Burglars ransack woman's home and take Batman print, bicycle wall clock, glass boat and 80 bottles of perfume

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A vulnerable woman was the victim of a major burglary in Bristol. The woman's flat in Easton was broken into and ransacked between 10am and 8.30pm on Monday, May 20, with a number of particularly distinctive items being stolen.

The items included a metal wall clock in the shape of a bike, a Batman and Robin print, a glass boat measuring roughly 12 inches long. A metal Jack Daniel's sign was also taken, along with 80 bottles of perfume and wooden boxes of costume jewellery.

The thieves also stole medication, tinned food and laundry products from the property. A large red rucksack was also taken and officers believe it was used to remove the items.

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The victim was offered security advice from officers following the theft. Police are now appealing for anyone who sees the items to come forward.

In a statement released today, Avon and Somerset Police said: "If you have seen any of these items offered for sale in suspicious circumstances, or have any other information which could help the investigation, we’d like to hear from you."

You can call 101 quoting the reference number 5224130222 if you have any information on the burglary or stolen items.

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