Drivers warned after mobile, cash and tools stolen from cars and vans

Upper Grange Road, in Beccles.

Upper Grange Road, in Beccles. - Credit: Google

Drivers have been warned after a spate of thefts from vans and cars around Waveney.

Between 7pm on March 6, and 9am on March 7, a Nissan was entered on Upper Grange Road. An old mobile phone, accessories and loose cash were stolen.

Around 5.31am on March 7, a mobile phone lead and plug were stolen from a Renault on Waveney Road, while another Renault was targeted on Pleasant Place.

Clothing was stolen, after entry was gained through an unlocked boot between 6pm on March 6 and 2pm on March 7.

Contact 101, quoting crime reference 37/11187/21, 37/11217/21 or 37/11327/21 respectively.

It comes after vans were targeted in Lowestoft last week.

In Flensburgh Street, tools were taken from a Citroen van on March 5 between 6pm and 11pm.

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A Fiat was targeted on Normanston Drive, with tools stolen, between 6.30pm on March 5 and 7.40am on March 6.

A Makita radio was taken from a Citroen van on Dell Road between March 5 at 6pm and March 6 at 10am.

Call Suffolk Police on 101, quoting crime reference 37/1173/21, 37/11183/21, or 37/11061/21.

Alternatively, call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111, or use their online form at

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