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Appeal for information following burglary near Bishops Cleeve

Alert message sent 29/11/2019 13:20:00

Information sent on behalf of Neighbourhood Watch


Please note the following press release from Gloucestershire Constabulary

Police Officers are appealing for information about a burglary near Bishop's Cleeve on Thursday 28 November.

Cash and jewellery were taken from a home just off the A435 Evesham Road, close to the village of Oxenton, between 9.40am and 10.20am.

Police are particularly keen to identify two black men and a white man seen in the area at the time who may be linked to the case.

It is believed that the suspects were parked up in Bozard Lane prior to the burglary and given the busy nature of the A435, officers would also like motorists who passed the area at the time to check dashcam footage and call 101 if they identify any clips that may be relevant.

Alternatively clips can be uploaded to a file sharing website and the link emailed to force.controlroom@gloucestershire.police.uk.  

Anyone with information should also call 101 and quote incident 260 of 28 November or, if wishing to remain anonymous, the independent crime fighting charity Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.

Information can also be submitted via our online form: www.gloucestershire.police.uk/contact-us/tell-us-about-something/

Details of our current autumn/winter burglary campaign and measures you can take to make your home as protected as possible can be found
here: www.gloucestershire.police.uk/campaigns/burglary/

Officers will be at nearby Stoke Orchard Community Centre between 10am and 3pm on Sunday 1 December to give crime prevention advice.

Residents can talk to  local officers about home security and any policing concerns as well as purchase heavily discounted forensic marking liquids while stocks last.

Free timer switch devices are also available when you sign up to Your Community Alerts.
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Bob Lloyd (Police, Neighbourhood Watch Officer, Gloucestershire)

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