E YORKS: Families are being warned not to leave valuables in their cars after a churchgoer's new laptop computer and sat nav were stolen from a vehicle in Bridlington.
The victim's red Citroen Picasso was parked and locked at Emmanuel Church in Cardigan Road.
While the owner was inside, a thief broke into the car.
Police are urging people not to leave valuables in their vehicles as they are an open invitation to thieves.
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Drivers should also make sure their cars are always locked when parked.
Anyone with information should call police on 101 and quote crime number 1952036.
E YORKS: A man has been charged with stealing two expensive cars and breaking into a house in Main Street, Hotham.
The 23-year-old man from Queensway, Goole, was arrested by police shortly after the theft in the early hours of Monday.
He was charged with the theft of a silver Mercedes and a black BMW and a burglary at the same address.
The man was remanded in custody after appearing at Bridlington Magistrates Court.
BEVERLEY: First aid was given to a woman who slipped on the ice in Admiral Walker Road.
Fire officers were called to help her at 9.09am yesterday.
They took her to her work, where she arranged to attend Beverley minor injuries unit.
HULL: The Hull Daily Mail carried a story on Monday, January 14 headlined 'Worker rescued after falling into dry dock' concerning an incident where a man fell from Scaffolding in the Lime Street area of East Hull.
We have been asked to point out that this incident was not connected to the engineering firm of A&E Woodward based in Lime Street. We are happy to clarify this matter.