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Residential Burglary

Alert message sent 01/07/2020 08:33:00

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Good morning,

On 26/06/2020 at 14:47hrs at a property on Simmons Drive B32 and having first knocked the front door to establish if the property was empty 2 unknown offenders smashed the window to a rear UVPC door, made an untidy search of the property and stole a number of valuables including 2 Louis Vitton handbags, 2 diamond rings and a Tag Heuer watch. Offenders left the property via point of entry.

Please be vigilant, lock and remove keys from front, side and rear doors, place keys in a secure area, ensure alarms are activated, all doors, windows, porches, gates, sheds, garages and fences are secured and any security lights are in good working order, also consider fitting anti snap locks and door and window alarms, fit timing lights and place valuables including vehicle keys in a safe place, you may also want to consider marking your valuables with a DNA security marking pen. Ensure any ladders and tools are secured and cannot be freely moved by any unauthorised person/s.

To report a crime in progress ring 999, please report none-emergency incidents or provide any information regarding crimes including any CCTV footage on line and securely by completing an incident report form via the West Midlands Police website or by using the live chat function, you can also call 101
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Clive Dowen (Police,PCSO,Birmingham West Quinton)

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