspects broke into homes while the homeowners were away on vacation.

Police said the break-ins are separate incidents, and they are not investigating them as related occurrences

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Waterloo regional police are investigating three separate break and enters that happened between March 1 and 10 in Cambridge and Kitchener. (Aastha Shetty/ CBC)

Waterloo regional police are investigating three break and enters that happened in Kitchener and Cambridge over a period of 10 days that affected homeowners who were away on vacation.

The break-ins happened between March 1 and 10 in the areas of Erinbrook Drive and Tillsley Drive and  Aberdeen Road and Claremont Avenue in Kitchener, according to a news release issued Tuesday by the Waterloo Region Police Service. The third break and enter happened in the area of Burnett Avenue and Country Club Drive in Cambridge.

In all three cases suspects entered the homes by damaging glass doors and targeted items like jewellery and cash, police said.

The break-ins are separate incidents, and police are not investigating them as connected occurrences, they said.

Police encourage anyone who witnesses any suspicious behaviour to contact them immediately. Anyone with information regarding the three break and enters is asked to call police.

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