Police are warning people living in Ipswich to keep vehicles locked and remove valuable items after five more thefts in the town.

Cash was stolen from a vehicle parked in Oxford Road between 12am and 8.10am on Friday, April 12. 

The driver's side window was smashed by an unknown person and cash was stolen. 

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In the early hours of the morning on Saturday, April 13, the window of a vehicle parked in Ancaster Road was smashed and a grey Dell laptop was stolen. 

Sometime before 7am on Monday, April 15 access was gained to an insecure vehicle in Wigmore Close and cash was stolen. 

A wallet and back cards were stolen from a car in London Road sometime between 11pm on Sunday, April 14 and just after midnight on Monday, April 15. 

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Between midday on Saturday, April 13, and 5.15am on Monday, April 15, entry was gained to an insecure car in Camden Road. 

An untidy search was conducted and a wallet containing bank cards and a driving licence was stolen. 

Police are asking anyone with information about the incidents to contact them, quoting the following crime reference numbers: 

  • 37/20316/24 for Oxford Road
  • 37/20485/24 for Ancaster Road
  • 37/20694/24 for Wigmore Close
  • 37/20752/24 for London Road
  • 37/20755/24 for Camden Road