Bank cards, tools and driving licences were stolen during a spate of theft from vehicles parked along three Ipswich streets. 

The first incident happened in Rosehill Road, sometime between 6pm on Friday, March 15 and midday on Saturday, March 16. 

Tools and a bank card were stolen from a van parked on the road.

Sometime overnight between 9pm on Sunday, March 17, and 7am on Monday, March 18, entry was gained into an insecure vehicle parked in Victoria Street. 

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A wallet containing bank cards and a driving licence was stolen. 

The third incident happened on the morning of Monday, March 18, between 8.20am and 8.40am. 

Bank cards, a driving licence and cash were stolen from a car parked in Cullingham Road. 

Suffolk police are warning members of the public to lock their vehicles and remove valuable items.

Officers are appealing for information about the spate of thefts in Ipswich and anyone with information should contact the police quoting crime reference numbers 37/14912/24 for Rosehill Road, 37/15117/34 for Victoria Street, and 37/15153/24 for Cullingham Road.