A Navgear sat-nav, an iPod Classic and a HTC mobile phone were stolen from a black Volkswagen Golf and a silver Toyota Land Cruiser at Duntisbourne Leer near Cirencester.
CAR owners have been reminded to keep their vehicles locked after a spate of thefts from unlocked vehicles in the Cotswolds.
The call comes after thieves took items including a sat-nav and a mobile phone from two unlocked cars in Duntisbourne Leer near Cirencester.
Thieves broke into a black Volkswagen Golf and a silver Toyota Land Cruiser overnight between Wednesday August 8 and Thursday August 9.
One was parked on a driveway and the other was in an unlocked garage, but both had been left unlocked.
The thieves took a Navgear sat-nav worth £200, an iPod Classic worth £160 and a HTC mobile phone.
This takes the amount of thefts from cars in the Cotswolds since July 1 to 18, with seven of these from unlocked vehicles.
Sergeant Garret Gloyn said it was important to make sure your vehicle is locked before leaving it.
“While crime is on the way down it’s still short-sighted to leave your car insecure making it easier for thieves to take items of value such as these,” he said. “Make sure you lock your car when you leave it.”