On Friday June 20th, there were eight burglaries in the City, and officers are urging residents to keep valuable jewellery in safes or security boxes.
The burglaries, which are all being linked, were at:
* Lynton Road, New England, where a small amount of gold jewellery was taken.
* Cottesmore Close, Netherton, where nothing is believed to have been stolen.
* Ledbury Road, Netherton, where a 22ct gold ring and jewellery box were stolen.
* Meynell Walk, Netherton, where nothing is believed to have been stolen.
* Priory Road, West Town, where gold earrings, a ring, and a 42" flat screen TV were stolen.
* Eastern Avenue, Dogsthorpe, where 22ct gold jewellery was stolen and a flat screen TV.
* Sycamore Avenue, Dogsthorpe, where 22ct gold, a significant amount of cash, and a 42" LED TV were stolen.
* Sycamore Avenue, Dogsthorpe, where a TV is believed to have been stolen.
No-one was in when the properties were burgled and, in most, the intruders forced their way in and searched the homes.
Detective Sergeant Dave Taylor said: "We have increased patrols in the areas affected, and are working on several lines of inquiry.
"However, I would also urge residents to be vigilant and ensure their homes are secure. Where possible, I would urge people to keep high value items in a safe or security box."
Anyone with information should contact Det Sgt Taylor on 101 or Crimestoppers, anonymously, on 0800 555111.