POLICE have ramped up their efforts this week after more homes and a vehicle were broken into.
Two homes in Beelbangera were targeted during the day on Wednesday, although one of the houses was left unlocked.
The 41-year-old victim reported he was unsure which items had been stolen, though some jewellery was missing.
About $1000 worth of jewellery, entertainment equipment and electrical items was stolen from another farmhouse after the rear door was forced open.
Forensic analysis will be conducted and Griffith Police Inspector Stuart Gair has asked anyone who may have seen anyone suspicious on Annies Lane or McPherson Road to report the information to Griffith Police on 6969 4299 or Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.
Meanwhile, a Yambil Street unit was broken into sometime between Sunday and Wednesday.
The female occupant found her garage door had been forced open and an internal door into the home accessed.
The scene was canvassed for fingerprints.
Also this week, a 30-year-old man from East Griffith reported his car was broken into overnight on Wednesday. A UHF radio, DVD player and wallet were stolen from the car.
Then in the early hours of Wednesday, the front window of a North Griffith home was smashed, causing $200 worth of damage.
The incident was reported by a neighbour.
Inspector Gair asked anyone with information on any of these crimes to report it to police.
"People need to be very vigilant about their home security and make sure their houses are locked," Inspector Gair said.
"Police will be targeting these offenders."