Police urge vigilance after cars targeted in Dursley
MOTORISTS are being asked to remain vigilant after a spate of thefts from cars and vans in Dursley.
Tools and personal valuables have been stolen from four vehicles on the streets of Rosebery Road, May Lane, First Avenue and Blackwells after the windows were smashed in.
The offences were carried out Wednesday evening and in the early hours of Thursday, August 15.
A car, which has not been identified, was also stolen from Cambridge Avenue on the same night without its key.
Sergeant Simon Davey from Dursley Police Station is urging people to call 999 if they here windows being smashed during the middle of the night in the future.
"If you hear breaking glass at that unusual time please give us a call because it is likely that a crime is in process," he said.
"We would also ask people to make sure they take their work tools out of their vehicles or to put them away securely."
If you have any information about the thefts, call Gloucestershire Police on 101, quoting incident number 61 of Thursday, August 15.
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