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Faversham: Police warning about spate of thefts from cars

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Tools, alcohol, a wallet, a sat-nav and even fireworks are just some of the items stolen during a spate of thefts from cars in Faversham.

Police are warning drivers to keep their vehicles locked and remove their valuables after a number of incidents over the last two weeks.

On Monday, October 31 between 3pm and 6pm, workman's tools were taken from a van in the Knole and later that evening between 9.30pm and 9.45pm, two drills and an electric cable were reported stolen in Broomfield Road.

The man has been charged with the robbery of a vehicle. Picture: Thinkstock
The man has been charged with the robbery of a vehicle. Picture: Thinkstock

A camera and cash were taken from a vehicle in Lower Road between 3pm on Saturday, October 29 and 8am on Sunday, October 30.

Between 11.30pm on Friday, October 28 and 8.30pm on Saturday, October 29, alcohol, fireworks and tobacco were stolen from a vehicle in Arthur Salmon Close.

Between 2.30pm and 3pm on Wednesday, October 26, a sat-nav system, a wallet and bank cards were taken from a car in East Street.

Perfume, cash and bank cards were also reported stolen from a car in Ethelbert Road between midnight and 5am on Tuesday, October 25.

In all of the incidents the vehicles were believed to have been left insecure.

Anyone with information about thefts in Faversham can report them by calling Kent Police on 01795 419119.

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