Police responded to a burglary in progress on Wednesday (5th January). Officers from GMP Trafford South responded to reports of a burglary in progress on Brooklands road to assist officers from Wythenshawe police station
The suspect, named by police as Carl Leather of Conway road, Sale was arrested after he was seen jumping from a first floor window of the property in attempt to evade police officers.
Following a short foot pursuit through neighbouring gardens the suspect was eventually detained by officers and found to be in possession of jewellery taken from the property.
Mr Leather, who was previously jailed for 3 years for a burglary from an address in Sale in 2013 was remanded into custody to appear at Manchester magistrates today (06/01/2022) where he has been further remanded to Manchester Crown Court on 10/02/2022.
A brazen theif climbed through a bedroom window and stole the patio key all whilst the occupants were in the kitchen of the house on Irlam Rd in Flixton.
The theft, which happened around midnight on Tuesday evening into Wednesday morning (28th July) was discovered when a plank of wood used by the offender to climb into the window was spotted by the occupants.
The thief had let themselves out the patio door and taken the key with them.
It is not known how many people were involved in the theft.
Details of the incident were shared on the Urmston M41’ers Facebook page.
The locks have since been changed and a security camera system has been installed. The police are investigating the incident.
CCTV footage has been shared which allegedly shows thieves entering a garden of a house that was burgled near Woodheys Park in Sale in the afternoon of Monday 3rd May.
The burglary occurred at around 3.30pm in Kenmore Road and the CCTV footage from a neighbours house shows the two suspects, one wearing dark clothing and wearing a rucksack and the other dressed all in grey entering the garden.