THIEVES have stolen a games console, cash, laptop and stereo system across eight thefts from cars in just a few days.
Hampshire police had the reports between June 7 and today in Portsmouth.
Two thefts were reported in North End Avenue in North End, on June 10 at 5.48am and on June 8 at 5.46.
In the first, an Xbox was stolen. In the second incident two bags of tools were taken.
On June 9 at just before 7pm a victim reported someone had smashed the front passenger window and stolen a handbag from the passenger seat. The car had been parked in Cascades Approach in the city centre.
Keys were stolen from a car in Church Road, Landport. It was reported at 4.09pm.
A laptop was stolen from a vehicle in Tangier Road in Copnor. This was reported at 3.06pm on June 9.
In Southsea on June 8 at 1.28pm a car had its window smashed in Castle Road and an item was stolen from under the seat.
A driver who left their car for five minutes outside Debenhams, in Palmerston Road, Southsea, returned to find a smashed window and £600 stereo stolen. It happened on June 7 at 5.22pm.
On the same day a thief broke into a car in Slindon Street, Landport, and took four empty bags.
Anyone with information should call police on 101.
On Twitter police said: ‘There were a number of thefts from motor vehicles in Portsmouth over the weekend.
‘Please don't make it easy for thieves - make sure you remove valuables from your vehicle and lock it.’