Patrols were stepped up for a second weekend at rural Peak District car parks as part of a campaign to reduce crime.
Officers from the Hathersage Safer Neighbourhood Policing Team joined forces with South Yorkshire Police to visit car parks around Stanage Edge, Ringinglow and Hathersage.
The patrols, which took place on Friday, September 7 and Saturday, September 8 form part of Operation Python, which is being run to target car crime at beauty spots in the area.
Advice on vehicle security was offered to motorists and the team checked the car parks for suspicious activity.
Similar patrols were carried out by both forces in the area during the August bank holiday weekend.
PCSO Anthony Boswell of the Hathersage Safer Neighbourhood Policing Team said: "We regularly patrol the area, but this is the second time we have worked with neighbourhood officers from South Yorkshire Police to jointly target rural car parks.
"It is really important that visitors take on board advice about not leaving valuables in their vehicles and making sure they are secure as unattended cars can be targeted by thieves.”
Further joint patrols will be carried out over the next few months as part of Operation Python.
To report suspicious activity or if you have any information about crime call 101, the police non-emergency number or contact Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.
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