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Theft from Motor Vehicles and Attempted Burglary on Beechnut Lane

Alert message sent 09/05/2022 21:48:00

Information sent on behalf of West Mids Police

Good Afternoon Citizen ,

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We have had a report of the theft from a vehicle parked on Beechnut Lane at around 02:38 hours on the 9th of May.  Offender/s have approached three insecure vehicles and stolen various personal items. They have also stolen house keys that were left in one of the vehicles.  These keys have then been used to try and gain access to the residence.  Fortunately another set of house keys were left in the lock which prevented the offender/s from gaining access.

Officers have been in the area speaking to local residents and checking for any CCTV footage however, if you have any information relating to this incident please either use West Midlands Live chat or call 101 and quote crime reference number 20/446324/22.

For further information on how secure your vehicle you can visit the West Midlands Police website on  https://west-midlands.police.uk/your-options/theft-motor-vehicle

For further information on how secure your property you can visit the West Midlands Police website on  https://west-midlands.police.uk/your-options/residential-burglary/#prevention

You may be interested to know there is an active Streetwatch group in this area. Contact streetwatch@westmidlands.police.uk if you would like more details about how to get involved.

Thank you for helping us to spread the word. The information you give us will help find the suspects.

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Nicky Hendy (Police, PCSO, Solihull)

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