PEOPLE have been urged to take their car keys upstairs at night after a spate of burglaries where vehicles were stolen.
Thieves broke into three Huddersfield homes on Wednesday and escaped in the victims' cars after finding the keys.
Police have revealed details of the missing cars in a bid to trace them.
Pc Dave McSween- ey, of Huddersfield police, said: "These crimes can be prevented if people hide their car keys or take them upstairs at night so thieves can't find them.
"Many of these intruders find car keys hung up behind doors or left on kitchen tables or work surfaces."
Between 9.30pm on Wednesday and 1.50am yesterday, thieves forced the door on a home on Bank Lane, Holmbridge, and stole a black Mercedes SL 500 automatic convertible, registration number H18 CRH.
At about 10.15pm on Wednesday, intruders broke into a house on Carr Street in Marsh and drove away in the victim's red Ford Mondeo, registration number R459 YCK.
And between 9.15pm and 10.30pm the same night thieves sneaked in through an unlocked kitchen door at a house in Sickle Holme Court, Bradley, and escaped in the victim's silver Volvo, registration number N784 GBW.
If anyone sees any of these stolen cars they should contact police.