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Suspect banned from New Forest following arrest over alleged burglaries in Lymington, Brockenhurst and Lyndhurst





A WOMAN has been banned from the New Forest following her arrest in connection with a series of alleged business burglaries in the district.

Police officers from the priority crime team (PCT) detained the 35-year-old from Liss last Thursday on suspicion of seven raids on premises in the Lymington, Brockenhurst and Lyndhurst areas.

Two people were arrested in connections with separate burglary spates (picture: stock image)
Two people were arrested in connections with separate burglary spates (picture: stock image)

The incidents had all been reported in October.

The suspect was later bailed pending further enquiries on condition she does not enter the New Forest.

PCT officers also joined forces with the Forest’s neighbourhood policing, district policing and area crime teams to make another arrest last Thursday.

Officers are investigating the burglaries (picture: stock image)
Officers are investigating the burglaries (picture: stock image)

This was a 33-year-old Romsey woman, detained on Abbotswood Common Road in the early hours on suspicion of two burglaries in Brook and Romsey, and an attempted burglary in Fordingbridge.

She was later released on conditional bail pending further enquiries.



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