Sheds, garages and cars have all been targeted during a spate of thefts acrosss two days in Northamptonshire.
Police in Towcester are now appealing for witnesses to come forward following the thefts across the town overnight on Sunday and into Monday.
Sheds were broken into at a house in Solly’s Way and two houses in Meadow Bank. A shed and garage were broken into in Belle Baulk and tools were stolen from a garden in Nene Lane.
Sat navs were stolen from two vehicles in Belle Baulk and property was taken from a glove box in Cappenham Close.
Officers are appealing for witnesses and are asking anyone who saw anything suspicious to call police.
Sergeant Tania Ash said: “We’ve had a number of incidents reported to us which all happened overnight on Sunday into Monday. Anyone who may have seen or heard anything suspicious or unusual, or has any information about the people involved, is asked to call us on 101.
“I would also encourage people to make sure their sheds, garages and homes are as secure as possible and would also urge drivers to remove sat navs and other valuables from their vehicles when they leave them, even if parked on the drive at home or only left for a short time.”
For more information about how to keep your home and property safe, visit www.northants.police.uk/crimeprevention.
Witnesses, or anyone with information, is asked to call Northamptonshire Police on 101. Alternatively, they can call the independent charity Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.