A Launceston man has been charged following a spate of car burglaries in which tools, a GPS and personal belongings were taken.
The 30-year-old was arrested early Sunday morning, where police discovered a number of items believed to be stolen.
A Tasmania Police spokesperson said it is alleged the stolen property was taken from unlocked cars in the Summerhill and Prospect areas.
"This is a timely reminder of the opportunistic nature of some offenders and reiterates the importance of keeping your vehicle locked when it is unattended," they said.
Police are seeking public information in relation to the burglaries with belief that a second man was involved.
"Anyone who saw two men in dark clothing acting suspiciously in the Summerhill and Prospect areas early yesterday morning, or has CCTV footage that could assist police, is asked to contact Constable Stuart Bauld of Launceston Uniform," they said.
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