AN infuriated resident has urged people to not leave anything in their cars after break-ins.

A resident of Sydney Street, Worcester had a laptop and an Iphone stolen after thieves broke into his car as part of a spate of thefts.

He said: "I feel infuriated, my car was locked and parked right outside my property.

 "There aren't any marks or scratches to show how they might have got in.

"It looks like they are working their way along the canal.

"There are three or four other cars in the street that were broken into last night(Tuesday).

"It is very worrying that this is happening and I would urge people not to leave anything valuable in the car."

The resident said that cars have been broken into between 8pm on Monday night and 6am on Tuesday morning.

A number of cars were also broken into between 8pm on Thursday and the early hours of Friday morning in the Arboretum area of the city.

From one Honda CRV car in Gregorys Bank, a brown leather briefcase, a Lenovo Laptop, stationery and charging cables were taken.

Another car in the same road, a Nissan Juke was broken into and a pair of Rayban sunglasses and a push chair were stolen.

In nearby Goodrest Walk, Pandora jewellery and Harry Potter items were stolen from a Volvo XC90 car and in Wilfred Close, a Kia Sportage car was entered, but nothing was reported stolen.

Two cars in Bishops Avenue were also broken into during the raid, with a Lenovo laptop, work books and documents and a black Jeep rucksack taken from one of the vehicles but nothing reported stolen from the other car.

Anyone with information, contact police on 101 quoting incident number 0171S 101117.