The Police have reported a spate of thefts recently from vehicles in several rural locations. In Preston, at least 10 cars were targeted. Some were left unlocked overnight. It is also possible that vehicles with a keyless entry system had been accessed with a device that sends an unlocking signal to the car.
- Electronic key fobs should be kept away from windows and front door and placed in a metal box for maximum security.
- Never leave valuables in your vehicle overnight, not even in the glove box.
- Ensure vehicles are locked when left unattended.
Visit the Hertfordshire Police Crime Prevention website for up to date information about how to secure your vehicle, home and property at: www.herts.police.uk/crimeprevention.
If you see suspicious behaviour, please report it to Police on 101.
If you witness a crime in progress call 999. Preston Neighbourhood Watch
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