More car break ins

Port Lincoln Police are once again reminding the community to lock up and remove all of their valuables as cars continue to be broken into in the local area.

Brevet Sergeant Greg van den Broek said police were still seeing members of the public leaving their cars unlocked, with offenders taking valuables during the night.

“We had another four cars broken into over the weekend,” Brevet Sergeant van den Broek said.

“All appear [to have been] left unlocked.”

“We want people to remove valuables from their cars and [to] lock them up.”

Various items were stolen over the weekend, including back packs, keys, USB sticks and even a drone.

Last week the local police also released a statement reminding the public of their vehicle security after a number of vehicles in Port Lincoln were broken into.

Police advised the public not to leave their keys in the ignition or within the vehicle, to remove valuable items or to try and conceal them, and at night to park in a well-lit area.

At home, ensure doors and windows are secure, and place car keys in a safe location out of view.