Ipswich: Appeal for information after four cars in east Ipswich are targeted by thieves
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Police are appealing for witnesses after four cars in east Ipswich were targeted by thieves.
The first incident saw a Honda car, which was parked on a driveway in Whitethorn Road, was entered between 7pm on Friday, October 10 and 9.10am the following day.
A child’s rucksack was taken but was later found with its contents discarded in a bush nearby.
At 2.30pm on Saturday, a man living in Bucklesham Road stopped a man who was trying to get into his car, which was also parked on a drive. The offender ran away and nothing was stolen.
A sat nav was also stolen from the glove compartment of a Saab car parked in Blackthorn Close between 10pm on Friday and 9.30am the following day.
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Police are linking these three incidents because of the locations and times they took place.
If you can help, call police on 101 quoting crime reference FE/14/1724.
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There was also a fourth car targeted with a theft taking place between 6pm on October 8 and 7.15am the following day in Rushmere St Andrew.
A Fiat Punto parked at the end of the close in Chatsworth Drive was broken into and a Tom Tom sat nav stolen.
Anyone with information in relation to this incident is asked to contact Pc Mark Jackaman at Woodbridge Police on 101.