Police warn people to lock cars after spate of theftsBy Laura Herbert
February 06, 2013
Police are warning drivers to secure their cars after a spate of break-ins across the borough.
Five vehicles were targeted in Arborfield and had items stolen from them when cars were left unlocked last Wednesday night.
Police are also appealing for information after a car left unlocked in Sewell Avenue, Emmbrook, had items stolen from the inside overnight on Monday, January 28.
A car parked in Dinton Pastures Country Park had the rear passenger window smashed and a handbag stolen on Monday, January 28.
Police are also investigating the theft of a badge from the front of a parked VW Golf in Bridport Close, Lower Earley, on Monday. They believe it was removed with a screwdriver as marks were left around the grille.
Reports have been made of tyres being slashed on a van parked in Grovelands Avenue, Winnersh, between Friday, January 11 and Friday, January 25.
Anyone with details about this incident should call police on 101 quoting URN 379 29/1 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.