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Gloucester Crime roundup

Alert message sent 01/07/2020 15:24:00

Information sent on behalf of Neighbourhood Watch

A flat in Berkeley Street  was entered between 3pm and 7.30pm on 29th June.  There was no evidence of forced entry and a smart watch and an Alexa Echo was stolen.

Two bikes were stolen from a shed in Massey Road overnight on 29th and 30th June.  One was a white, red and blue “Specialized” bike and the other as an orange “Orange” bike. The shed door was damaged to gain entry.

Two cars parked on the owners driveway in Gambier Parry Gardens were entered over night on 30th June and 1st July.  Various items were taken from the glove boxes.  The vehicles were not damaged.

A van was entered in Midsummer Walk in Hempsted overnight on 26th and 27th June.  The van was searched but nothing was stolen.

The rear passenger door of a car parked in Russell Street in the city was smashed overnight on 25th and 26th June.  Bankcards and cash was stolen from the car and the cards were later used by the thieves in local stores.
The number plates and some parts were taken from two vans parked at Gloucestershire Royal Hospital sometime between 26th and 28th June.

Please call 101 if you have any information regarding these crimes or saw or heard any unusual activity in the area. When you call please quote incident number shown above.  Alternatively report information on line at

If you see or hear anything suspicious report it straight away to 101 or online and if you believe a crime is being committed then dial 999. You can also report information regarding criminal activity anonymously to Crime Stoppers by ringing 0800 555111.

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Bob Lloyd (Police, Neighbourhood Watch Officer, Gloucestershire)

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