Quickly exit this site by pressing the Escape key Leave this site
Thanks for trying the 'beta' version of our new website. It's a work in progress, we'll be adding new services over the next few weeks, so please take a look and tell us what you think.
Police are appealing for information after multiple Ford Fiestas were stolen in Cannock.
Officers were first called at 8.11pm in Friday 16 July to Walsall Road in Norton Canes following reports of vehicle crime.
Officers attended and the victim reported an attempted theft of her Ford BMax vehicle.
Offenders causes damage to the driver's door lock barrel.
Police believe that the attempted theft took place between 1am and 1.20am on 15 July.
Officers were called again at 11.08pm on 16 July to the Asda store on Avon Road in Cannock.
Officers attended and a red Ford Fiesta was reported stolen.
It was last seen at 7.30pm the previous evening.
A day later, on Saturday 17 July at 10am, officers were called to Sainsburys on Orbital Retail Park on Voyager Drive in Cannock.
Police attended and the victim reported an attempted break in of his black Ford Fiesta the previous evening.
Officers believe the offenders tried to break into the car between 9.15pm on 16 July and 7am on 17 July.
Police were called again in Sunday 18 July at 3.48am to a property on Grouse Way, Cannock.
A blue Ford Eco Sport Titanium was reported stolen from a driveway. It was last seen at 6.30pm on 17 July and had gone shortly after midnight on the 18th.
More recently, officers were called at 9.23am on Monday (19 July) to Arran Close in Blackfords.
Officers attended and a blue Ford Fiesta was stolen between 2am and 9.20am that day from a street in front of a property.
Officers were called again at 5.36pm on 19 July to the same area in Blackfords.
This time, a victim reported his vehicle - a red Ford Fiesta Titanium X - had been stolen from a residential car park between 4.40am and 12.30pm.
Police are currently reviewing CCTV footage from the various locations at around the times of interest and urge anyone with information to get in touch.
Contact Staffordshire Police on Facebook, Twitter, or call 101, quoting incident number 198 of 19 July.
Alternatively, contact Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.