Spate of thefts from cars in Welwyn Garden City
PUBLISHED: 10:02 08 March 2016 | UPDATED: 10:02 08 March 2016
There were five thefts from cars in under a week in Welwyn Garden City.
On February 28 between 2.15pm and 2.30pm, a woman had her Osprey handbag snatched from her car, which contained an iPhone 5S, Osprey purse, Radley purse, cash and bank cards.
She had parked in Moors Walk and left it on the passenger seat while loading up her shopping. When she returned from putting the trolley back, she realised the bag had been taken. She then noticed a large black Mercedes parked next to her quickly drive off.
Another theft occurred in Little Lake between 4.30pm on February 29 and 6pm on March 1, when a sky blue sports bag, kickboxing pads, Blitz boxing gloves, a Blitz headguard and boxing boots were stolen from an unlocked blue Renault Clio.
A silver Nissan Micra also had its wing mirror stolen in Duncan Close between 9.30pm on February 29 and 6.50am the following morning.
Another theft involved offenders forcing entry to a van in Harwood Hill and stealing power tools between 8.50pm and 9.15pm on March 3, and a black Mini Convertible in Cherry Croft had its number plate removed between February 26 and February 29.
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