UPDATE: Victim’s hands tied in Boston burglary – cash and jewellery stolen

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Police have confirmed more details of a burglary which took place last week in which a Boston woman had her hands tied and cash and jewellery stolen.

A police spokesman confirmed the incident had taken place at about 9.30am last Wednesday and that the cash and jewellery, including a silver charm bracelet, were stolen.

They said the 48-year-old victim had her hands tied with cable ties and that the two offenders were described as white males with dark hair and dark clothing.

Anyone with information is asked to contact Det Con Remy Simon on the non-emergency 101 number.

See below for further details.

Wednesday, 5.32pm - A woman had her hands tied during a burglary at her home in Boston, it has today been revealed.

Police said two offenders stole an amount of cash and jewellery from the property in Spilsby Road.

A spokesman said the victim was ‘shaken’ but otherwise unhurt.

“This is a very unusual offence to happen in Boston and I don’t want people to be alarmed,” the spokesman added.

The incident took place on the morning of Wednesday, April 10, but police say they have not released details sooner due to ‘operational reasons’.

Anyone with information is asked to contact Det Con Remy Simon on the non-emergency 101 number.