Stereo and cash stolen from cars in St Albans

PUBLISHED: 17:09 12 June 2018 | UPDATED: 17:09 12 June 2018

Acrewood Way, St Albans. Picture: Google.

Acrewood Way, St Albans. Picture: Google.


A stereo and cash are among items which have been stolen from vehicles in a spate of thefts in St Albans.

Between 1.45pm on Sunday and 9am yesterday, some loose change was taken from a car parked on The Firs, but no damage was done to the car.

Within the same period, money and aftershave was stolen from vehicles on The Poplars.

Between 5pm on Saturday and 8.30am on Monday, a car stereo and mobile phone was stolen from a vehicle on Acrewood Way.

Anyone with any information, CCTV or dash cam footage has been asked to contact police on 101 and quote reference number 41/6710/18.

The police have also reminded people to not leave anything in vehicles, including small change in the centre console, satellite navigation systems, laptops, charger cables, wallets, tools, or sunglasses.

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