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Bases police urge public not to leave valuables in their cars at the beach

British bases police on Friday urged the public to be careful with what they leave in their cars when they go to for a swim, following a reported cash and clothing theft from the vehicle of a beach goer.

“SBA police invites those visiting beaches to be careful about the objects they leave in their vehicles, noting that this week money and clothes were stolen from the car of a person who had gone swimming at the ‘Fairwinds’, beach along the Dhekelia road,” an announcement said.

A senior officer at the SBA police, Mustafa Kemal, said the public should take measures to protect their property and lock valuables such as mobile phones and tablets, somewhere in their vehicles where they cannot be seen by passersby.

The SBA police will patrol the areas where in the past there have been such cases, the announcement said.

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