Warning about car break-ins



COFFS HARBOUR police are urging people not leave valuables unattended in cars after a spate of break and enters over the weekend.

Between 4.20pm and 8.35pm on Friday a 1985 Holden Commodore parked on Level 3 of the Vernon Street car park had its door lock manipulated. Thieves removed the CD player.

On Saturday, between 4pm and 9.15pm, a Dihatsu sedan parked in Grafton Street had its front window smashed and a digital camera stolen.

Also at the weekend a Mitsibishi Lancer sedan parked on the Pacific Highway, Coffs Harbour, had its front window smashed between 10.15pm on Friday and 6.30am on Saturday. A digital camera, footwear and a small amount of cash was taken.

A Holden Astra sedan is also without a front number plate after thieves stole it between 11am and midday. The registration is ABO9BF. Anyone with information should contact Coffs Harbour police.



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