Kesgrave/Rushmere: Eight cars broken into during overnight raid
Eight cars were broken into during an overnight crime spree in Rushmere and Kesgrave.
Police said in one case items worth more than £2,000 were stolen during the break-ins which took place between 7pm on Wednesday and 12pm the following day.
Two cars were broken into in Oxford Road in Kesgrave. A flick knife was stolen from one vehicle, while an iPhone 5S was stolen from another, with a wallet also being stolen from the garage at the same address.
In Trinity Close, Kesgrave, a car was broken into and a sat nav was stolen.
In Rushmere, in Foxhall Road, a car was broken into at some time between 7pm on Wednesday and 6am on the following day. Items valuing more than £2,000 were stolen including a hip flask, a sat nav, a watch and a wallet.
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Also in Rushmere, three cars in The Street were broken into. However nothing was stolen from of them.
The only crime which had a witness was in Cambridge Road in Kesgrave where a man broke into a car at around 1.20am on Wednesday. He was spotted by the homeowners and fled the scene without taking anything.
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He is described as a white man, aged between 35 and 40, clean shaven, and wearing a green cap and a grey coat or hooded top.
Witnesses or people with information relating to this incident are urged to call police on 101.