Laptop, wallet and satnav stolen as five cars broken into near Ipswich
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Personal items including a laptop, wallet and a satnav have been stolen after five cars were broken into in Capel St Mary.
All five cars were broken into overnight between Wednesday, January 26, and today, Thursday, January 27.
A car was broken into in Chapel Close and a satnav, sunglasses and a hand drill were stolen.
A second car also parked in Chapel Close was entered and a laptop was stolen.
Two cars were broken into in London Road and a spokesman for Suffolk police said items were taken from inside.
A wallet containing bank cards and a garage remote control were stolen from a vehicle parked in Homefield.
Suffolk police are continuing to remind people to remove belongings from their vehicles and ensure they are locked.
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Anyone with any information about these thefts is being asked to contact Suffolk police quoting the relevant crime reference number.
The first crime reference number is 37/5490/22, the second one is 37/5523/22, the crime reference number for the tow cars broken into in London Road is 37/5497/22 and the final one is 37/5549/22.
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