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Crime Update Wednesday 19th April 2017 - Windsor

Alert message sent 19/04/2017 14:07:00

Information sent on behalf of Thames Valley Police

This message is dated Wednesday 19th April 2017 for Windsor.
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18/4 – 19/4  Tuesday 6.30 p.m. / Wednesday 6 a.m.  Restaurant Boat, moored in Stovell Road.  Alarm box smashed off the boat and forced the rear doors.  Not yet known exactly what was stolen, but all the fridges were searched.
18/4  Tuesday 5.30 p.m. / 9.20 p.m.  Riverway / Barry Avenue.  Jeep rear windscreen smashed – DELL LAPTOP AND MISCELLANEOUS COMPUTER EQUIPMENT stolen.
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18/4  Tuesday 6 p.m. / 10.10 p.m.  Queen Anne’s Road.  Building site broken into.  Padlocks cut from the gate.  Property in second stage of completion.  2 wooden gates, 13 sheets of plywood, a DeWalt radio, a metal gate, 2 batter paint spray machines, Makita drill, DeWalt power plane, DeWalt drill, DeWalt impact driver, washing machine, dishwasher, tumble dryer and oven stolen.  While doing house to house, neighbours reported seeing a suspicious white van in the area.  To steal this amount of equipment, the thieves must have been on site for some time.  Did anyone see anything ???
18/4  Tuesday 8.40 p.m.  St Andrew’s Crescent.  Van break.  VAN BROKEN INTO BY UNKNOWN MEANS.  Tools stolen.  Two men were seen to make off, get into a black hatchback and drive off.  A similarly described car has been involved in a series of similar incidents right across the area including across Slough.
18/4 – 19/4  Tuesday 10 p.m. / Wednesday 7 a.m.  Black Horse Close.  Van break.  Rear door lock forced messy search – DeWalt breaker, Paslode nail gun, Stihl petrol saw, Makita drills and batteries X 4 and a Bosch saw stolen.  I keep saying if you have a van and you park it up anywhere with tools inside, you must purchase a wireless PIR sensor shed alarm and hang it in the back !  It takes no fixing, is battery powered, really loud, particularly in the back of a van - a metal can and is super easy to use.  You simply fob it on as you close and lock the rear doors and fob it off as you open them.  they have both infra red heat and movement sensors.  You get 2 for £11.99 on Amazon and could save thousands of pounds buying new tools !!!! 18/4  Tuesday 8. p.m.  Burton Way.  Attempted van break.  A neighbour of the aggrieved, saw and disturbed 2 men trying to drill a hole near the lock in the rear doors of his van.  They immediately jumped into and drove off, in a blue Ford Fiesta.  One was wearing a grey mask, the other was black.  These ‘Opportunist Thieves’ are driving around the streets looking for vans parked up.  They list them and then target them when everything is quiet.  Every van owner must get a shed alarm – details above !!!!!!
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18/4  Tuesday 3.30 p.m.  Majors Farm Road, Datchet.  Snatch theft.  A young lad and his friend were walking along the road.  One was on his phone.  A young man ran up behind grabbed the phone and ran off.  He is described as white, youngish, ginger hair, about 6ft, wearing a baby blue T shirt with short grey sleeves, skinny grey jeans and red Van style shoes. 
Eyes, ears.....and Brain
Message sent by
Jeffrey Pick (Police, NHW & Community Msg Co-ordinator, Windsor & Maidenhead LPA)

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