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Crime: 26 August 2014

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23/8  Saturday 11.40  North Town Moor.  Oil lamp damaged in a communal garden.
24/8  Sunday 4 a.m.  Train Station, Station Approach.  The police received a report from a witness, that a young lad was outside the train station with a pair of bolt croppers trying cut the lock from a bike.  The police attended immediately and saw the lad in the car park.  He immediately made off towards Grenfell Road, discarding items onto the embankment as he ran.  The police put on a containment and carried out an area search.  The lad disappeared into Grenfell park, but re-emerged a few minutes later onto Grenfell Road where he was arrested on suspicion of trying to steal a bike.  The bolt croppers and a hat were found on the embankment and recovered.
24/8  Sunday 10 a.m. / 12.15 p.m.  The Crescent.  Car passenger door lock damaged, but no entry gained.
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25/8  7.51 p.m. – 8.10 p.m.  Warren Row Road, Knowl Hill.  Two men caught on CCTV attempting to break into a work cabin.  When they failed to succeed they discarded their crow bar and knife and made off.
22/8 – 23/8  Friday / Saturday.  High Road, Cookham Dean.  Skate ramp in the skate park covered in graffiti.
25/8  Monday 10.15 p.m. – midnight.  Pinkney’s Green Cricket Club.  Thieves have forced the front door.  A small amount cash stolen from the till.  They have then forced open several large storage containers and stolen Four large Gerry cans of diesel, an Echo leaf blower and a Stihl strimmer.  The alarm was sounding, but they still had time to steal these items.
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22/8  Friday 5.30 a.m.  Boyn Hill Close.  Burglary.  Entry via rear patio door.  The owner came downstairs to go to work, when she saw someone running out of her front door.  When she checked she found iPhones X 2 and her purse was missing.  All three items were recovered discarded nearby, minus the cash from the purse.  When carrying out House to House enquiries, neighbours mentioned hearing people in their rear gardens !!!!
24/8 – 25/8  Sunday 7.30 p.m. / Monday 10.15 a.m.  Walker Road.  Car passenger window smashed – purse and envelope containing cash stolen.
24/8 – 25/8  Sunday 5 p.m. / Monday 1 p.m.  Fairacre.  Both index plates stolen from a car.
22/8  Friday 4.15 a.m.  Cash till break in Wessex Way Shops.  A silver Mercedes Estate, pulled up beside the cash till.  They damaged the machine, then ram raided the shop door with the rear of their car.  Once inside the shop, they stole the contents of the machine.  Did anyone see, or hear anything connected with this incident.  If so please phone the PEC on the 101 number quoting Occurrence number 43140162825.  You can of course speak to Crimestoppers in complete confidence and anonymity, on 0800 555 111.
23/8 – 24/8  Saturday 7 p.m. / Sunday 8.30 a.m.  Bucklebury Close, Holyport.  A fence panel has been cut and a plastic greenhouse stolen from a garden.
21/8 – 22/8  Thursday 8.30 p.m. / Friday 7.30 a.m.  Stompits Road.  Car entered BY UNKNOWN MEANS – searched.  Paperwork stolen.
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