Guernsey Police arrest man and urge drivers to check cars after series of reported thefts

Guernsey Police are asking drivers to make sure they lock their vehicles and conceal valuables. Credit: ITV Channel

Guernsey Police have arrested a 38-year-old man after three reported thefts from vehicles in the north of the island.

Hundreds of pounds is understood to be amongst the items stolen and officers believe the incidents between Bordeaux and Grandes Maison Road are linked.

They are urging motorists to check for signs of a break-in with further attempted thefts from cars in the Bordeaux area also being looked into.

The police added that similar incidents have been reported in recent months and are asking drivers to take extra care by locking their vehicles at all times and not leaving valuables in plain sight.

Anyone with information or any relevant CCTV footage is being asked to contact officers on 01481 222222 or by calling Crimestoppers anonymously through 0800 555 111.

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