Crackdown on car crime at Peterborough Railway Station

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Police in Cambridgeshire have begun a crackdown on thefts from cars at a railway station.

Officers from British Transport Police said they are patrolling Peterborough station and searching suspects after a spate of attacks.

Five cars have been broken into in public and staff car parks in the past two weeks and car radios and satellite navigation systems stolen.

A man has been arrested on suspicion of theft.

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