A local resident in Bury St Edmunds has woke up this morning to find that their wheels have been stolen from their car.
It is the latest in a string of such thefts in the town. The wheels were removed from the vehicle parked in Richard Walker Close at somepoint over night last night.
Speaking to RWSfm the resident said “we were supposed to be going to work today but when came out the wheels were gone. Obviously it has been done over night and unfortunately just bought new tires yesterday.
Someone else commented on my (facebook) post that on Wagtail Drive happened the same last night so looks like two cars were targeted in Moreton Hall area last night”.
Two other thefts happened on Wednesday 11 November at 6pm and Thursday 12 November at 9pm, when four alloy wheels were stolen from a grey Audi A6, parked on Martin Reed Walk and four alloy wheels were stolen from a BMW X4 on Redwood Drive.
Anyone with any information about this incident or who saw anything suspicious at the time is asked to contact the Police quoting reference number 37/65737/20 or 37 65692/20.