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Crime Update to 23rd April

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Crime update to 23rd April
Burglaries
Gretton Road, Gotherington between 11am 13th & 5pm 16th April an insecure garden shed was entered and selected items stolen including a various power tools and a number of bottles of alcohol. Inc 182 17-04-2021

Digby Road, Tewkesbury, between overnight of 21st 22nd April house entered by smashing a glass panel in the rear door inserting hand and releasing key left in lock. Messy search of premises conducted. Not known at this time what if anything has been stolen. Inc. 207 22-04-2021

Thefts from Motor Vehicles
Lynworth Lane, Twyning, between 10th April & 1pm 16th April, a Mazda MX5 was attacked by being jacked up on one side and cutting the catalytic converter off. Inc. 305 16-04-2021

Villa Farm, Elmstone Hardwicke, reported at 1.40am 20th April, report of a caravan being stolen and being towed away by a 4 x 4 vehicle, last seen heading towards Stoke Orchard. Vehicle and caravan stopped near to Teddington roundabout, with one male arrested. Caravan recovered intact. Inc. 28 20-04-2021

Do not leave keys in window and door locks close to glass which if smashed gives access to the keys.
Things to consider for vehicles subject to catalytic converter thefts when a garage is not available:- 
Park vehicles close to walls and garages where gaining access to the underneath of the vehicle is more difficult.
Purchasing catalytic converter covers or clamps which are widely available and offer protection. Consider CCTV, security lights and alarms where possible.

If you have any information on the above incidents or the property stolen please contact the Police on 101 or use the following link:-

https://www.gloucestershire.police.uk/tua/tell-us-about/soh/something-youve-seen-or-heard/ using the above incident number.

Any and all information can be given anonymously through Crime Stoppers on 0800 555 111

This is the end of the message, Thank You and Please stay safe.

 
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Simon Bailey (Police, Neighbourhood Watch Officer, Glouce)

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