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Burglary Report for 9th November

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Burglary Report for 9th Nov


Springbank Road, between 6.30pm 4th & 7. 40am 5th Nov, entry gained to house by smashing rear conservatory window. Stolen from inside were a TV, an X Box and a box of fireworks. Inc. 43 05-11-2021 Springbank

Bishopstone Close, between 7am 3rd Nov & 1.40pm 5th Nov entry gained to a house by smashing a rear patio window. Cursory search of premises with only paperwork reported taken at this time. Inc. 247  05-11-2021 Springbank

Pittville Circus Road, overnight of the 6th 7th Nov entry gained to a detached garage by forcing the up and over door. Stolen from inside was a Spring Chicken mobility scooter which is still outstanding. Inc. 342 07-11-2021 Fairview/Whaddon

Gratton Road, reported at 4am 8th Nov that an attempt had been made to force open a window which made the occupant aware who shouted a challenge. Occupant looked out of window and saw a brown vehicle drive off. Offender(s) not seen. Minor damage, nothing stolen and no entry gained. Inc. 25 08-11-2021 Tivoli

Painswick Road, between 11pm 7th & 6am 8th Nov that entry had been gained to a house by forcing a ground floor window. Messy search of drawers etc. keys to a Honda Jazz car on the driveway were found on the window sill. Car stolen using the keys and is still outstanding. Tivoli

Moorend Crescent, reported that at approx. 3am 8th Nov a house alarm activated. The top lock on the door had been forced but not the lower one. Key safe smashed and key stolen but no entry gained only damage caused. Inc. 59 08-11-2021 Tivoli

Sydenham Villas Road, between 8pm 7th & 7.15am 8th Nov ground floor sash window facing onto the road forced open causing damage to the frame/catch. No entry gained and nothing reported stolen at this time. Inc. 128 08-11-2021 Fairview

Lansdown Place, between 10pm 7th & 2pm 8th Nov house entered by forcing a front kitchen window facing the roadside and climbing in. Kitchen drawers and cupboard searched with a box containing car keys and paperwork found and stolen. Also stolen from outside the house was a BMW motor car using stolen keys which is still outstanding. Inc. 206 08-11-2021 Lansdown

Lyefield Road West, recorded on CCTV that at 11.15pm 8th Nov two offenders have forced a garden shed door and have stolen an Orange C16R vintage mountain bike, a Stihl chain saw and a black and decker battery operated leaf blower. Inc. 63 09-11-2021

With the clocks going back it is more obvious than ever that a house is not occupied in the late afternoons and early evenings when the occupants are still at work as well as at other times when no one is at home. Employ timer switches to activate lights and radios and simulated TV’s to give the impression that someone is at home.
If you have an alarm, please remember to set it when you leave home.
Where ever possible prevent access to the rear of your property by locking side gates and prevent access over them.
Consider the use of movement sensor security lighting and CCTV to cover vulnerable areas such as rear patio windows, flat roofs and sheds.

If you have any information on the above incidents or the property stolen please contact the Police on 101 or use the following link:-
Something you've seen or heard | Gloucestershire Constabulary 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, Gloucestershire)

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