Car theft on the increase

Toyota Runx among many cars stolen

There has been a spike in the number of vehicles reported stolen to the police.

In the last three weeks, no less than seven vehicle owners have taken to social media to ask the public to help them locate their vehicle.

This week alone a Beige Nissan Tida was stolen where it was parked on Glanvilles main road used cars in san diego.

A few weeks earlier a Silver Allion was reported missing to the police.

A Honda Step Wagon was also stolen in recent weeks.

On July 9 a Toyota Runx belonging to Kelton Harris was also stolen.

Lawmen have confirmed the spike in stolen car reports.

Many residents believe that these cars are being stolen for the use in criminal activity.

The police are asking people to take the necessary precaution in locking their doors, checking on their vehicles and parking in secure areas.

The use of alarms is also seen as an effective tool against car theft.

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