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Car Crime

Alert message sent 17/09/2020 13:03:00

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This is a Neighbourhood Watch message from Chrissie Parkes
There are continuing issues around thefts from motor vehicles.
On the 12th of September, two men were seen the in Highnam area trying car door handles. They actually entered an insecure vehicle in St Peters Field. Nothing was taken.
In the Ampney Lane are of Westbury on Severn a victim drove home. Leaving his car on the drive, he went into the house. He then heard the sound of breaking glass and went to see what was happening. He witnessed two men running away getting into a sliver Honda and driving away. The side window of the car was broken and a cricket bag was stolen.
The men are described as:
1 white, rotund, dark hair wearing a dark blue T Shirt.
2 white, fat, wearing red shorts. Both had face coverings and gloves.

Please be aware and if you have any information regarding these incidents please report it to the police on 101.
 
Alternatively, you can pass the information by completing this form:
https://www.gloucestershire.police.uk/contact/af/contact-us/contact-us-to-discuss-something-else/

You can also ring Crime Stoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111


This is the end of the message.


Chrissie Parkes
Neighbourhood Watch Field Officer
Forest LPA
Gloucestershire Constabulary
Police Station Lords Hill|Coleford|Glos|GL168BG
Tel: 101 / 01452 753784

www.gloucestershire.police.uk
Twitter - @Forest Police


 
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Chrissie Parkes (Police, Neighbourhood Watch Officer, Gloucestershire)

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