Police warning to drivers following spate of vehicle crimes in Beccles and Worlingham
PUBLISHED: 16:30 28 August 2014 | UPDATED: 16:30 28 August 2014
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Police are appealing for information following a spate of vehicle crimes in Beccles and Worlingham.
The first incident happened overnight on Sunday and Monday when a Toyota Corina was entered in Bluebell Way in Worlingham, and a head torch and loose change was stolen.
The same night in Stobart Close in Beccles, a Jaguar and a Nissan parked on a drive were entered and two satellite navigation systems and around 30 CDs were stolen. A Mercedes was also entered and searched - although it appears that nothing was taken - and eight cans of drink were stolen from the boot of a Vauxhall Astra. Dog biscuits and CDs were stolen from a Volkswagen Touran - both of which were found nearby - and a wallet containing cash was stolen from a Renault Clio in Queen Elizabeth Drive in Beccles.
Then at around 12.45pm on Monday a Renault Clio was entered and searched in Bramley Rise, Beccles, although nothing was taken.
Prior to the incidents four hub caps were taken from a Volkswagen Golf in Ingate, Beccles, overnight on August 18 and 19, and four ‘ST’ wheel badges were taken from a Ford Focus in Kempton Cross, Worlingham, overnight on August 16 and 17.
Officers are reminding drivers not to leave valuables in vehicles, and to ensure that unattended vehicles are left locked and secured.
Anyone with information about the incidents is asked to call PC Shane Mingay at Halesworth Police Station on 101 quoting reference BE/14/1045, or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.