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Vehicle break-ins reach double figures inside one weekend in Kedington, Haverhill and Clare

Nine vehicles in Kedington, plus one in Haverhill and one in Clare were broken into between last Saturday and Monday.

n In School Crescent, Kedington an unlocked Toyota Corolla was entered and the glove box searched but nothing was taken (crime ref;37/40797/20).

n On King’s Meadow a box containing shark’s teeth, sunglasses and loose change was stolen from an unlocked Citroen C3 (40811).

Lots of vehicle break-ins took place in Kedington, Haverhill and Clare a three day spell
Lots of vehicle break-ins took place in Kedington, Haverhill and Clare a three day spell

n On Dane Common a Suzuki Ignis had loose change and painkillers stolen (40828).

n On School Road cash and aftershave was among items stolen from a Renault van (40951).

n On Risbridge Drive a Seat Ibiza had loose change stolen (41034).

n On Turner Close a Mazda 6 had an i-pod taken (41038).

n On King’s Meadow the owner of a Ford S-Max 140 was woken by noise and saw two people in his car who then ran off (40776).

n On Risbridge Drive a Rover 25 (ref: 40966) and a VW Tiguan Escape (41013) were searched but nothing was stolen.

n On Monday a grey VW Beetle was entered in Marlborough Court and a small amount of change taken - a suspect wearing a dark grey fleece hooded top and black trainers was seen in the car and ran to Connaught Road (40933).

n On Monday in Snow Hill, Clare, a car window was smashed (40945).

Anyone who witnessed any suspicious behaviour or has knowledge as to who was responsible should contact Haverhill police on 101, quoting the relevant crime number, or visit http://www.suffolk.police.uk/contact-us/existing-report-update

Police are also keen to speak to motorists who may have useful CCTV and dashcam footage.

Motorists are reminded that most thefts from cars are opportunist so lock all doors when the vehicle is unattended.

Do not leave anything on display in your car, thieves can sometimes mistake them for valuables and the damage they can do to the car to get in can be costly.

Take all your belongings with you when you leave the car. If you cannot, then lock them in the boot out of sight.

Anyone with information about the above crimes can also contact the independent charity Crimestoppers 100 per cent anonymously on 0800 555 111, or via their online form: www.crimestoppers-uk.org

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