WATERVILLE — Police are investigating several vehicle burglaries that occurred in the city over the weekend.

Items stolen included a global positioning system, golf clubs and an iPod.

“All of the vehicles were unlocked,” Sgt. Alan Main said.

Saturday, a Prospect Street resident reported a checkbook, CDs and a cellphone cord were taken from a vehicle, according to officer Jennifer Weaver, who is investigating the burglaries.

Also Saturday, a Ticonic Street resident reported that two sets of high-end golf clubs and shoes were taken, she said.

On Sunday morning, a West Street resident reported an iPod and Garmin global positioning system were stolen from a vehicle and a Lowell Street resident reported a phone charger and music CDs stolen, Weaver said.

Lowell is between Merryfield Avenue, off Cool Street, and Yeaton Street.

Also early Sunday, a Burleigh Street resident reported music CDs taken from a vehicle, Weaver said.

Then a Gilman Street resident reported a Turnpike E-Z Pass transponder was stolen from a vehicle and a Merryfield Avenue resident reported a first aid kit stolen, she said.

Main urged people to take caution.

“Don’t leave valuables in your cars and if you do, make sure you lock them,” he said.

Police ask that anyone with information about the burglaries call 680-4700.

Amy Calder — 861-9247

[email protected]

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