Police are warning drivers to take better precautions after thieves got into five vehicles entered overnight between Thursday and Friday in Greylees.
Of these five vehicles four had items stolen including a laptop, an ipod shuffle and a sat nav.
It is believed that all five vehicles were not properly locked and secured.
One vehicle was targeted on Glengarry Way, between 9pm Thursday and 7am the next morning. The glove box was searched but nothing stolen.
Two motor vehicles on Lothian Way were then entered having been left insecure. It is thought that small change was stolen from both vehicles and a laptop was stolen from a third.
Then a sat nav and an ipod Shuffle were taken from an insecure vehicle parked on Murrayfield Avenue.
Operation Handbrake is a Lincolnshire Police initiative to reduce the incidence of car theft and to advise members of the public on how to keep their vehicles safe and secure.
Police are advising in order to prevent you becoming a victim of car crime you should remove valuables and ensure your vehicle is secure by closing and locking all windows and doors.
Remember to remove sat nav suction marks as these are a tell tale sign for an opportunist that your glove compartment may be storing one.
Cars that clearly have items on view will always be a target for thieves, it takes less than 30 seconds to break into a vehicle and remove items.
The next person that notices your vehicle is vulnerable could be a car thief, do not make yourself an easy target.