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Burglaries in Twyning and Tewkesbury

Alert message sent 17/12/2019 17:09:00

Information sent on behalf of Neighbourhood Watch


A house in Twyning Green, Twyning was entered sometime between 11am and 6.30pm on Saturday 14th December.  The offenders forced the rear patio doors to gain entry and conducted a messy search.  We have no detail of any property stolen at this stage.

A burglary also occurred in Beaufort Place in Tewkesbury between 4.30pm and 9.15pm on 12th December where the offenders smashed the glass to a side door using an ornament from the garden.  They were then able to reach a key left in the lock to open the door.  There is no apparent search of the house and nothing is missing so it is possible the offenders were disturbed by occupants returning home.

If you saw anything suspicious or have any information that may be relevant, please contact the police by calling 101 and quote incident number 382 of 14th December for Twyning and incident 412 on 12th December for Beaufort Place.  You can also report information by clicking on this link 

Houses left in darkness while you are at work, out for the evening or on holiday are particularly vulnerable to thieves prowling around looking for opportunities to commit crime.  Please use time switches on lights to give the impression someone is at home even when the house unoccupied.  Please consider the security at the rear of your homes as patio doors are particularly vulnerable, and are a favourite point of entry for burglars as demonstrated earlier in this message. More detailed advice can be obtained from here

You can also report information regarding criminal activity anonymously to Crime Stoppers by ringing 0800 555111.

You can now report crimes and incidents online through the Gloucestershire Constabulary's new website

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Bob Lloyd (Police, Neighbourhood Watch Officer, Gloucestershire)

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