POLICE are urging motorists in Killamarsh to remove all their valuables from their cars following a spate of break-ins.
Derbyshire Police has dealt with four reports of car break-ins since the start of the month.
The most recent incidents took place overnight on Saturday, November 10.
A laptop and electrical tools were stolen from a Vauxhall Astra parked in Bay Court and fishing tackle was taken from a Mercedes parked in Bryony Close.
Inspector Glenn Hoggard, who is in charge of policing in north east Derbyshire, said: “We’re reminding car owners to check that they’ve locked their cars and to remove any valuables, such as sat-navs, mobile phones and laptops on display.
“This will help reduce the risk of your car being broken into.
“Patrols are being stepped up in the area and I would urge anyone with information, or who may have seen or heard anything suspicious, to contact us on 101.”