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Several vehicles in Woodbridge, in Queens Avenue and Peterhouse Crescent, entered in theft spree





Several vehicles were entered in a theft spree in a town last night.

Two cars were broken into in Woodbridge, while an individual was spotted trying the handles of several vehicles.

A car parked on a driveway in Peterhouse Crescent was entered at some point between 10pm on Sunday and 11am yesterday.

Queens Avenue, in Woodbridge, where a vehicle was entered and a phone charger was stolen from inside; an invididual also attempted to gain entry to several other vehicles. Picture: Google Maps
Queens Avenue, in Woodbridge, where a vehicle was entered and a phone charger was stolen from inside; an invididual also attempted to gain entry to several other vehicles. Picture: Google Maps

A charging cable and a purse with cash and bank cards in were taken (reference: 37/23748/24).

An invididual was spotted trying the door handles of multiple vehicles in Queens Avenue at around 2.41pm yesterday morning.

They did not gain entry (reference: 37/23599/24).

Peterhouse Crescent, Woodbridge, where a vehicle was entered and several items stolen last night. Picture: Google Maps
Peterhouse Crescent, Woodbridge, where a vehicle was entered and several items stolen last night. Picture: Google Maps

Another vehicle in Queens Avenue was entered at some time between 4am and 8.30am.

An individual searched the car and stole a phone was stolen; the vehicle had been left unlocked (reference: 37/23526/24.

Anyone with information about any of the incidents should contact Suffolk Police on 101 or through its ‘Tell Us’ portal, quoting the relevant crime reference numbers.

Alternatively, residents can contact Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800555111.