THIEVES have been targeting a number of vehicles – including an ambulance – in Penzance over the past couple of weeks.
Inspector Jean Phillips, from Penzance police, said: "People should take care to lock up their vehicles, remove all items of value and report any suspicious activity."
The recent incidents are:
During the evening of Saturday, March 1, into the early hours of Sunday, March 2, a number of vehicles were entered around the Kings Road and Alverton area.
If you believe you have had a car stereo fascia stolen from this time, call PC Andria Phillips on 101 or come into the station quoting reference number AP/14/499.
Overnight last Tuesday, March 4, a silver Peugeot was broken into at Heamoor and a stopwatch, walkie talkies and sports whistle stolen.
The following night, Wednesday, March 5, thieves broke into an ambulance parked by the side of St John's Hall.
A green Response bag was stolen – some of the items in it were later recovered in Penlee Park.
Between last Saturday evening and Monday, a minibus parked behind the council offices at St Clare was entered and a stereo fascia and fire extinguisher taken.
If you have any information about any of these incidents, call 101 or Crimestoppers on 0800 555111.