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Burglaries in local area

Alert message sent 18/02/2020 11:51:00

Information sent on behalf of West Mids Police

Good Morning All.

Unfortunately there have been a number of burglaries in close proximity to Oakhurst Road, Acocks Green in February:-

Oakhill Crescent, Acocks Green – 3rd February 2020 between 8.00 A.M. and 8.20 P.M. (insecure rear window).

Leysdown Road, Acocks Green – 4th February 2020 between 12.01 A.M. and 7.19 A.M. (front door locked snapped).

Oakhurst Road, Acocks Green – 6th February 2020 between 2.00 P.M. and 8.06 P.M. (forced rear window).

Oakhurst Road, Acocks Green – 6th February 2020 between 6.00 P.M. and 6.45 P.M. (window removed).

Oakhurst Road, Acocks Green – 15th February 2020 between 5.00 P.M. and 7.00 P.M. (forced rear door).

If you were passing this location and saw anything unusual please reply to this message in kind.

Please can you ensure that all windows and doors are securely locked before leaving the premises. Also if you have garden tools please ensure that these are locked and not left exposed in gardens. Offenders will often utilise victim’s own tools to gain entry into premises.

You may want to view the West Midlands Police page which has a “virtual reality” tool to assist with your home security. Unfortunately at this time of year burglaries can increase so please view the link below.


Also see the below url for further advice:-


Regards PCSO John Ludford
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John Ludford (Police, PCSO, Yardley)

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