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Burglary Report 21st Sept

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Burglary Report 21st September


Dear Citizen

Leckhampton Road, near to Ewlyn Road overnight of 15th 16th Sept, entry gained by forcing side downstairs window. Keys to vehicle on driveway found on kitchen table, exit was through the rear patio window. Car stolen from the driveway. Vehicle subsequently recovered in St Marys Square Gloucester. Inc. 66  16-09-2021 Leckhampton

Main Road, Shurdington, near to Leckhampton Lane at approx. 2.42am 17th Sept rear window smashed the gain entry. Cupboards in kitchen opened, car keys found and taken, also a wallet containing cash and bank cards. Vehicle stolen from the driveway using the keys which was subsequently recovered in Kingsholm, Gloucester. Inc. 55 17-09-2021 Leckhampton/Up Hatherley

Gratton Road near to Suffolf St. - 2am 18th Sept, offenders disturbed having forced ground floor windows to gain entry. House holder awoken to due to noise. Officers attended, two adjoining premises found to have been entered. Car keys and purses stolen, but no vehicles on this occasion. Inc. 45 18-09-2021 Tivoli

Always lock your doors and windows when you leave your house, even if it is only to go into the garden but also when you retire to bed. Do not leave keys in locks close to glass which when smashed allows access to the keys to gain entry.

As you can see above we are seeing break ins purely to find keys to vehicles on driveways. Car keys are very valuable and are the easiest way to steal a car so please lock them away and keep them secure when they are not in use and do not forget the spare keys. Also keyless entry car keys must be kept in a tin box or a signal blocker pouch to prevent their signal being recorded. For information on pouches please contact myself on 01452 754630 or via e mail at simon.bailey@gloucestershire.pnn.police.uk

If you have any information regarding the above incidents or the property stolen then please call 101 and quote incident number given.  Alternatively you can report the information at https://www.gloucestershire.police.uk/tua/tell-us-about/soh/something-youve-seen-or-heard/

You can report information about any criminal activity anonymously to CrimeStoppers by calling 0800 555111 or online at  https://crimestoppers-uk.org/give-information/forms/pre-form

New Face Book Group for Neighbourhood Watch Coordinators:-
https://www.facebook.com/groups/CheltenhamNHWCoordinators/

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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