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Burglaries up to 18th March

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Burglaries up to 18th March

Overnight of the 10th 11th March and insecure house in Naunton Park Road was entered via the back door. Car keys to a vehicle on the drive way were stolen as was the vehicle. It was subsequently found outside Cheltenham General Hospital. Inc. 89 11-03-2020 Leckhampton

Reported at 5.05pm on 11th March that sometime in the last three days a house in Old Reddings Road had been entered by forcing the rear door. Premise were searched but it is not known at this time what if anything has been stolen. Inc. 364 11-03-2020 Benhall

Between 11am & 6pm on 11th March a flat at The Park was entered by smashing a window in the rear door. A full search of the premises resulted in the theft of jewellery and watches. Inc. 410 11-03-2020 Tivoli

Between 3pm 11th and 8.15am 12th March a house in Mill Street, Prestbury was entered by smashing a rear patio window with a large stone. Premises searched with cash being stolen. Inc. 110 12-03-2020 Prestbury

Between 3pm 12th & 1.30pm 13th March a house in Ravensgate Road was entered by smashing a conservatory sky light. Bedrooms thoroughly searched with nothing reported stolen at this time. Exit through kitchen window after finding key to window lock. Inc. 343 13-03-2020 Charlton Kings

Overnight of the 15th 16th March the garden shed of a house in Queens Road was entered by breaking off the lock and forcing the door. Stolen was a Specialised Alex E5 road bike in black. Inc. 311  16-03-2020 Lansdown

Always lock your house when you leave it as well as when you retired to bed.
Wherever possible prevent access to the rear of your property and consider the use of movement sensor security lights and CCTV to cover vulnerable areas.
Secure your car keys out of sight including any spare keys and do not leave keys in window or door locks.

If you have any information about the above incidents or the property stolen please 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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