Nenagh gardai are investigating two burglaries in the area over the past week.
The first happned at Ballygraigue estate, Nenagh, on the afternoon of Wednesday, September 3, when the culprits entered a house through the front door. They ransacked the house and stole jewellery and a sports trophy with a total vaue of E50.
In the second incident, a house was broken into and ransacked at Bushfield, Carrigatoher, on the afternoon of Saturday, September 6. Nothing was taken.
Meanwhile, Tipperary has been named as the most dangerous county outside of Dublin for road deaths. Garda figures show 13 people died on Tipp roads in 2013, compared to 16 in Dublin.
There have been four fatalities each in Clonmel and Nenagh; two each in Thurles and Tipperary Town and one in the Cahir Garda district.
The number of deaths in the county this year has already surpassed the total for last year when 12 people were killed. The South East region figure stands at 25 deaths.