12:49PM, Wednesday 06 March 2013
A security warning has been issued to car owners following a second spate of thefts from pub car parks in Maidenhead.
Thieves made away with laptops and bags - stolen from cars parked outside four pubs between Monday and today.
A briefcase was found discarded in a garden after being taken from a car parked outside a hotel in Bridge Road. It was targeted between 7pm on last night and 6.30am today.
Thieves also targeted two cars at a pub in Littlefield Green during the same evening stealing an overnight bag and a Kindle.
Another holdall was stolen from a car parked at a hotel in Manor Lane in Oldfield between 2am yesterday and 5am today.
A laptop, golf clubs and paper work were among items stolen from two cars parked outside a pub in Bray High Street between 8-8.30pm on Monday.
Thieves targeted five pubs in two days on Monday and Tuesday last week.
Anyone with information is urged to phone police on 101 or Crimestoppers on 0800 5555111.
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