Royston van owners urged to keep tools inside overnight after spate of thefts

PUBLISHED: 10:55 05 June 2016 | UPDATED: 10:55 05 June 2016

Police have issued a warning after a spate of tool thefts from vans in Royston.

Police have issued a warning after a spate of tool thefts from vans in Royston.

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A spate of tool thefts from vans in Royston on Friday night and the early hours of Saturday morning has prompted a police appeal.

Van owners have been urged to keep their tools inside overnight after vehicles were broken into in Orchard Way, Green Street, Coombelands and Old North Road.

For further advise, or to receive a van sticker which states ‘no tools left in the van overnight’, email robyn.allen@herts.pnn.police.uk.

If you saw or heard anything suspicious in relation to these incidents, you can ring the police non-emergency number 101.


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