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Thefts from Motor Vehicles up to 25th March

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Thefts from Motor Vehicles up to 25th March

Overnight of the 19th 20th March a car in Portland Square entered by unknown means and searched. Stolen was a commemorative coin and an old mobile phone. Inc. 55  20-03-2020 Fairview.
Overnight of 19th 20th March a van in Fawley Drive was entered by forcing off the locks. Vehicle searched but nothing reported stolen at this time. Inc. 117 20-03-2020 Prestbury
During the same time period two further vehicles were entered in Whitehorn Drive, Prestbury. Both vehicles which had been left unlocked were searched through but nothing has been reported stolen at this time. Inc.241 20-03-2020 Prestbury
Between 00.30am & 10am 21st March a car in Pumphreys Road was entered by unknown means and searched. Stolen were cash and two old mobile phones. Inc. 123 21-02-2020 Charlton Kings
Overnight 20th 21st March an insecure car in Charlton Lane was entered and searched with an envelope containing keys being stolen. Inc.202 21-03-2020
Between 1pm 22nd and 7am 23rd March an insecure car on the driveway of a house in London Road close to Charlton Court Road was entered and a purse was stolen from the glove compartment. Bank cards from the purse were subsequently used in and around Cheltenham. Inc. 34 23-03-2020 Charlton Kings
Between 2am & 3am 25th March a car in Swindon Street was entered via unknown means and searched. Stolen was a purse containing bank cards which were subsequently used in and around Cheltenham.
Inc. 70 25-03-2020 Town Centre.
Always lock your car when you leave it and take that extra second to make sure that it is actually secured. Do not leave valuable property in unattended vehicles particularly purses and wallets containing bank cards which can be used by thieves with no further security required.
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
This is the end of the message and Please Stay Safe in the current situation.

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Simon Bailey (Police, Neighbourhood Watch Officer, Glouce)

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