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Burglars Steal Christmas Presents and Car in Louth Lodge Break-In

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Family staying in Louth near Grimsby and Skegness Had Their Christmas Destroyed

Police arrested a 35-year-old man and 39-year-old woman following the incident at Kenwick Park


The joy of Christmas turned into a nightmare for a family staying at Kenwick Park near Louth. On Christmas Eve, their lodge was broken into, and burglars made off with their car, which happened to contain all of their cherished Christmas presents.

However, the swift response from Lincolnshire Police led to the arrest of two suspects and the recovery of the stolen car and gifts, just in time for Christmas Day.

On the fateful night of December 24, two individuals managed to gain unauthorized access to the family’s lodge at Kenwick Park near Louth.

They cunningly stole the car keys before making a hasty exit with the vehicle, unwittingly taking away the family’s hopes for a joyous Christmas celebration. The unfortunate incident left the family devastated and fearful of the unknown.

Promptly notified about the burglary, Lincolnshire Police sprang into action. Their officers swiftly acted upon the distress call and were able to spot the stolen car on the A46, north of Lincoln, within a mere 15 minutes.

The suspects, however, attempted to evade capture by stopping the car near a field.

As the police closed in, a 35-year-old man fled from the stolen vehicle in a desperate attempt to escape justice.

However, the tenacity of one of Lincolnshire Police’s highly trained police dogs, Bane, proved instrumental in tracking down the suspect.

The man was subsequently apprehended and taken into custody on suspicion of burglary and various traffic offenses. Additionally, a 39-year-old woman found inside the vehicle was also arrested on suspicion of burglary.

While the family anxiously awaited news of their stolen car and Christmas presents, Lincolnshire Police dedicated their efforts to locating and returning the stolen items.

Thanks to the diligent work of one of their officers, the Christmas presents were successfully recovered and promptly returned to the family. This heartwarming turn of events allowed the family to salvage their Christmas and find solace in the kindness and efficiency of the police force.

Following the arrest of the suspects, both the 35-year-old man and the 39-year-old woman were released on police bail, with strict conditions prohibiting them from entering Lincolnshire.


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