A man has been charged with a burglary in Horsham and two men have been arrested in connection with one in Pulborough as part of Sussex Police’s Operation Magpie.
The initiative was launched earlier this year to tackle burglary across Sussex.
Among the successes for the team is the charging of Nathan Clegg-Hill, 20, with a burglary in Durfold Road, Horsham, August 19.
Clegg-Hill, of Broadwood Rise, Crawley, was remanded in custody to appear at Lewes Crown Court on September 22.
Police have also arrested two men aged 21 and 24 for a burglary in Strawberry Fields, Pulborough, on September 1. Both men were released on bail until September 22.
If you have any information about burglaries, call 101 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. For crime prevention advice visit www.sussex.police.uk.
If you see or hear a burglary taking place call 999 immediately.
Residents can also being encouraged to register their items on the world’s largest property database so that if they are stolen, they can be reunited with the owners - and so the offenders can be prosecuted.
You can register your property in just a few minutes by visiting www.immobilise.com.