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Burglaries in the Alwoodley area

Alert message sent 28/10/2019 12:42:00

Information sent on behalf of West Yorkshire Police


Afternoon everyone,
Just to make you aware of three reported burglaries over the weekend period in the Alwoodley ward area. Please find details below:
1) Attempt burglary within the Tall Trees area. Occurred between 03.55 and 04.00 on 25/10/2019. At time and date stated unknown suspect/s have walked up the drive of location and gained entry into insecure motor vehicle but have not stolen anything from inside. After doing this the male has attempted to gain entry through the front door by trying the door handle. Having been unsuccessful the suspect/s leave the area unseen. Reference number 13190549701.
2) Burglary within the Sunningdale Avenue area. Occurred between 18.40 and 23.10 on 25/10/2019. At time and date stated unknown suspect/s have gained entry into location via an upstairs rear bedroom window that has been left open. Item removed then make off unseen in unknown direction. Reference number 13190549873.
3) Attempt burglary within the Meadow Way area. Occurred between 17/10/2019 and 26/10/2019. Between dates stated unknown suspect/s have approached the rear back door and kitchen window and using a spade caused damage in an attempt to gain entry. Entry has not been gained, suspect/s then make off in unseen and unknown direction. Reference number 13190550389.

If anyone should have any information or CCTV which may assist with our enquiries please contact 101 quoting the relevant crime reference number above or via our webchat service on the West Yorkshire Police website.
Please see the below crime prevention information with regards to garden security and burglary prevention.

Thankyou in advance.


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

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