Police warning after spate of thefts from vans across Norfolk

PUBLISHED: 12:09 30 July 2014 | UPDATED: 12:09 30 July 2014

Picture: Ian Burt

Picture: Ian Burt

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Police are warning van drivers to be on their guard after a string of thefts across Norfolk.

There have been a number of incidents recently where work equipment, catalytic converters and tools have been stolen from vans.

Officers are urging anyone who uses a work van to keep their vehicles secure at all times and not to leave anything in them overnight.

Chief Superintendent Nick Davison said: “We are aware of a series of thefts from vans across the county at the moment and we are working hard to try and identify and catch those responsible.

“It is really important that anyone who uses a van for work to make life difficult for thieves and take appropriate security measures.

“I would also urge anyone who sees any suspicious activity to report it to police on 101 or call us on 999 if you believe a crime is in progress.”

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