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Burglary Report 18th Nov

Alert message sent 18/11/2021 11:31:00

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Burglary Report for 18th Nov

Dear Citizen

Lansdown Place, between 8am & 8pm 10th Nov entry attempted to a house by forcing the door handle on the rear door with a screw driver or similar. No entry gained and nothing stolen just damage to the lock & handle. Inc. 461 10-11-2021 Lansdown.

Sydenham Villas Road between 1.30am - 1. 35am 8th Nov. A male dressed all in black wearing a mask/balaclava attempted to climb into front ground floor veranda window after forcing the lock. Male challenged by householder and fled the scene . This was the second reported house attempted to be entered that night in the same road. Possible attempt to enter and steal keys to high end vehicles outside. Inc. 209 12-11-2021 Fairview

St. Lukes Court, between 2.30am – 2. 40am 8th Nov. recorded on Ring door bell, two males approach house, see camera and leave with one male returning and attempted to lift front window which activated the house alarm. Male fled the scene. Male desc as being white, mid 20’s, 5’ 10”. ii) Male, white, 6ft mid 20’s. Nothing stolen. Inc. 265 13-11-2021 Tivoli

Commercial Street, between 3pm 14th Nov & 11.30am 16th Nov entry gained to ground floor flat via insecure patio window. Two jewellery boxes in bedroom emptied and jewellery stolen.. Nothing else stolen. Inc. 147 16-11-2021 Tivoli

Pilley Crescent, between 5am & 4.45pm 17th Nov, attempt made to force top small window to bathroom, leaving window handing off. No entry gained and nothing stolen. Inc. 303 17-11-2021 Leckhampton

With the clocks going back it is more obvious than ever when a house is not occupied in the late afternoons and early evenings whilst 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 during these times.

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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This is the end of the message, Thank You and Please Stay Safe
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Simon Bailey (Police, Neighbourhood Watch Officer, Gloucestershire)

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