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Burglary round up for Gloucester

Alert message sent 11/02/2020 12:19:00

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There was an attempt to force a garage at a house in Purslane Close in Robinswood between 6.30am and 11.30pm on 5th February.  The garage door was badly damaged but entry was nor gained. Incident 506 of 5th February refers.

The rear conservatory door was smashed at a house in Fosse Close in Abbeymead sometime between 9.30am and 7.20pm on 5th February.  The side gate had also been forced to give access to the rear garden. An untidy search was made of the house and it seems that jewellery is missing from the house.  Incident 387 of 5th February refers.

One male was arrested following a burglary in Stonechat Avenue in Abbeydale.  An attempt was made to steal the occupant’s car during the early hours of 5th February, but a neighbour disturbed the offenders who fled from the area. A TV and other property was stolen from the house. Incident 35 of 5th February refers.

An unoccupied house in Honeythorn Close, Hempsted was entered sometime between 3rd and 9th February and a set of house and car keys stolen.  Fortunately the car itself was not stolen. Incident 554 of 9th February refers.

Noises that occurred sometime during the night of 3rd and 4th February, disturbed the occupants of a house in Slaney Street.  They later discovered that the back door had been unlocked and the cat flap smashed.  The house was not entered and nothing has been stolen. Incident 233 of 4th February refers.

A shed at a house Little Normans in Longlevens was entered overnight on 8th and 9th February.  The shed door was forced open, the shed searched and things moved around but nothing was stolen. Incident 215 of 9th February refers.

The noise of the front door being forced at 7.30pm on 5th February alerted the occupants of a house in Wellsprings Road, Longlevens.  They immediately went to the door but could see anyone when they looked out into the street.  The door frame was damaged by this attack.  The occupants had no internal lights showing to the front of the house which may have led the offenders to believe there was no one at home. Incident 391 of 5th February refers.

Homes left in darkness while unoccupied are still attracting attention from thieves so please consider leaving a light to come on, using a time switch, as soon as daylight fades.

If you have any information regarding these crimes, please contact the police by calling 101 .  Please quote the incident number given above when you call.  You can also report information on line by clicking here https://www.gloucestershire.police.uk/contact/af/contact-us/contact-us-to-discuss-something-else/

You can also report information regarding criminal activity anonymously to Crime Stoppers by ringing 0800 555111.

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