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Vehicle crime spree in Haverhill prompts a police reminder




Police are reminding people to remove valuable items and always lock their vehicles after a clutch of thefts from vehicles in Haverhill.

Four vehicles were entered in total over two separate nights. Three of them were broken into.

Overnight between Sunday, October 6 and Monday 7 a vehicle on Shadowbush Close was entered and searched but nothing was stolen (crime reference 37/61818/19) and a vehicle on Gurlings Close was also entered and a Garmin watch stolen (crime ref 37/60839/19).

A number of vehicles have been entered illegally in Haverhill and items stolen . File picture
A number of vehicles have been entered illegally in Haverhill and items stolen . File picture

Between 5pm on Wednesday, October 9 and 11am the next day a vehicle parked on Earls Green was entered via unknown means and an Apple tablet and Samsung headphones were removed (crime ref 37/61818/19) and an unlocked vehicle on Calford Drive was also entered and loose change stolen (crime ref 37/61862/19).

If you have any information about these crimes, please contact Suffolk Police on 101 or via https://www.suffolk.police.uk/contact-us/existing-report-update, quoting the crime references above, or call Crimestoppers on 0800 555111


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