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Burglaries in the Wetherby area

Alert message sent 23/10/2019 11:49:00

Information sent on behalf of West Yorkshire Police

Morning everyone,
Just to make you aware of some reported burglaries in the Wetherby area over the weekend period. Please find details below:
1) Attempt burglary in the Nursery Way area. Occurred between 22.00 on 20/10/2019 and 07.00 on 21/10/2019. Between times stated unknown suspect/s have entered victims garden via a neighbouring garden. They have snapped the Euro profile locks on the UPVC patio doors. Sash jammers HAVE PREVENTED ENTRY and the suspect/s have made off empty handed. Reference number 13190540773.
2) Burglary in the Lyndon Square area. Occurred between 03.30 and 03.45 on 21/10/2019. Between times stated unknown suspect/s have snapped Euro profile door lock to gain entry. Suspect/s have then entered property and taken keys for vehicle then taken the vehicle and made off from the area. Reference number 13190540237. The vehicle has now been found and recovered by owner.
3) Burglary in the Grove Crescent area. Occurred between 20.30 on 20/10/2019 and 06.20 on 21/10/2019. Between times stated unknown suspect/s damage two security lights and then gain entry to house by drilling out the lock on the upvc side door. The offender searches the downstairs of the property to find the car keys. Then makes off with vehicle which is parked on victims driveway. Reference number 13190540343.

If anyone should have any information or CCTV which may assist with our enquiries please contact 101 quoting the relevant above crime reference numbers or via our webchat service on the West Yorkshire Police website.

Please also see crime prevention advice below with regards to door locks and home security. As you can see from the 1st burglary sash jammers are an excellent deterrent which prevent offenders from entering your property.

Thankyou in advance.

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Adele Fox (Police,Neighbourhood Support Officer ,North East Leeds)

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