A FAMILY feel they are being targeted after two burglaries at their home in little more than a month.

Sam Lee, 31, said his parents were frightened after the latest raid at their house in Parker Leighton Way, Morda on Monday afternoon.

There was also a break-in at the house in late September.

"It's a bit difficult, someone coming to break into your home twice within two months," he said.

"It's a bit shocking as well because we have increased the security level but someone still tried their luck."

Mr Lee said that sometime around 4pm on Monday, someone came through the back garden door and broke into a cloakroom at the rear of the house.

He added they were unsure if anything had been taken.

Cash and valuables including a wallet were stolen in a similar incident someone between 5-6pm one day in the last week of September.

Mr Lee said it seemed as if they had been targeted because of the times the break-ins happened and the short period between them.

"It's quite a nice area and it's never happened before, so we just think we could have been targeted."

Neighbour Mark Porter, 54, suggested that a CCTV camera to be installed nearby.

West Mercia Police has appealed for dashcam and CCTV footage of an incident on Parker Leighton Way, Morda at around 4.30pm yesterday (Monday, November 5).

On the OsCops Twitter page, the team posted: "Burglary just occurred Parker Leighton Way, Morda within the last 10 mins. Black Audi S3 involved.

"Vehicle involved in burglary left the scene towards the Morda/A483 junction at speed.

"We're appealing for any CCTV/dash cam footage."