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Burglaries up to 19th Feb for Charlton kings Leckhampton Fairview

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Burglaries up to 19th Feb Charlton Kings, Leckhampton Fairview Areas



Overnight of the 12th 13th Feb. a child’s mountain bike in black & green was stolen from the rear of a house in Haywards Lane, Inc. 103 13-02-2020
Charlton Kings

Between 8th &13th Feb a house in Bafford Approach was entered by smashing the rear patio doors. Premises searched but it is not known at this time what, if anything has been stolen. Inc. 311 13-02-2020 Leckhampton

Reported at 4am on 14th Feb that a male had been disturbed at the rear of a house in Hewlett Road following a dog being disturbed and barking. Male ran towards Birkhampstead School where he was seen to get into a vehicle similar to an Audi A3 and flee the area.  No entry gained, nothing stolen but it is possible that the BMW on the driveway was a target with attempted break in an attempt to steal the keys. Inc. 31 14-02-2020  Fairview


Between 28th Jan & 3.15pm on 14th Feb Whitefield House on Harp Hill was entered by forcing a rear window. Two TV’s have been stolen with the house being searched through. Inc. 306 14-02-2020 Charlton kings


Reported that at 9.15pm on 14th Feb that an offender had entered a house in Charlton Court Road by smashing a rear conservatory door glass pane. House appeared to be in darkness but owner was asleep, woke up when offender entered bedroom, the offender was challenged and then ran from the house as they had entered. Nothing stolen. Charlton Kings Inc. 488 14-02-2020


Overnight of the 15th 16th Feb between midnight & 8.15am  a house in Copt Elm Road was entered firstly by attempting to force a front window with a flat bladed instrument which was unsuccessful. A second attempt was made on a side window which was successful and entry gained. Keys were stolen from an insecure key locker together with two handbags containing bank cards etc.
One vehicle was stolen from the driveway which has yet to be recovered. Keys to two other cars also stolen but not the cars. Inc. 133 16-02-2020 Charlton Kings


Between 9am & 11.20am 17th Feb a house in Copt Elm Road was entered by smashing the glass in the back door. Bedrooms searched with jewellery and a lap top being stolen. Inc. 170  17-02-2020 Charlton Kings

Reported at 8am on 16th Feb that the Meadow Café Old Bath Road had been entered by smashing a window overnight. A micro wave and coffee grinder have been stolen and a crow bar left behind on the floor. Inc. 131 16-02-2020
Leckhampton


Make sure that your house is secure when you are out even in the garden.
Be aware of items that can be used to smash windows or force entry to your house and prevent access to the rear of your property wherever possible.
Please secure car keys out of sight when in the house, because as can be seen from the above, thieves are breaking into houses solely to find the keys for cars parked on the driveway as it is much easier to steal cars with the keys than any other method.

If you have any information about the above incidents or the property stolen contact the Police on 101 or via e mail at:- https://www.gloucestershire.police.uk/contact/af/contact-us/contact-us-to-discuss-something-else/ using the above incident number.

Any and all information can be given anonymously through Crime Stoppers on 0800 555 111

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Simon Bailey (Police, Neighbourhood Watch Officer, Glouce)

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