Police seek public’s help after reports of theft in the Haverhill area

PUBLISHED: 16:33 08 August 2017 | UPDATED: 16:33 08 August 2017

Police are appealing for information about two thefts reported in the Haverhill area. Picture: CONTRIBUTED

Police are appealing for information about two thefts reported in the Haverhill area. Picture: CONTRIBUTED

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Police are reminding people of crime prevention techniques after two reports of theft in the Haverhill area.

The first incident – the theft of a motor vehicle – took place between 8.30pm and July 25 and 5.30am on July 26.

The vehicle was a grey BMW 318 and was taken from the driveway of a property on Seymour Drive.

The second incident is thought to have happened between 8pm on July 25 and 7.55pm on July 26.

A silver BMW was parked on the driveway of Cleves Road, in Haverhill, when a wallet containing cash was taken from the vehicle.

Police are reminding people to not leave any valuable items in vehicles, or to lock them in the boot out of sight.

They also recommend installing a vehicle alarm, locking wheel nuts and vehicle immobilisers.

Anyone with information should contact 101 quoting crime references 37/50982/17 for the first incident, and 37/51011/17 for the second.

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