Nearly £1,000 of goods stolen from car in Maldon

Nearly £1,000 of goods stolen from car in Maldon

Nearly £1,000 of goods stolen from car in Maldon

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Goods worth £940 were stolen from a Ford Fiesta in Narvick Close, Maldon.

Thieves entered the car overnight on July 7 and took an ASUS laptop, ACER notebook, iPod Nano and computer fibre optic connectors.

Police advised owners to avoid leaving valuables in vehicles and ensuring that vehicles are secured.

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12:51pm Wed 16 Jul 14

Hawthorne says...

"Nearly £1,000 of goods stolen from car in Maldon parked by an idiot"
"Nearly £1,000 of goods stolen from car in Maldon parked by an idiot" Hawthorne
  • Score: 6

4:38pm Wed 16 Jul 14

Jack222 says...

Seems so - the implication was that the car was unlocked and had pretty things on display. If so, basically no sympathy as we are meant to make adult decisions and this does not seem - on what we know - to be so.
Seems so - the implication was that the car was unlocked and had pretty things on display. If so, basically no sympathy as we are meant to make adult decisions and this does not seem - on what we know - to be so. Jack222
  • Score: 3

8:51am Thu 17 Jul 14

Hawthorne says...

Car crime figures aren't going to fall while there's thoughtless people making car crime enticing. Cars are not safety deposit boxes...you don't see many bank vaults with windows for the same reason.
Car crime figures aren't going to fall while there's thoughtless people making car crime enticing. Cars are not safety deposit boxes...you don't see many bank vaults with windows for the same reason. Hawthorne
  • Score: 1

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