This message is dated Friday 10th August 2018 for Ascot.
7/8 - 8/8 Tuesday 4 p.m. / Wednesday 5.30 a.m. Golf Club. Ridgemount Road. 2 waste bins and grass nearby set on fire.
10/8 Friday 7.45 a.m. College, Buckhurst Road. Burglary. Refectory building broken into. Entry via broken window. Safe stolen. Thieves usually discard these somewhere after breaking them open. If you are out walking a dog or in local woodlands, can you keep your eyes open.
ASCOT & SOUTH ASCOT:
NO CRIME TO REPORT.
NO CRIME TO REPORT.
FIRST: can I thank all of you that contribute to ‘MEMBERS’ COMMENTS’. I get dozens of emails from members, saying how grateful they are and how much they really appreciate the advice and experiences from other members. It is a constant reminder to keep on their toes and remain alert. - So - Thank you to you all out there - it really works - we can all help each other !
THEN: from Malcolm:
Just to say, I just had a call from “Jenny at BT Openreach” regarding my internet. I terminated the call immediately.
They don’t give up do they!
I’ve also had several calls with an American female recorded voice claiming my internet is about to be cut off “press one now”. The fact the threat comes several times without any consequences, says it all.
NEXT: from Sue
We have just had a scam call ‘International ‘ of course, but with a very British voice, claiming to be from BT about internet security.
We batted him off by refusing to answer any security questions, until he could explain why he was calling. No surprises - he rang off.
What was disturbing was how convincing he sounded. Can you warn others please?
Eyes and Ears..........and Brain.
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