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Crime: 11 June 2014


We have a large number of people from outside the area encamped at the cemetery in Oakley Green.  They were originally in the field opposite the Oakley Court Hotel, but moved on yesterday evening to their present location.  There are also a large number across in Slough.
If you see any instances of criminal damage or movement across the Borough, can you please phone it through immediately to the police on the 101 number
We are trying to trace the owner of a bike recovered to the back yard last week.  The police were patrolling down by the Leisure Pool when a young lad rode out of the slip road arches, skidded to a halt in front of them, dumped the bike he was on and made off.  The bike – a very nice bike manufactured by ‘Orange’ – not its colour.  It looks like a trick bike, but it has a sticker on it saying it has been registered with ‘immobitag’ – which costs money !  It has a registration number, but this comes back no record - possibly the owner forgot to activate the registration.  I will get one of the neighbourhood team to photograph it and attach it as it is very distinctive and in lovely condition.  As it was abandoned in such suspicious circumstances we are sure it must have been stolen, but need to find the owner.
10/6  Tuesday 10.30 p.m. – 11.15 p.m.  Foster Avenue, Windsor.  Locked up motorbike stolen from outside a house – with the lock.  Presumable it was wheeled / carried into the back of a van silently and driven off.  This is a very common MO.  If motorbikes are left in a public place, they must be secured to something solid, rather than itself.  A blue Yamaha XT 125  index  HJ ** UWL
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9/6  Monday 6.30 p.m.  King Street.  The owner of a bike returned and disturbed and offender attempting to steal it.  The lock had already been removed with a pair a of red bolt croppers.  He is described as – white, 5’10’’ wearing a grey tracksuit pants and a black Adidas top.  He had a tattoo on his right hand.
10/6  Tuesday  5.15 p.m. – 5.30 p.m.  Brock Lane.  Bike stolen from a bike rack.  A ladies silver / aluminium Giant mountain bike
11/6  Wednesday 3.35 a.m.  Lower Cookham Road.  Possible Burglary.  The police, while out on patrol, came across a man acting suspiciously.  He was stop checked, searched and found to be in possession of various items including cash and jewellery for which he had no explanation.  They suspected the items were the result of a burglary.  We are awaiting a burglary report from that area and property stolen, which matches the items recovered ???
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10/6  Tuesday  3 p.m. / 3.20 p.m.  Windsor Road.  Attempted Burglary.  The owner left at 3 p.m. to collect her son from school.  She had set the alarm, but left some transom windows open for ventilation.  At 3.20 p.m. she drove back past the house and heard her alarm sounding.  She went in and turned off the alarm, which showed that the sensors in the kitchen and dining room had been activated.  She looked around but everything seemed to be in order.  She assumed the open windows had set off the alarm and went out again.  When she returned at 5.15 p.m.  She noticed her re-cycling bin had been moved from the drive to the side gate, so that someone could climb over easily.  There was also a dent in the top of the bin from someone’s weight.  A garden chair had also been moved under a conservatory window, where it is believed an offender got in.  Nothing inside the house had been disturbed and nothing was stolen.  She may have

Designs sought for Adopt-a-Street logo

Royal Borough students are being asked to put on their creative hats and design a logo for the ever-popular Adopt-a-Street scheme.
The competition is open to children aged between five and 16 years who attend borough schools. It runs from Wednesday 11 June and closes on Monday 7 July. The winner will receive a High Street voucher worth £50, second prize of £30 and third prize £20.
Cllr Bateson, cabinet member for community partnerships, said: “We have 18 schools signed up to Adopt-a-Street so it seemed a great idea to get them even more involved and invite the students to design a logo. Adopt-A-Street encourages local people to volunteer to care for their communities and local environment through collecting litter from their local streets and areas.
“I am really looking forward to seeing the ideas and helping to select the winner.
“Children are great ambassadors for Adopt-a-Street. It is important that we work with children to educate them about the importance of being responsible citizens who really care about their local community and ensure it remains pleasant and free of litter and graffiti for everyone to enjoy, now and in the future.”
Cllr Natasha Airey, deputy lead member for children’s services and Windsor, said: “I was delighted to be asked to be involved with this project and to be one of the judges. I am certain it will grab young people’s imaginations and we will get many entries.
“Adopt-a-Street has really grown since it started in 2009 and we now have more than 900 members with schools taking even more of an interest. It is the Big Society in action and shows what the community can do to take care of its environment.”
Adopt-a-Street encourages residents to volunteer to care for their communities and local environment by collecting litter from their local streets and areas and complements the council’s regular cleaning schedule.
Designs can be submitted as hard copy to Debra Beasley, community and voluntary development officer, Town Hall, St Ives Road, Maidenhead, SL6 1RF or emailed to

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