DRIVERS in Droitwich have been warned about leaving valuables on display in cars after 14 vehicles were broken into in the town in a matter of days.
Almost £3,000 worth of items were taken in the raids.
A £100 Apple iPod, 14 stainless steel forks worth £28, a Waitrose bag and £5 in change were stolen from a grey BMW as it was parked in Salters Court between 5.30pm on May 12 and 9am on May 13.
A £130 pair of Ray-Ban sunglasses were stolen from a Ford Fiesta between 12midnight on April 30 and 6pm on May 13.
At Morrisons in Park Way, between 11.30am and 12.15pm on May 13, a Vauxhall Safira was broken into. A Nokia Lumia worth £80 was taken.
Four more thefts from vehicles, which happened between 7pm on May 12 and 8pm on May 13, have been linked by police.
The first in Salters Court saw a £200 Gucci purse, containing cards, £30 cash and a driving licence and Dolce & Gabbana sunglasses worth £150 taken from a Mercedes SLK.
Then in Galton Way, a £100 iPod was stolen from a Volvo 340, and several items were taken from a Volkswagen Polo in Hammond Court, off Galton Way.
They included a £120 pair of Ralph Lauren sunglasses, a set of headphones for an iPhone worth £30 and £10 in cash.
There was also a Nissan Qashqai targeted in Hammond Court, off Galton Way, although nothing was taken on that occasion.
Five cars were targeted in Coppice Way in Droitwich, overnight between May 8 and May 9.
A blue Ford C-Max was broken into between 8.15pm on May 8 and 8.15am on May 9. Cash totalling £70, a sat nav and £40 in Argos vouchers were all taken. The sat nav and vouchers were found in a nearby bush.
The other four incidents were between 1.30am and 2.30am on May 9.
A £150 Canon camera, a £180 sat nav, a £350 del laptop and some energy drinks were taken from a Nissan Note.
A red Vauxhall Insignia had a £200 Tommy Hilfiger jacket, a £1,500 Dell laptop and a £80 laptop bag taken from it and a £100 sat nav was stolen from a Peugeot.
The other car – a red Vauxhall Astra – was broken into but nothing was stolen.
A BMW 520 had a black wallet, containing bank cards, and a photo driving licence, stolen from it when the was parked in The Firs – officers are linking that one to the incidents in Coppice Way.
And, in probably the most shocking attack, a brick was thrown through the window of a car in Winslow Avenue between 9.10pm and 11.30pm on May 10.
After crashing through, it bounced up and also smashed the windscreen. Nothing was taken in that incident.
Anyone with any information on the incidents should call 101 or Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.