Car thieves use remote devices to steal Land Rovers

Cars have been stolen from &nbsp;Outwell,&nbsp;Terrington St John,&nbsp;Upwell and King's Lynn in west Norfolk <i>(Image: Newsquest)</i>
Cars have been stolen from Outwell, Terrington St John, Upwell and King's Lynn in west Norfolk (Image: Newsquest)

Criminals have used remote devices to steal a number of cars in west Norfolk.

Police are "urging car owners to be vigilant" after the thefts in Outwell, Terrington St John, Upwell and King's Lynn.

Overnight between 10pm on February 28 and 6am on March 1, a grey Land Rover Discovery with the registration AO16 HFR was stolen from Downham Road in Outwell.

The following week, another grey Land Rover Discovery, this time with vehicle registration OU15 MWM, was stolen from School Road in Terrington St John between midnight and 7.35am on March 8.

The next night between 7pm on March 8 and 8.15am on March 9, a silver Audi A4, registration EO11 OYP, was stolen from Dovecote Road in Upwell.

This week, a white Land Rover Discovery was stolen from Keene Road in King’s Lynn at some point between 11.00pm and 11.45pm and March 14.

On March 15, a Land Rover Discovery, registration KL68 NWA, was stolen from St Peters Road in Upwell shortly after 5.30pm.

Anyone with information about these thefts should contact Norfolk Constabulary on 101 and ask to speak to Operation Moonshot.

Witnesses can also contact Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 11.