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Gloucester Burglary update

Alert message sent 22/10/2021 11:48:00

Information sent on behalf of Neighbourhood Watch

A set of golf clubs and a selection of power tools were stolen from a garage at a house in Lavington Drive in Longlevens.  The up and over garage door was damaged in order to get into the garage.  This crime took place sometime between 14th and 19th October while the occupants were away from home.

A black and red Boardman mountain bike was stolen from a rear garden shed of a house in Eastern Avenue, near the Chequers Road Junction.  This theft occurred between 16th and 20th October and unfortunately the shed had been left unlocked.

Sheds and garages remain a popular target for thieves with power tools and bikes being particularly sought after.  This type of property can be marked easily with a forensic marking product such as SmartWater or SelectaDNA which makes the marked item less attractive to the thief.  They are also very effective for marking any jewellery, computer equipment, mobile phones etc. Neighbourhood Watch scheme members in Gloucestershire can get a significant discount on the retail price of these products so if you would like further details contact this office on 01452 752086 or reply to this message.

If you have any information regarding these particular incidents then please call 101.  Alternatively you can report the information at

You can report information about criminal activity anonymously to CrimeStoppers by calling 0800 555111 or online at

Please report any suspicious activity straight away and if you believe a crime is being committed dial 999 immediately.
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Bob Lloyd (Police, Neighbourhood Watch Officer, Gloucestershire)

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