Thieves targeting unlocked cars in spate of similar crimes

Surrey Police: Warned people to be on-guard

Surrey Police: Warned people to be on-guard

First published in News Surrey Comet: Photograph of the Author by , Reporter - Elmbridge

Police have warned car owners to be vigilant after a series of break ins and thefts have hit the borough.

The first theft reported was on Wednesday morning, with a sat-nav, stereo and glasses taken from an unlocked car in Queensway South, Hersham.

A dog walker who parked off Walton Lane, Weybridge, on Wednesday, between 4pm and 4.30pm, had a holder containing various documents stolen from the rear of their vehicle, which had been left unlocked briefly.

Two further offences were reported on Thursday morning.

A vehicle left unlocked in Molesey Road, West Molesey, was broken into either some time yesterday afternoon or overnight and some loose change was stolen.

An iPhone charger was stolen some time overnight, after the car door to a vehicle parked in Walton Road, West Molesey, was forced open.

Report any suspicious activity to Surrey Police on 101.

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