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Burglary and Theft in Hucclecote and Abbeymead

Alert message sent 29/11/2019 13:37:00

Information sent on behalf of Neighbourhood Watch

A house in Porchester Road, Hucclecote was entered between the hours of 7.15pm and 9.45pm on the evening of 28th November.  The thieves approached the house via the side gate and forced entry by smashing the glass to the rear patio doors.  A quantity of cash and a wedding veil was stolen following an untidy search of the house.

Please consider the security at the rear of your homes as patio doors are particularly vulnerable, and are a favourite point of entry for burglars.  Also, remember to always remove the keys from the inside of any glazed or partially glazed external door when you go out, go on holiday or go away for the weekend, as thieves will use the key to gain entry if they can see it through the glass.

A wallet and mobile phone we stolen from a van parked in Appleton Way between midday and 2pm on 26th November.  The window on the van was forced open.

Also a selection of power tools were stolen from a van parked in Carwardine Fields in Abbeymead  on the night of 24th and 25th November.

Remember to remove all valuables from your vehicle whenever you leave it unattended even if it is for a very short time.  It only takes a few moments for a thief to force or break a car or van window and remove property.

Please call 101 if you have any information regarding these crimes or saw or heard any unusual activity in the area. Alternatively report information on line at https://www.gloucestershire.police.uk/do-it-online/report-a-crime-or-provide-information-anonymously/report-a-crime-or-incident/

Please report any suspicious activity straight away using the 101 number or dial 999 if a crime is taking place. You can also report information regarding criminal activity anonymously to Crime Stoppers by ringing 0800 555111.

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Bob Lloyd (Police, Neighbourhood Watch Officer, Gloucestershire)

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