Thefts from unlocked cars in Felinheli
North Wales Police are looking for your help
to identify thieves who stole a number of items from insecure cars
in Felinheli recently.
The first spate took place overnight between
Monday 3rd and Wednesday 5th December and
again overnight between Friday 28th December and Tuesday
1st January 2013. The thieves haul included a
laptop, I pod, I phone, memory stick, camera, Nintendo DS, a squash
racket and cash. On 4th December an attempt
was made to drive one of the vehicles away using the spare keys
which were left in the vehicles glove-box.
Local officer PCSO Ian Rooksby said “All the
vehicles involved appeared to have been unlocked or insecure and
clearly had valuable items left in them which in some cases had
been in full view. I would like to hear from anyone who may
have information about these crimes.
"It is really important that car owners remove
any personal property and secure it at all times to deter
opportunists and avoid becoming a victim of crime. Leaving
any item on display can be a temptation for a passer-by.
Please take a little extra time to check your vehicle when
you come to leave it and if possible, remove all items of value and
store them safely at home or at least out of sight and secured in
the car boot and finally lock the vehicle and ensure that any
alarm or immobiliser is activated."
Any suspicious behaviour or circumstances even
if nothing has been taken should be reported by ringing 101.
If you have any information about these incidents PCSO Rooksby
can be contacted on 101 or anonymously via Crimestoppers on 0800