Police have arrested a suspect in connection with multiple burglaries in Gedling.
The arrest comes after a number of reported house burglaries which happened between November 18 and December 6.
Stolen items included bicycles, laptops and a wallet.
Following enquiries a 46-year-old man was arrested on Thursday (December 9) on suspicion of eight burglaries and 12 offences of fraud by false representation.
Detective Inspector Mike Ebbins, from Nottinghamshire Police, said: “Burglary is an awful invasive crime that can make people feel unsafe in their own homes. That’s why the force takes it so seriously and invests so much time into tracking down offenders and working hard to prevent these sort of upsetting crimes from happening in the first place.
Nottinghamshire Police has two proactive burglary teams which are committed to tackling this type of crime as well as supporting victims.
They say their ongoing work has contributed towards a 38-per-cent drop in house burglaries across Nottinghamshire compared to two years ago, with crime already going down before Covid.
Nottinghamshire Police also recently appointed a specialist burglary reduction officer to help prevent offences from happening.
For more advice on burglary prevention visit https://www.nottinghamshire.police.uk/document/advice-home