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Crime: 10 November 2014


The weekend commemorative ceremonies went off well, without incident.
I am afraid it is bikes / bikes bike – please contact your neighbourhood team at their group email addresses below and have them marked – FREE OF CHARGE !
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7/11 – 8/11  Friday 11 p.m. / Saturday 11 a.m.  All Saints Avenue.  Burglary.  Entry via INSECURE rear door and laptop stolen.    The owner was awoken by their dog barking at around 4.30 a.m.  They went to investigate, but found nothing.  The dog continued to bark and the owner found the living room light on the following morning, which they thought was strange.  They then realised their MacBook laptop missing.
8/11  Saturday  6.40 a.m.  All Saints Avenue.  Garage break – bike stolen.  The owners were awoken by a neighbour who had seen someone breaking into their garage.  They went to investigate and disturbed the offender who immediately made off.  The owner and his sone immediately got in their car and gave chase.  They soon caught up the offender riding on a stolen bike carrying a flat screen TV !  the thief abandoned the TV in an alleyway and made off.  The owner recovered the TV and went home.  In fact 2 bikes had been stolen.  1.  A grey, Carrera racing bike and 2.  A white, Specialized racing bike.
9/11  Sunday 3 p.m. / 10 p.m.  Pelham Court, The Crescent.  Garage break – lock forced.  A white men’s mountain bike.  The thief tried to break through the rear wall to get out causing considerable damage.
8/11 – 9/11  Saturday 2 p.m. / Sunday 4 p.m.  College Rise.  Car wing mirror kicked.
6/11 – 7/11  Thursday 10.15 p.m. / Friday 8 a.m.  Norfolk Road.  Car driver’s lock forced, causing the windows to open.  SAT NAV and loose change stolen.
8/11  Saturday 11 p.m. / 11.15 p.m.  High Street.  Locked up bike stolen.  The owner believes he was followed and the bike stolen as soon as he left it.  A blue & white, Challenge Emulator mountain bike.
9/11  Sunday 2.45 p.m.  Bike stolen from Grenfell Park.  1.  The owner was approached  by 2 girls and a boy, who asked to ride the bike.  When the owner said no they took it from him and made off.  A BMX style bike. 
7/11 – 8/11  Friday 10 p.m. / Saturday  7.15 a.m.  Belmont Crescent.  Burglary.  The owner went to bed believing they had locked up.  In the morning they went downstairs to find the back door ajar.  Items were scattered around.  Contents of wallet, iPOD touch stolen.
7/11  3.30 p.m. / 4 p.m.  Ray Mill Road East.  Bike stolen from a rear garden.  A silver / aluminium, GT Bicycles unisex, mountain bike
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6/11 – 7/11  Thursday 4.30 p.m. / Friday  Building Site, Quarrywood Road.  Offenders have climbed over the rear fence to access the property.  They have kicked open an office door and stolen 3 batteries.  They then set of a fire extinguisher to destroy any forensic evidence.
8/11 – 9/11  Saturday 8 p.m. / Sunday 8 a.m.  Marlow Road, Bisham Village.  Shed used as an office broken into.  Padlock cut with bolt croppers and left at scene.  Imac laptop stolen.  The thieves had trampled through flowerbeds to avoid making a noise on the gravel.
7/11 – 8/11  Friday 8.30 p.m. / Saturday 9.30 a.m.  Sawyers Crescent.  Index plate stolen from a car.
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7/11 – 9/11  Friday 3 p.m. / Sunday 11.55 p.m.  Great Hill Crescent.  Burglary.  Property entered from the rear.  Entry to the house possibly through a rear door left INSECURE.  Cash taken from a handbag and a Nintendo console stolen.
8/11 – 10/11  Saturday 8 a.m. / Monday 8 a.m.  Purssell Close.  Shed break.  Door forced open causing damage.  Bike stolen.  A black men’s mountain bike.
9/11 – 10/11  Sunday 10 a.m. / Monday 7 a.m.  Lillibrooke Crescent.  Unsuccessful attempt to force a driver’s door lock with a screwdriver.  No entry gained.
7/11 – 8/11  Friday 6 p.m. / Saturday 10 a.m.  Walker Road.  Both index plates stolen from a car. 
2/9 – 9/11  Lancastria Mews, Boyndon Road.  Car front driver’s door lock forced – ignition barrel and wiring damaged, possibly in an attempt to steal it.
7/11  Friday 6.30 a.m.  Primary School, Larchfield.  Two offenders climbed over the rear fence to enter the property.  They then used a crow bar to force the external door and then smashed a window to gain entry to an office, which they searched stealing the Poppy Appeal tin.
You may all remembers the Chinese scam letters from Mr. Hua Hin in Hong Kong last year and earlier this year.  We received them by the hundred.  They said that someone with a similar name to yours died in Hong Kong, leaving millions.  If you let them have your bank details, they will share the proceeds with you.  Well – they have started again only this time they are written by a Mr. Wang – same letter, same scam.  You can identify them by a line of Chinese characters top right of the letter.

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