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Alert message sent 07/01/2020 08:36:00

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Good morning here is the latest crime for the Tettenhall Regis area....

Lothians Road Tettenhall Burglary Residential. Offenders have gained access to property via the front door and have taken a wacker machine worth £1000. This happened between 26/12/2019 13.00hrs-02/01/2020 11.40hrs.

Danescourt Cemetery. Theft from motor Vehicle. Offenders have stolen a handbag containing drivers licence, bank cards, mobile phone whilst attending a family grave. This happened on 4/01/2020 at 13.00hrs.

Mancroft Road. Theft from motor vehicle. Offenders gained access by unknown means and stole money and thank you cards from within the boot. This happened between 22.00hrs 05/01/2020- 12.06hrs 06/01/2020.

Cornwall Road. Burglary Residential. This happened between 12.00hrs-04.00hrs 06/01/2020.Various electrical items were stolen.

Regina Crescent. Burglary Residential. This happened between 12.30am- 3.00am on 06/01/2020. Electrical items stolen. Entry was via the back door.

Alameda Gardens Theft of motor Vehicle Black Landrover discovery BD58 KKG. This happened between 01.00hrs-09.00hrs 06/01/2020. The vehicle was stolen without keys.

Here are some good websites for crime prevention advice especially now the darker nights are upon us.


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

You can also follow Tettenhall Neighbourhood Team on Twitter at https://twitter.com/TettenhallWMP for all the latest advice and alerts.

PCSO Helen Denyer 30161
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Helen Denyer (Police, PCSO, Penn, Merry Hill, Tettenhall Regis and Tettenhall Wightwick)

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