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Crime: 15 July 2014


Have a look at the crime below.  Often over the weekend certain areas are targeted – as you can see.  That is when we really need your help – we cannot be everywhere at once.  We use predictive analysis, to allocate resources, but often offenders move really quickly and perfectly randomly.  We need you to phone, if you see anyone out and about during the early hours, acting suspiciously.
Our instincts are really good and our attention is drawn to anything unusual.  Rely on it – it has been developed over millions of years and is always accurate.  Just phone us.  We may have received other calls from your area and your call, fills in the gap – the jigsaw principal.  You may not know what it is you have seen, just that it was ‘odd’.  We may or may not respond, let us make that decision. 
We may be aware an area is being targeted and your call, will locate potential offenders, at that precise moment.  We want you to call and provide the vital intelligence need to allocate limited resources.
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14/7  Monday 6.30 p.m. / 7 p.m.  Nursery, North Town Moor.  Pallets inside a derelict building set alight.
12/7 – 13/7  Saturday 6 p.m. / Sunday 10.30 a.m.  High Town Road.  Shed break.  Shed possibly left INSECURE.  Valuable European manufactured electric bike and another bike stolen.  The bike won’t function as the battery was not taken nor was the handlebar control panel.  1.  Is a silver / aluminium, Kettler Twin Comfort Electric bike – we have the serial number.  2.  A black & blue, Giant mountain bike.
11/7 – 12/7  Friday 5 p.m. / Saturday 9 a.m.  Sperling Way.  Car keyed overnight
13/7  Sunday 11 a.m. / noon.  High Street.  A very valuable bike stolen.  A white, mans, Boardman mountain bike.  There is a child’s seat mounted on the central bar between the handle bars.
12/7 – 13/7  Saturday 10.30 p.m. / Sunday 5 a.m.  Fishery Road.  All four wheels stolen from a BMW 320 D
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13/7  Sunday 3 a.m. / 4 a.m.  Winter Hill, Cookham.  Attempted garage break – no entry gained.
11/7  Friday  midnight / 10 p.m.  Church Road, Cookham.  Three people were disturbed inside a property under re-development and made off.  Police were called and attended immediately with a dog team, but unfortunately no tracks were located.
13/7  Sunday 3 a.m. / 4 a.m.  Winter Hill, Cookham.  Attempted garage break.  No entry gained and nothing stolen.
12/7 – 13/7  Saturday 11 p.m. / Sunday 6.30 a.m.  Winter Hill, Cookham.  Garage breaks X 2.  Garden fence panels forced down and garage door forced open.  Ladies golf clubs stolen.  They then forced the door on the neighbour’s adjoining garage.
12/7 – 13/7  Saturday midnight / Sunday 3.30 a.m.  Winter Hill, Cookham.  Door to outhouse forced open.  Several other haoses may well have been targeted.  Stihl hedge trimmer, Stihl leaf blower, Stihl strimmer and Stihl chainsaws X 2 stolen.
11/7 – 14/7  Friday 5 p.m. / Monday 7.15 a.m.  Burchetts Green Lane, Burchetts Green.  Property being renovated – offenders possibly children have got inside and caused a fair amount of damage, including smashing windows etc.
13/7 – 14/7  Sunday 7.15 p.m. / Monday 7.15 p.m.  Terry’s Lane, Cookham.  Shed break.  Door lock forced.  Stihl chain saw stolen.
14/7  Monday  0.10 a.m.  A404, Bisham.  Brick thrown through the rear windscreen of a car and the passenger window as it drove away.
11/7 – 12/7  Friday 10.15 p.m. / Saturday  1.45 p.m.  Pinkneys Green Scout Hall, Winter Hill Road.  Scout hut broken into – door forced a large amount of cash stolen.
13/7  Sunday 4 a.m.  Pinkney’s green Cricket Club, Pinkneys Drive.  Offenders have ripped off the shutters and smashed a glass window to get inside.  The property has been searched including the bar area where cash has been stolen.
14/7  Monday  0.10 a.m.  Pinkneys Drive.  Car parked up.  A dark 4X4  pulled up people got out and tried to force entry to a car.  Whilst this was happening the rear windscreen was smashed.  The people in the car immediately called the police and as the blue lights could be seen in the distance the men got back into their car and immediately drove off.
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11/7  Friday 10.15 p.m.  New Hall, Bath Road.  Three offenders in hoodies have been caught on CCTV climbing over the perimeter fence and walking around the property.  They then forced the lock on the front gate to exit.  Nothing stolen.
13/7  Sunday 0.25 a.m.  The Arena, Stafferton Way.  .  A group f about 15 youths aged between 15 / 16 years old, caught on CCTV camera doing the damage to a CCTV camera trying to remove it
11/7 – 12/7  Friday 6.30 p.m. / Saturday 6 a.m.  All Saints Avenue.  Car driver’s side window smashed – PURSE stolen from the passenger seat.
4/7 – 12/7  Arkley Court, Holyport.  Garage break, lock forced and bike stolen.  A valuable, black, men’s Carrera mountain bike.
13/7 – 14/7  Sunday 7 p.m. / Monday 8.20 a.m.  Business centre, Monkey Island Lane.  Three pleasure boats broken into causing a lot of damage.  Spirits and champagne stolen.  Six shipping containers also broken into.  A large amount of alcohol stolen.  CCTV and power cables had been cut.  This was an extremely high value crime.
4/7 – 11/7  Water treatment Plant, Monkey Island Lane. Large sheet of metal stolen from the top of a tank.
12/7 – 14/7  Saturday 1 p.m. / Monday 3 p.m.  Ascot Road, Holyport.  Pecker stolen from the front of a roadside digger.
Hi Jeff
I can’t believe I almost fell for this. I read all of your alerts, don’t click on the link etc
Guess what? I clicked on the link…..
I had been having some issues with talk mobile group, so it was more than plausible.
I certainly didn’t want us to be cut off. Only as the link was opening and I saw it was something called party entertainment, did it cross my mind - oh-oh.  I closed it right away and panicked.
It was slow to open because our computer is really old – a possible advantage of an old PC !
But I did/ do feel a bit stupid
Thanks sally.  Don’t beat yourself up !  That is how it works – they catch you off guard and then panic you into reacting.
It is the perfect warning for others – a moment’s lapse – it can happen to all of us.
Hi Jeff,
Can you circulate please ?
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