Residents are being reminded keep their car keys out of sight following a series burglaries in the Wrexham area over the weekend.
Thieves broke into a house in Piercy Avenue Marchwiel just after midnight on Saturday 13th October and attempted to steal a car, but fled when the owners were alerted.
At around 1.30am on the same day thieves stole a Vauxhall Corsa from an address in Windrush Close, Hightown and entered a garage at a house in Rhosnesni Lane, but nothing was stolen.
A white Mercedes E63 was stolen from Rackery Hall Mews, Llay sometime on Saturday 13th October after thieves took the keys from the utility room.
Meanwhile a house was broken into in Green Gardens, Chirk on October 14 and two sheds in Heol Glyndwr, Coedpoeth overnight October 14th and 15th.
DS Paul Kelly said; “I am urging residents to secure their properties, not to leave car keys in the house, if you are out and not to leave them on open display, easily accessible, or downstairs at night .
“I would also ask residents to look out for suspicious behaviour and to report it to https://www.north-wales.police.uk/contact/live-chat-support”
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