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12 December 2014, 09:59 | Updated: 12 December 2014, 11:15
Thefts are taking place from cars where children's nativity plays are happening in South Cambridgeshire.
A black Volkswagen Polo was broken into between 5.30pm and 6.30pm yesterday (Thursday, December 11) while it was in the car park outside Castle Camps Primary School in Church Lane, Castle Camps.
The offender has smashed a front window of the car while the 53-year-old victim was at the school's nativity play and stolen a handbag which had been left on the front passenger seat.
Another car was broken into between 6.10pm and 6.40pm yesterday (Thursday, December 11) while it was in the car park outside St Peter's Church in High Street, Babraham.
The offender has smashed the rear driver's side window of the car while the 50-year-old victim was at the school's nativity play and stolen a black handbag from behind the passenger seat.
Sergeant Mark Rabel said: "We would always advise people not to leave valuables in their vehicles in order to prevent such incidents from happening, however, if anyone saw these incidents happen or has information, please contact me by calling 101."