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Incidents in Alvington

Alert message sent 06/01/2020 11:38:00

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This is a Neighbourhood Watch message from Chrissie Parkes.
There have been 7 incidents in Alvington occurring on the night of the 4th of January listed below.
A shed was broken into at a property on the Main Road and a mountain bike and Karacher pressure washer with a combined value of £3667.00 were stolen. Entry was gained by forcing the shed door.
A vehicle was broken into in the Main Road area between 23.50 on the 4th and 06.00 on the 5th. Entry was gained by smashing the window. A small black shoulder bag was taken.
A vehicle was broken into in Garlands Road, the back passenger window was broken and a ruck sack containing tools with a value of £2000.00 was stolen.
A garage was broken into in Church lane, nothing was taken.
A garage on the main road was entered by forcing the door, again nothing was taken.
 There was an attempt to break into a garage at a property in Church Lane. No entry was gained
A shed was broken into at a property in Knapp Lane but nothing was taken.
The police are interested in a male approximately 40years of age, stocky build wearing a baseball cap, waterproof jacket and jeans who was seen in the area.

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/af/contact-us/contact-us-to-discuss-something-else/

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
 
www.gloucestershire.police.uk
Twitter - @Forest Police


 
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