DRONES worth more than £20,000 have been stolen during two break-ins at a Bramley based business.

The two incidents took place five days apart, with the first happening around 9.20pm on November 12 and the most recent break-in being reported to have taken place at 10.10pm on Thursday, 16 November.

Thieves targeted the Build Your Own Drone unit, in Campbell Court, forcing entry via the main door and stealing a number of drones.

A witness told police they saw an Audi and a 4x4 Mitsubishi travelling in convoy in the direction of Bramley railway station shortly after the incident.

With a second witness saying they saw a larger saloon type white Audi, with four men inside, outside the unit.  One of the men was described as black, tall and wearing a silver hoody. 

The combined estimated value of property stolen from both incidents is more than £20,000.

Police staff investigator Karen Slade said: “I’m appealing for anyone with information about either of these incidents to come forward and speak to us. 

“The items stolen are worth a lot of money and extremely popular, especially with Christmas around the corner.  It is likely they’ll be offered for sale; if you are offered any items for sale that you think could be stolen, please contact us immediately.”

If anyone saw either incident or has any information they should contact Hampshire Constabulary on 101 quoting 44170447397.