BMW stolen and theft from cars on Somersham street
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A BMW was stolen in a spate of thefts from a Somersham street.
Between 5pm yesterday (October 9) and 8am today a car was stolen and items were taken from two other vehicles on King Street.
Thieves made off with a white BMW estate from a driveway and broke in to a silver Ford Focus and a blue KIA Sedona, stealing a projector, a sat nav, a wallet and a console.
Police are undertaking house to house enquiries, reviewing CCTV and working with automatic number plate recognition to try and find the culprits and are linking the offences.
A police spokesman said: “We are currently carrying out inquiries in to the thefts.
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“We advise all residents to lock their cars and make sure any valuable items are removed or are our of sight.”
Anyone with information on the thefts should call police on 101.
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