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Burglaries in the Forest

Alert message sent 08/11/2019 13:55:00

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This is a Neighbourhood Watch message from Chrissie Parkes.
There have been four burglaries between the 5th and 6th of November.
A property in the Lydney road area of Bream was broken into around 8.05pm when the occupant is thought to have disturbed the intruders. Entry was gained by forcing a downstairs window. An untidy search was carried out and Jewellery taken.
A property in St James Park area of Milkwall was broken into between 3.45pm and 8.20pm. Entry was gained by forcing a window, an untidy search was made. Jewellery and cash were stolen.
A property in the Forest Road area of Milkwall was broken into on the evening of the 5th of November. The occupant was in the property at the time. A search was carried out of the bedroom and a gold sovereign pendant has been taken.
 A property in the Wyebank Road area of Tutshill was broken into between 3.15pm and 6.00pm on the 6th of November. An untidy search has been made and a large amount of jewellery stolen.
Please be aware and if you have any information regarding these incidents please report it to the police on 101

Alternatively you can pass the information by completing this form: https://www.gloucestershire.police.uk/contact-us/tell-us-about-something/

You can also ring Crime Stoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111
This is the end of the message.

Chrissie Parkes
Neighbourhood Watch Field Officer
Forest LPA
Gloucestershire Constabulary
Police Station Lords Hill|Coleford|Glos|GL168BG
Tel: 101 / 01452 753784
Twitter - @Forest Police

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Chrissie Parkes (Police, Neighbourhood Watch Officer, Gloucestershire)

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