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Kesgrave: Renewed warning to motorists after thefts from cars in Cox Close

15:50 06 June 2014

Police are warning motorists not to leave valuables in their cars.

Police are warning motorists not to leave valuables in their cars.

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Motorists have been warned not to leave valuables in their cars after a series of thefts in Kesgrave.

Loose change was stolen from a Ford Focus parked in Cox Close between 4pm on Friday, May 30, and noon on Monday.

And a satellite navigation system was taken from a Citroen parked in the same road between 1.30am and noon on Monday

“Police are again asking motorists not to leave valuable items in vehicles and are also urging you to lock and check you have locked your car or van before leaving it unattended,” said a force spokesman.

Anyone with information is asked to call Pc George Blake at Suffolk Police on 101, quoting reference WO/14/853.

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  • Yet again you are using a photo that is not of Suffolk officers. Suggest you replenish your library.

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