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Burglary Alert in Hollis Road and Harley Street

Alert message sent 11/09/2019 11:30:00

Information sent on behalf of West Mids Police

Dear Resident,

There have been two burglaries reported on Hollis Road and an attempted burglary on Harley Street.

Offenders have gained entry to a property on Hollis Road by climbing through an insecure rear window.  They have then stolen property from within including keys to a silver Nissan Almero which has also been taken.  This occurred at some point between 11pm on Tuesday, September 3 and 4.20am on Wednesday, September 4. The reference number for this incident is 20CV/209844M/19

Another burglary was reported a few days later on Hollis Road where offenders have smashed a rear window to gain entry before entering and stealing property from within.  This occurred at some point between 9am on Sunday, September 8 and 7.50am on Monday, September 9. The reference number for this incident is 20CV/213971P/19.

There was also an attempted burglary at an address in Harley Street where offenders have damaged a lock on a back door as they have tried to gain entry.  This occurred at some point between 2am and 6am on Monday, September 2.  The reference number for this incident is 20CV/211616F/19

Police are carrying out enquiries into these incidents.

If you have any information about any of these incidents or have CCTV that you believe has captured footage that may be of relevance then please call 101 or report via our online live chat quoting the reference numbers detailed above.

For information on simple measures you can take to help prevent becoming a victim of burglary please click here

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Stoke and Wyken Neighbourhood Policing Team
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Matthew Chater (Police, PCSO, Upper Stoke, Lower Stoke, Wyken)

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