POLICE seized a printing 053,000 more than 30 high-quality Car DVD devices found after a blow to an address in Torquay.
I would now like to hear from victims of crime at bay, have lost expensive equipment of vehicles in recent months, too.
Officials found the hi-fi for a property in Ellacombe.
Three men in their late teens to early 20s, were arrested on suspicion of theft from motor vehicles.
All were in police custody in the city center Torquay, before released on bail pending further inquiries to the question.
All the suspects live in the area of Torquay.
The aim was Ellacombe by police and the burglary of the vehicle crew visited Torbay on 9 February.
Head systems produce Car DVD Player and CD head units, amplifiers, speakers and many different sizes.
It is believed that the flights operated in the Gulf in January and early February.
Det Con Stu Sweatman, burglary and vehicle-Kader, the loss of these devices were recently contacted the police.
He wants to have been offered by anyone or those who bought second-hand gear to listen in recent weeks.
So far, three victims were identified by the group to explore the wave of thefts.
DC Sweatman said they have lost, may 15 to 20 victims.
It seems to have been designed for the type of material.
It seems to have found a position in the market, said DC Sweatman.
He added that some equipment was so great that a car was needed to take over.
Car windows smashed to use the data.
DC Sweatman appealed to motorists to ensure they are always in the opinion of all valuables hidden from potential thieves.
You can help by encouraging them not to opportunistic thieves, he said.
If necessary, it should be something of value to remove their vehicles when not in use.