POLICE are asking the public to be aware of possible points of entry that could be used by criminal elements at their residential or place of business.
This follows the increase in burglary cases recorded in the last two days.
Police spokeswoman Ana Naisoro confirmed four burglary cases were recorded within 24 hours throughout the divisions.
"From all the reported burglary cases, the common occurrence is the theft of electronic items such as laptops and smart phones," Ms Naisoro said.
In the first case, a foreign national was robbed off items worth close to $3000 at a hotel in the Central Division.
Police believe entry was gained through the room window.
In the second incident, a man is now in custody for allegedly stealing items worth close to $2700 from a home in Toorak.
Police believe the incident occurred on Monday between midnight and 4am.
Two incidents recorded in the Southern Division were of a 43-year-old accounts clerk of Valelevu who had items to the total value of $1750 stolen from his home, and a 30-year-old mechanic of Tamavua who had items worth up to $2390 stolen from his home.