Police are appealing for information after a spate of thefts from vehicles in Newmarket during the Bank Holiday weekend.
The first incident happened at around 9.45pm on Sunday, August 25, when a Citroen van in Petingo Close was broken into and tools stolen from inside.
A spokesman for Suffolk Police said two males, wearing dark clothing and head torches, were seen driving off in the direction of Brickfields Avenue in a BMW shortly after the van alarm was activated.
There were three incidents in Parkers Walk on Sunday, August 25.
Tools were stolen from a Vauxhall van after it was broken into between 7.30pm and 10.15pm.
At the same location, a hedge trimmer was stolen from a Volkswagen van between 6pm and 11pm.
And a concrete statue was thrown through the window of another van in Parkers Walk, but steel plates prevented entry being gained to the vehicle.
Between 3pm on Sunday, August 25, and 11am the following day, the front and rear number plates were stolen from a Fiat Punto in Nimbus Way and a Ford Focus in Hyperion Way.
Power tools were stolen from a Peugeot van in Pinza Close between Thursday, August 22, and Monday, August 26.
And a quantity of diesel was stolen from a tank in a yard in Victoria Way over the Bank Holiday weekend.
Suffolk Police is keen to speak to anyone who may have information relating to any of these thefts.
Anyone who was in the area over the Bank Holiday weekend, noticed any unusual activity around any of the vehicles, or has any information about any of these incidents, should contact Suffolk Police on 101, quoting crime reference number NE/13/1514. Alternatively, you can contact Crimestoppers on 0800 555111.