Warning to residents after vehicle thefts in Undy

Officers in Undy are asking residents to be extra vigilant following an increased number of reports of thefts from unattended vehicles this week.

Motorists are being urged to ensure that whenever they leave their vehicle unattended it is secure and no items are left on view.

The offences recently are as below:

Barons Court, Undy.

Sometime between 6:00pm on Wednesday 19th April and 1.15pm on Thursday 20th April, a vehicle parked in Barons Court, Undy, was entered and the following items were taken:

·         Apple iPod Nano blue 

·         Two pairs of children's sunglasses

If anyone has any information regarding the above, please ring Gwent Police on 101 quoting incident number: 225 20/04/17.

Apple Avenue, Undy.

Sometime between 7:00pm on Wednesday 19th April and 6.30am on Thursday 20th April, a Silver Mondeo parked in Apple Avenue, Undy, was entered and the following items were taken:

·         Severn bridge TAG

·         Locking wheel nut

·         Large black Adidas gym bag

·         Adidas bright blue with yellow stripes trainers

 If anyone has any information regarding the above, please ring Gwent Police on 101 quoting incident number: 86 20/04/17.

Badgers Walk, Undy

Sometime between 3:00pm on Wednesday 19th April and 8.30am on Thursday 20th April, a small white caddy VW van was  entered in Badgers Walk, Undy, the following items were taken:

·         Coat

·         Sat Nav

·         Tool Bag containing hand tools

If anyone has any information regarding the above, please ring Gwent Police on 101 quoting incident number: 76 20/04/17.

Teal Close, Undy

Sometime between 10:00pm on Wednesday 19th April and 7:00am on Thursday 20th April, a vehicle parked in Teal Close, Undy, was broken into and loose change approx. £3.00 and a HP laptop were taken.

If anyone has any information regarding the above, please ring Gwent Police on 101 quoting incident number: 72 20/04/2017.

A crime can happen in seconds, please don't make it easy for thieves by leaving tempting valuables on display.

If you see anyone acting suspicious or loitering in the areas affected please call call 101.