Police are appealing for information following a series of break-ins across West Lothian.
Three incidents were reported on Monday, December 11, with two occurring in Livingston and one in Blackburn.
Police said enquiries are ongoing but are treating the incidents as “linked”.
Officers are working to identify three men linked to the three incidents.
One is described as being roughly 18 to 25 years old, 6ft 1in tall with light coloured eyes.
Police said he was seen wearing dark clothing and spoke with a local accent.
Another is described as also being roughly 18 to 25, 6ft tall with light coloured eyes who was wearing dark clothing and spoke with a local accent.
Officers are also to keep to speak to anyone who may have seen a white hatchback style car in the area of any of the incidents.
The first incident happened at Foxknowe Place in Livingston sometime between 3.50pm and approximately 4.50pm.
Detectives said that entry was forced to the property and personal items stolen from it as well as furniture throughout the home being damaged.
The second incident happened at a property on Lochbank around 5.30pm where entry was forced to a property by two men.
They later left the property after being challenged by the occupant and nothing was stolen.
The third incident happened at a property on Pinewood Place in Blackburn around 7.30pm also on Monday.
Detective sergeant Keith Sinclair, of Livingston Police Station, said: “Our enquiries are ongoing and while we will keep an open mind, we are treating them as linked.
“We would be keen to speak to anyone who may have information or who believes they have seen anything at any of the three addresses.
“We would also be keen to speak to anyone who may have dashcam or private CCTV footage from any of the areas.
“Please call 101, quoting incident 2472 of 11 December with any information, or you can call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.”
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