People are not heeding advice from the Gardai about not leaving valuables in their cars.

That’s according to Superintendent Joe McKenna, who told a Joint Policing Committee meeting in Ballina on Friday that there is still a high incidence of cars being broken into after valuables were left visible.

Superintendent McKenna says there will be people attending events in local community centres or going to Mass during darkness in the next few months and people need to heed the advice from Gardai not to leave valuables’ visible in their car.

He says there may be a case to be made for erecting signs at some popular spots in the county, to remind people not to do so, as is the case in some counties.

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