#HideYourStuff Message From Norfolk Police

#HideYourStuff Message From Norfolk Police

Published by KLFM
9:59am 17th December 2014.

Car thieves will be on the look out for any presents you leave in sight... That's the warning from Norfolk Police.

Even things like coats can attract thieves as they may contain keys or cash.

Top Tips:

  • Never leave anything on show
  • Take it with you
  • Lock it in the boot
  • Park in busy areas
  • Report suspicious people on 101


Watch the video showing how scarily easy it is to break in to a car:


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