BURGLARS targetting an affluent town have struck four times in as many days, twice entering properties on a multi-million pound road through balconies.

At some point between 4pm on November 23 and 6.45am the next day, a metal gate was scaled, a shed door damaged and a lock snapped on Ridgemount Road in Sunningdale, allowing offenders to make off with a Honda lawnmower.

Over in Shrubbs Hill Lane between 11am on November 24 and 8.30pm on November 26, burglars found a ladder stored behind a garage and climbed up onto the upstairs balcony of a house's master bedroom.

From there they broke through a small window into an ensuite bathroom and searched the adjacent room, scarpering with a valuable ring.

Sometime in a four hour period from 5.30pm on November 25, a different property on the same road was entered via an unlocked side gate.

Again the burglars climbed onto a balcony, this time smashing through a bedroom patio window to steal jewellery and sunglasses.

Shrubbs Hill Lane has some of the most expensive house prices in the area, with homes changing hands for as much as £3.25m.

And between 7pm on November 26 and 8am on November 27, a car on Whitmore Lane was entered by unknown means and the golf clubs inside taken.

If you can help police find the culprits, call 101.