The silver Subaru Forester AWD was stolen from Stour Vale in Stoke Road on Saturday evening.
Petrol was stolen after break-ins at numerous allotment sheds across south Suffolk between Friday and Saturday.
Archery equipment, diesel and petrol fuel was stolen, after thieves broke into the scout hut and store sheds at the Boxford Spinney.
The theft of between 40 and 60 koi carp fish occurred overnight between Saturday and Sunday at a residential property in Bridewell Street.
Cash and valuables were stolen in a pair of burglaries in the Sudbury area, with homeowners urged to take extra precautions to deter would-be thieves.
All four men have been remanded and they are scheduled to appear at Chelmsford Magistrates’ Court on Friday, January 10.
The intruders broke into a business unit based on a farm in Middleton, which is leased by Bateman & Brown Tree Surgery.
The victims – a man and a woman – were approached in Quay Lane by two males, who threatened them with a bladed weapon and demanded their belongings.
The six businesses targeted included the Co-operative stores in Canhams Road, Great Cornard, and High Street, Hadleigh.
Kevin O’Connell discovered the doors on his car had been vandalised with gouges and scratches while parked in a disabled bay outside his home.
A thief broke in between 9.40pm on Sunday and 1.20pm on Monday, before smashing open gaming machines and two safes to steal the cash.