Burglaries committed in Diss and Roydon are being linked by police as they appeal for witnesses.
The first incident happened overnight on Thursday, August 7, when an unknown number of suspects entered a property in William Brown Way, Roydon, through a back door which had mistakenly been left unlocked.
They had searched through cupboards in the kitchen, dining room and living room, stealing a leather wallet containing £70 in cash and a pair of sunglasses.
Between 1am and 8.20am on Friday, August 8, a property on Basham Street was entered through an insecure front door.
A search of the living room was made and a number of items were stolen, including a handbag which contained documents, cards, keys and a purse with about £5 in cash. A silver Pandora bracelet with 13 charms was also taken.
Officers are urging residents to be vigilant and anyone with information about either incident should contact Lee Hall at Thetford CID on 101 or call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.