News from Kent police

By | December 8, 2017

I have been sent a timely reminder to advise those parking in rural carparks, woods etc. not to leave valuables in the car, a car was broken into in Edenbridge woods and set fire to, Please take your valuable with you or leave them at home and report any suspicious persons to the Police.

Rural officers recover stolen Land Rovers

Two stolen Land Rovers are to be reunited with their rightful owners after being recovered by officers from the Rural Task Force.

Kent Police has now seized three stolen Land Rovers in just two weeks and drivers are being reminded of the steps they can take to deter thieves.


Officers are now reminding motorists to take steps to deter criminals:

Lock all doors and close the windows whenever you leave the vehicle.

Don’t leave anything on display – even a jacket can seem like an appealing target for a thief

Wipe away suction marks from your sat nav on the windscreen or dashboard

Park in a garage, secure car park or well-lit area if possible

Consider having windows etched with the vehicle registration number or use an invisible ink marker pen to mark these details and you postcode on the underside frame of the vehicle.

Make a note of the chassis number.

Make sure you don’t leave your car keys visible from the outside of your home

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