Police have raided a home in Accrington as part of a countywide burglary crackdown.
A warrant was executed at the house in Little Street, Accrington on Friday, November 29.
The action comes as part of Operation Julius, a countywide campaign to tackle burglary.
Detective Inspector Simon Upton said: “This activity is part of our on-going commitment to tackling those we suspect to be involved in burglary and the trading of stolen goods.
“We typically see a rise in burglaries at this time of year due to the darker nights and people buying expensive Christmas gifts. We have also recently seen an increase in empty premises being targeted for scrap metal, copper, radiators and boilers, as well as coping stone.
“We want to reassure the public that we are taking action against those responsible for this despicable type of crime that instils fear in victims and we will continue to pursue burglars and bring them to justice.
“My advice is to remain vigilant and report anything suspicious to police. Also, if you own any empty premises, ensure you visit them regularly and secure doors any windows.”
Officers have also been conducting roadside checks throughout Rishton due to a recent increase in empty premises being targeted for scrap metal and boilers as well as coping stones and stone flags.
Anyone with information about burglaries should contact the police on 101 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.