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Linnet Walk and Finchampstead Road Wokingham

Alert message sent 10/05/2017 18:18:00

Information sent on behalf of Thames Valley Police

Linnet Walk, Wokingham RG41 3HE 8th May 13:00-20:30  -  during the afternoon/evening on Monday someone broke into the house through the back patio doors by levering the doors and windows, every room has been searched and a Samsung tablet has been stolen.
 
Finchampstead Road, Wokingham (house number 200’s odd) 8/9th May – overnight someone tried to unbolt the cover for the back of a Ford Ranger truck.
How Residents can help the police: 
  •  If you see or hear anything suspicious ring the police on 101.
  • If you see something happening to someone’s house and you think someone may still be there ring 999.
  • If you see a suspicious vehicle, if possible take down the make, model, colour and registration number and ring the police on 101
  • Never leave spare house or vehicle keys by the front door and never have them on a hook just inside your hall
  • If you see someone acting suspiciously, make a note of what they look like: skin and hair colour, age, height, facial hair, any marks like a tattoo.
 
Thank you | Message ends | Christine                           
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Christine Seal (Police, NHW & Community Messaging Co-ordinator, Wokingham LPA)

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