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BURGLARY ALERT

Alert message sent 24/10/2019 14:21:00

Information sent on behalf of West Mids Police


Dear resident,

Together with the comming of darker nights a spike of burglaries has emerged around the PERRY HALL PARK area.

The first incident  on KINGSDOWN AVENUE happened on 15/10/2019 around 04:305hrs. Multiple offenders attempted to gain access to the property by kicking the front door of the property. The offenders damaged the front door and made good their escape.

If you saw or heard anything or have any information about the above incident please call our non emergency number 101, quoting the reference number 20BW/245906L/19.

The second incident on ROCKY LANE happened on 18/10/2019 around 03:10hrs. Multiple offenders gained access to the property by kicking the front door of the property. The offenders were disturbed by the residents and made good their escape.

If you saw or heard anything or have any information about the above incident please call our non emergency number 101, quoting the reference number 20BW/246229Y/19.

The third incident on PERRY AVENUE happened on 22/10/2019 between 12:00hrs and 19:05hrs. Offenders gained access to the rear of the property and smashed the glass on the rear door to gain entry.  Property was stolen and the offenders made good their escape.

If you saw or heard anything or have any information about the above incident please call our non emergency number 101, quoting the reference number 20BW/250188J/19.

The fourth incident on DORRINGTON ROAD happened on 23/10/2019 between 01:35hrs and 01:50hrs. The offenders removed the panel on the front UPVC door and gained acess to the property. At this moment nothing has been reported to have been stolen. Offenders made good their escape.

If you saw or heard anything or have any information about the above incident please call our non emergency number 101, quoting the reference number 20BW/250348C​​​​​​​/19.

The Perry Barr and Oscott NHT will attempt to carry out more frequent high visibility and plain clothes patrols in the area as a measure of crime prevention. 

To find out more about how to secure your property and belongings please access the online CRIME PREVENTION HANDBOOK via the following link:
https://www.west-midlands.police.uk/crime-prevention 

You will be able to access prevention advice about:
 
Business burglary 
Distraction burglary
Residential burglary 
Mobile phone theft 
Robbery and theft 
Stalking
Theft from motor vehicle 
Theft of motor vehicle
Track 'n' Trace

If you suspect any suspicious or out of ordinary behaviour you can take the following measures: Check vehicle's registration number through DVLA  by using the following link: https://www.gov.uk/check-vehicle-tax. If the vehicle does not match the description, or has been untaxed for a long period of time please contact 101 or call CrimeStoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111. Alternatively, visit our website for crime prevention advice or to report a crime by using our intelligent search service or Web-Chat at: www.west-midlands.police.uk.

Consider starting or joining a Neighbourhood Watch Scheme or joining the Street Watch Scheme  by sending an email to Streetwatch@west-midlands.pnn.police.uk

Encourage your neighbours to sign up to WMNow for regular updates from your local police. www.wmnow.co.uk

Best regards,
Your Local Neighbourhood Police Team
Message sent by
Alex Filip (Police, PCSO, Perry Barr and Oscott NPU)

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