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Thefts from Motor Vehicles

Alert message sent 13/01/2021 14:16:00

Information sent on behalf of Thames Valley Police


Display and you will pay!

If you leave items on display in your vehicle, including loose change or a jacket, it can be an invitation to an opportunist thief. TVP have seen a rise in reported thefts from motor vehicles and you can reduce the chance of your vehicle becoming a target by following a few simple steps:

• Trust locks, not luck – always double check your vehicle is secure
• Keep keys safe - out of sight and store keyless entry fobs in a signal blocking pouch or box when not in use
• Perfect parking – if you have a garage, use it or try to park in a well-lit location
• Don’t tempt thieves – take your belongings with you and leave nothing on display. Never leave wallets, handbags, purses, cash or credit cards in an unattended vehicle even for a few seconds
• Be alarmed – car alarms can deter thieves
• Sat Nav – would you be lost without it? Remove it and make sure you wipe the sucker mark off the windscreen
• Your number’s up – number plates can be easily removed, secure them with tamper-resistant screws and contact the police if stolen.

Please visit www.thamesvalley.police.uk for further crime prevention advice.

Please contact us if you have any information relating to crime in your neighbourhood. Report online at www.thamesvalley.police.uk, call us on 101 or in an emergency dial 999. Alternatively, you call Crimestoppers anonymously on free phone 0800 555 111.

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