Police appeal for witnesses after windscreen smashed in Exmouth
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Police in Exmouth are appealing for witnesses after a vehicle had its windscreen smashed earlier this week.
The red VW Golf was parked in Withycombe, Somerset, on Monday March 1st when its car glass was broken, the Exmouth Herald reports.
Officers said the damage took place on Withycombe Road opposite Market Carpets sometime between 16:00 and 12:15 the following day (Tuesday, March 2nd).
Police in Northern Ireland have recently warned motorists not to leave any valuables in their vehicles.
Constable Dean McAuley, the local crime prevention officer in Ballymena, told the Ballymena Times that drivers should leave their glove compartments empty and open so as to show any would-be thieves that there are no valuables inside.
"Motorists should never leave valuables such as handbags, mobile phones, CD players, stereo systems, or satellite navigation equipment unattended inside their vehicle," Mr McAuley told the newspaper.
He also advised people to park in well-populated and well-lit places.
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