Officers are investigating a series of burglaries which have taken place across Farnborough and Aldershot in recent days.
Homes in Fairfax Road, Sandy Lane, Rye Close, Prince Charles Crescent, Aldwick Close and Moore Drive were targeted between Friday 29 October and Monday 8 November.
A number of items were taken during the break-ins, including jewellery, gold and cash.
Specific details of each incident are as follows:
Between 8pm and 9pm on Friday 29 October, entry was gained to a property on Fairfax Road, Farnborough, by smashing the rear glass patio door. Gold, money and sunglasses were taken.
Between 6pm and 8.30pm on Friday 29 October, entry was gained to a property on Sandy Lane, Farnborough, by unknown means. A number of items, including gold and money, were taken.
Between late afternoon on Saturday 6 November and 2.30pm on Sunday 7 November, entry was gained to a property on Rye Close, Farnborough, by smashing the rear glass patio door. No items were taken.
Between 12pm and 6pm on Saturday 6 November, entry was gained to a property on Princes Charles Crescent, Farnborough, by forcing the rear door open. A number of items, including gold, were taken.
Between 2.30pm and 4.30pm on Monday 8 November, entry was gained to a property on Aldwick Close, Farnborough. Jewellery and cash were taken. Method of entry is unknown at this time.
Between 6pm and 10.30pm on Tuesday 9 November, entry was gained to a property on Moore Drive, Aldershot, by smashing the back door. Gold was taken from inside the property.
Police have completed enquiries in the surrounding area, but officers are now asking anyone who was in the areas at the times mentioned above, to check if they have any dash-cam footage or CCTV images that could help the investigation.
Officers are also offering crime prevention advice for anyone in the local area:
Consider keeping gold and jewellery in a safety deposit box. This can be in a bank.
If you prefer to keep the items at home, then invest in a good quality safe, which is secured to a brick wall or floor.
Store gold and jewellery in different locations in the house, but ensure that they are all in secure, protected areas.
Consider purchasing CCTV cameras that cover your property.
Register your property for free at immobilise.com
Photograph each piece of valuable gold or jewellery against a plain background with a ruler alongside it.
Also, keep a written description for each item.
If you have any information please call 101 using the reference 44210434647. Alternatively, you can call Crimestoppers 100% anonymously on 0800 555 111.