Police issue warning after spate of thefts from parked cars
Luxembourg police are warning car owners once again not to be careless and leave objects inside their parked vehicles in full view, as four cases in Luxembourg City of break-ins and theft were reported at the weekend.
The first report was in Rue de Neudorf when a car windscreen was smashed in order gain access to the GPS navigation device mounted on the dashboard and clearly visible from outside.
On Rue Munich Tesch that winds through the Pfaffenthal district of the City, a window of a car was smashed and a mobile phone, a GPS navigation system and a computer were stolen, again all visible from the outside.
In Rue Michel Rodange an Audi was the victim of another smashed window as several items were stolen from the inside.
In Rue Gaulois, a witness spotted a young man smashing the window of a BMW before stealing a mobile phone from the interior
Due to the spate of thefts from parked cars, the police have issued the following press statement:
"The police remind people not to leave any valuables such as handbags, navigation devices and purses in full view in a parked car. This is especially important in the summer, when more potential thieves at night (and also in the daytime) are about. People should think twice about what objects should be left in the car. This is especially true during Schueberfouer. "