Homes and cars in a West Norfolk village have been targeted by thieves.
Police are appealing for more information after a series of break-ins in Terrington St Clement on Tuesday (October 22).
Thieves have taken five satellite navigation systems, a wallet and cash after raiding seven cars which were parked in Popes Lane, Rhoon Lane, The Saltings and Northgate Way.
Three sheds were also hit in Rhoon Way and Churchgate Way when tools, a tool box, garden strimmer and hedge cutter were taken.
The stealing spree continued when two bikes were taken from a garage in King William Close.
Lynn Police Station’s Chief Insp David Buckley is appealing for witnesses.
He said: “This high number of break-ins is extremely rare in our area and I would urge residents to take every security measure to protect their property. We are keen to speak to anyone who may have witnessed any of these incidents or noticed anything suspicious in Terrington around this time. If you have any information please contact us immediately.”
Anyone with information should call Downham Market Police Station on 101 or alternatively call Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.