POLICE are looking for witnesses after a property in a village near Broadway was burgled for the second time in four weeks

The latest break-in happened at the property on Willersey Hill, Willersey, between 5pm on Tuesday, march 7, and 8.30am the next day.

Three outbuildings were broken into and a Polaris Ranger buggy was stolen, together with power tools including chainsaws, a leaf blower and a jet washer. The buggy was later found in a ditch in Cleeve Prior and the other items were also retrieved.

The property was previously targeted on Thursday, February 9, around 10.30pm when offenders got into the property and stole a safe and valuable jewellery.

A police spokesman said: "We particularly want to hear from anyone who may have seen any kind of suspicious behaviour, unknown vehicles or even drone activity in the area, perhaps on the bridle way towards Weston Park, on or around these specific dates."

Anyone with information is urged to call police on 101, quoting incident number 460 of February 9.

Gloucestershire Constabulary’s Neighbourhood Engagement Vehicle will be in Willersey on Tuesday, March 21, at the Bell Inn car park from 11.30am.

PCSO Paul Bowman will be talking to residents and offering safety advice and tips on how to protect properties from burglary.