Spate of thefts in Ipswich as cars smashed for valuables
PUBLISHED: 15:52 02 October 2019 | UPDATED: 15:52 02 October 2019
Hundreds of pounds worth of clothes, cash and bank cards are among the items stolen in a spate of vehicle thefts in Ipswich.
The first incident was reported on North Close on September 30, at some point between 12.30am and 1.30am. A suspected entered a parked Maserati vehicle and stole various items including headphones, bank cards and a purse.
The same morning a silver VW Polo had around £600 worth of clothes stolen from it. No damage was caused to the car.
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Between 4pm on September 29 and 5.15am on September 30 a red VW had its front window smashed on Yeoman Close. In the same road between a Honda Civic was broken into, after having its nearside front window smashed between 8pm on September and 5am on September 30.
On Constable road a purse containing cash and bank cards, a knife and a mountain bike were stolen from a house on September 30 at around 3am. The offender also took an electric chainsaw from sheds in the property's back garden.
On the same road a Range Rover Evoque was broken into between September 29 at 8pm and September 3 at 7am.
Anyone with any information about the incidents should contact Suffolk police on 101.
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