Police have called for vigilance following a night of burglaries Sleaford, with vehicles being among the items stolen.
The raids took place overnight on Friday, October 17, into Saturday, October 18.
In Wheat Grove, two vehicles parked at a house were stolen after offenders entered the unlocked property and took the car keys from the front door.
One of the vehicles was found nearby, while the other vehicle is still to be found.
Anyone who sees the missing vehicle - a black Mini Cooper VRM, number plate FT12 HLX - is asked to call police on 101, quoting incident number 91 of October 18.
Also in Wheat Grove, a silver Carrera men’s mountain bike, a large quantity of hairdressing equipment, including two hairdryers, in a zebra print bag were stolen from an unlocked garage.
Information to police on 101 quoting incident number 110 of October 18.
Still in Wheat Grove, an open garage of another property was also entered.
Items in the garage were rifled through, but nothing taken.
Information to police on 101 quoting incident number 170 of October 18.
In Park Crescent, a set of specialist binoculars were stolen from a shed in the rear garden of a property.
Information to police on 101 quoting incident number 223 of October 18.
In Caroline Close, a garage at a property was also entered on the night.
Police have said it is not yet known if anything has been taken.
Information to police on 101 quoting incident number 152 of October 18.
Pcso Alice Harris of Sleaford Neighbourhood Policing Team said: “In light of these reported burglaries, please can all residents of Sleaford be vigilant and ensure their doors, windows, cars, garages and sheds are all kept secure.
“Also please ensure that all valuables are out of the view of a potential burglar.”