Police warning after thieves target cars in Lincoln

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Lincolnshire Police are warning motorists to remain vigilant and remove any high value items from vehicles after a spate of thefts in the Lincoln.

Four incidents have been reported within the last few days, the majority of which have involved the theft of sat nav systems.

On February 5 a Ford parked at the Lincolnshire Poacher on Bunkers Hill was broken into and a sat nav stolen from inside. (Incident 384 of February 5)

On February 8 a Land Rover Discovery parked in a car park next to the Lincolnshire Poacher was targeted and a camera and money were taken from inside. (Incident 358 of February 8)

In the early hours of Tuesday, February 9 an Audi parked on Sudbrooke Drive was broken into and a sat nav stolen from inside and a sat nav was also stolen from a Ford transit parked on Redbourne Drive. (Incidents 45 and 57 of February 9).

A Lincolnshire Police spokesperson said: “Please remember to remove any high value items from your vehicles when you are away from them, even if it is only for a short space of time, or keep them well hidden from view.

“If you have information about any of the incidents above please contact us on the non-emergency number 101 quoting any of the incident numbers as above.”

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