Car thieves target six vehicles in Welwyn Garden City
POLICE are warning vehicle owners to be on their guard following a spate of vehicle crimes in WGC. Aerials were stolen from four cars in Wellington Drive, Panshanger between
POLICE are warning vehicle owners to be on their guard following a spate of vehicle crimes in WGC.
Aerials were stolen from four cars in Wellington Drive, Panshanger between Friday and Saturday.
Stick-on number plates were then taken from a silver Rover parked in Lincoln Close on Sunday.
And in the early hours of Tuesday morning, windscreen wipers were pinched from a silver VW Polo in Barndicott.
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Detective Inspector Neil Ballard, from Herts Police, said: "The sort of damage caused to these vehicles, particularly the ones where aerials have been stolen, appear to be random and pointless acts of vandalism.
"Vandals need to be aware that causing malicious damage to property is a criminal offence.
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