Police urge motorists to keep cars locked after thefts

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After a spate of thefts from cars in north Norfolk over the weekend, police are warning motorists to keep them secure and locked.

There were several cars targeted and the thefts happened between 6pm on November 14 and 7.30am on November 16.

The following thefts have been reported:

CD's were stolen from a blue hatchback style car on The Avenue, Sheringham sometime between 6pm on November 14 and 10pm on November 15.

Suspect(s) entered a grey Ford Focus on Martins Close in Cromer overnight on November 15 and a Sat Nav was stolen.

Two red cars were entered on Norwich Road, Cromer between 5pm on November 15 and 7.30am on November 16. Food items in a cool box were stolen from one of these cars.

A coat was stolen from a red Hyundai on Dixon Road, Cromer sometime between 6.45pm on November 15 and 7.30am on November 16.

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Overnight on November 15 suspect(s) targeted a blue Mazda on Hastings Lane, Sheringham at around midnight and stole a key.

A blue Ford Focus was targeted on York Road, Cromer on November 16 between 1am and 7am and a coat was stolen.

Sgt Tom Stead said: 'In some of these incidents the cars had been left insecure. I would urge motorists to ensure they leave their vehicles locked at all times and do not leave any items of value inside.

'Anyone who may have any information about these incidents or may have seen anyone acting suspiciously in these areas between the times stated should contact police.'

Anyone with information should contact Sgt Tom Stead at Cromer Police Station on 101 or call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555111.