Mildenhall: Thieves target four cars and a garage in same street in two days
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Four cars and a garage were targeted by thieves in the same street in a Suffolk town in the space of two days.
Police have issued a warning to residents in Heathland Way, Mildenhall, following the raids which took place between Tuesday and yesterday.
A Volvo S20 parked on a driveway was broken in to before £50 worth of meat was stolen from a freezer at the same property.
A TomTom Go sat nav was seized from a black Toyota Avensis after it had been left unlocked.
Meanwhile, a set of keys were stolen from a black Honda UPV and a wallet and an iPod were pinched from a Volvo XC90, police believe.
A Suffolk Constabulary spokesman said: “Police are reminding members of the public to ensure that they lock their vehicles and outbuildings.”
Witnesses or people with information relating to this incident are urged to call police on 101.
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