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Crime Update

Alert message sent 02/01/2020 15:03:00

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Good Afternoon,

Please see the latest crime update for the Tettenhall Wightwick area:

20WV/517J/20 - Westacre Crescent, Castlecroft. Burglary Residential. Between 00:15 hours and 09:48 hours on 31/12/2019, offenders have snapped the rear door lock of the property. Keys to owners BMW, along with a wallet, credit/debit cards and front door key were all stolen. Offenders have made off in owners car.

Below are some good websites for general crime prevention advice:


Check your UPVC or Euro cylinder door lock to see if it is snap resistant. It should be stamped with a three star Kite Mark. If it is not, get the lock changed to either a SS312 Diamond Approved Cylinder, TS007 3 Star Kitemarked Cylinder, or a 1 Star Cylinder with 2 Star handle for maximum protection. For more information contact the Master Locksmiths Association.

Please have a look at the attached you tube link it will help when replacing existing locks https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ARAWQTh50RE

If anybody has any information that would assist the Police please call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111 or call 101 or you can now report online using our Live Chat facility which is available everyday between 8am and Midnight by clicking on www.west-midlands.police.uk then click on live chat at the side of the page.

Kind Regards,

31362 PCSO Rance | Neighbourhood Policing Officer
Wolverhampton NPU | West Midlands Police
T: 101 (ext. 871 6008)

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