Theft warning in Honiton
Motorists urged to make sure valuable items are not left in their vehicles following a number of thefts in Honiton.
Honiton residents are being urged to make sure no valuable items are left in their vehicles.
The warning comes after a number of reports of thefts from vehicles in the last 10 days where items including Sat Nav’s, mobile phones and money have been stolen.
Motorists are also reminded to ensure their vehicles are properly secured by locking doors and windowns.
It is important that any valuable items in the glove compartment are taken out and coats are also removed.
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PCSO Sue Rowe said: “It is very important to make sure that no valuable items are on show or left in the car.”
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