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Community Message from Thames Valley Police

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This is a community message from Thames Valley Police:Six insecure vehicles were broken into in Penn last night (5/2 to 6/2) in roads including Katherine Close and Kite Wood Road.We need you to help us to prevent any more from happening. Most cars that are broken into are because they have been left inseure, or have items on display. As thieves are opportunists we want to make it as hard as possible for them to be able to offend. If you leave a jacket on the back seat, a thief might think there is something of value underneath or if you leave a mark from a sat nav on the windscreen they might break in to your car to see if the equipment is in there.This might sound insignificant but to have your car broken into and know that someone has looked through your belonging can be distressing. It not only feels intrusive but can also result in an increase in your insurance premium.Please don't make it easy for thieves, or you could lose more than some loose change.Please do not leave valuables on display in your car - even loose change can be an incentive for a thief and remember to always lock your car and make sure your windows are shut when leaving it unattended.

If you have any information in relation to this message, please contact Thames Valley Police on 101 To find out more about Thames Valley Police in your area - please go to our website at


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