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Crime Update

Alert message sent 16/12/2019 15:49:00

Information sent on behalf of Hampshire Constabulary

Dear Resident,
Please see below a weekly crime report for the Civil Parishes of Liss, Hawkley, Greatham, Froxfield & Privett, Steep, Stroud and Colemore & Priors Dean.
Week Commencing – Monday 9th December to Sunday 15th December 2019:
09/12/19 – Between 07:15 – 13:45hrs
Winchester Road, Stroud.
Ref No: 44190443962
During the stated times person(s) unknown have gained access to residential property by smashing rear glass patio door. The keys to a black BMW 1 series WN12 RXZ  have been taken and the vehicle stolen.  At present it does not appear that any other property has been stolen
09/12/19 - Overnight between 00:00 – 18:58hrs
Winchester Road, Stroud.
Ref No: 44190444306
During the times stated person(s) unknown have gained access to property by smashing rear ground floor window. At this time nothing has been reported as stolen.
11/12/19 – Overnight between 18:00 – 01:30hrs
Selbourne (Edge of the Liss patch)
Ref No: 44190445910
During times stated unknown person(s) have gained access to a residential property, completed an untidy search and have stolen the home owner’s car. The vehicle stolen is Toyota Land Cruiser – colour grey. Registration number HN 66 PPO  
11/12/19  -  Overnight between 16:00 - 10:15hrs
Parish Office - Liss.
Ref No: 44190444801
Shed broken into and entry gained – nothing taken.
09/12/19 – Overnight between 21:00 - 05:30hrs  
Willow Road, Liss
Ref No:  44190443282
Theft of Ford Transit van from outside the address – registration number SE 57 EAC
09/12/19 Overnight between 21:00 - 05:30hrs
Ref No: 44190443623
Trailer stolen from location.    
If you have any information that may assist us with any of these crimes, please call 101 and quote the reference number. Alternatively you can call Crimestoppers on 0800-555 111 and pass on any information anonymously.
Please use this an opportunity to review your home security measures particularly now the evenings are darker. For further crime prevention advice please follow this link:

Regards, John.
Message sent by
John Payne (Police, PCSO, East Ha)

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