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5th Jul, 2022

More break-ins on cars and vans at the Lickey and Clent Hills prompts another police warning

POLICE have reiterated their warnings about thefts from vehicles at the Lickey Hills and Clent Hills country parks.

Patrols have been stepped up by Hagley and Rubery Safer Neighbourhood Team (SNT) at the beauty spots in response to the targeted attacks on vehicles.

Officers say there has been a further spate of car and van break-ins which comes just a week after we put out a warning last Tuesday.

The police said if people visited the hills for their daily exercise they should not to leave any valuables inside their cars or vans – even in the boot or hidden – while they are unattended.

The Government’s Coronavirus lockdown regulations state people should carry out their daily exercise sessions in their local area.

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