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By Brendan Rees

Casey Crime Investigation Unit is appealing for witnesses following an aggravated burglary in Warrington Close, Narre Warren.
About 1am on Tuesday 3 October, police allege several offenders entered a house while a 46 year-old female was home, and got away with computers and phones valued at about $2000.
Detective Senior Constable Mark Wiederhold said offenders entered the property through a side gate and unlocked back door.
“They’ve fled west on Warrington Close. We believe about five persons were involved from information received from the victim,” he said.
“Obviously, she was traumatised by the event. We are looking for any witnesses or information,” Detective Sen Const Wiederhold said.
Anyone with information is asked to contact Casey CIU on 9705 3111.

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