Three homes in Lincoln have been burgled over the weekend.
Thieves entered a property in Trollope Street through a ground floor window which had been left open and stole two laptops, two digital cameras, two purses containing cash, bank cards and ID cards and an I-pod.
The suspect was seen by one the occupants and is described as white male, scrawny, 5ft 3ins tall, late 20s/early 30s and had shaved blonde hair.
The owners of a property in Hermit Street also left a ground floor window open which allowed a thief to reach in and steal a glass dolphin ornament and a gold chain with a blue pendent.
A make-up bag and handbag containing keys, purse, bank cards and cash were also stolen from a home in St Andrews Street after thieves gained entry through an open window.
Lincolnshire Police are reminding residents not to leave downstairs windows open during the night or while they are upstairs for a length of time.
If you have any information on these crimes, please call the non-emergency number 101.