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Vehicle Crime Update for Gloucester

Alert message sent 18/06/2020 12:25:00

Information sent on behalf of Neighbourhood Watch

Here is an update of vehicle related crime reported around Gloucester over the last 2 weeks or so.

An opportunist thief stole a handbag containing cash from the open boot of a car parked in Gloucester Cemetery at around 2.15pm on 17th June. 

Just after midnight today, 18th June, a man was disturbed trying to enter a vehicle in Pembury Road.  He ran off towards Stroud Road.  The vehicle was undamaged and nothing was stolen.

A man who smashed a window of a van parked in Hempsted Lane ran off towards the city centre when disturbed by a passer-by.  This occurred at 3.30pm on 15th June. Nothing was stolen from the van.

A wallet was taken from a car parked in Conduit Street overnight on 14th and 15th June. No damage was caused as the car had a faulty door lock.

A car parked near Prinknash Abbey was entered between midday and 3pm on 14th June.  A pair of binoculars was stolen.

A car was entered in Lysons Avenue overnight on 12th/13th June, and a wallet stolen.  The same night a phone charger was taken from a car parked in Howard Street.

The number plates were taken off a car parked in Bruton Way sometime between 9th and 11th June.

A suspect male was seen trying car doors in Neven Place in the Podsmead area during the early hours of 2nd June. 
If you have any information regarding these crimes, please call the police by ringing 101.  Alternatively report it online at    

Remember to report suspicious activity you see immediately by calling 101 and if you believe a crime is taking place then dial 999 straight away.

You can also report information anonymously to Crime Stoppers by calling 0800 555111.

Please remember to remove all valuables from your vehicle whenever you leave it unattended even if its just for a few moments.

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Bob Lloyd (Police, Neighbourhood Watch Officer, Gloucestershire)

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