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Arboretum burglar foiled after homeowners see flashlight inside their ’empty’ property

A man has been arrested after police officers received a report of an alleged burglary in progress.

Officers and one of the forces police dogs were called after the homeowners found a man inside their address when they spotted a flashlight in the window when their home should have been empty.

Police attended an address in the Arboretum area of the city on Sunday 14 November at around 6.45 pm and found a man inside the property.

A 28-year-old man was arrested on suspicion of burglary dwelling and theft and remains in custody as enquires continue.

Detective Inspector Kayne Rukas, of Nottinghamshire Police, said: “Thanks to the very quick actions of our officers and the force’s dog unit, a man has now been arrested in relation to this incident.

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“We know that burglaries can have a devastating impact on victims including an emotional impact especially when it happens in people’s homes.

“Burglary is a breach of a person’s privacy in a place which many people consider their safe space and we will always work hard to track down suspects and help those who have been the victim of a burglary.

“But our investigation is continuing and we would ask anyone with any information, or anyone who witnessed the incident to get in touch with us on 101, quoting incident 680 of 14 November 2021.”

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