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Crime summary for the last week

Alert message sent 15/05/2017 11:04:00

Information sent on behalf of Thames Valley Police

This message is dated Monday 15th May 2017 and is completed by Sergeant Jemma Calver in the absence of Jeff Pick. Please see the below round up relating to crime in your local area for the last week.
CENTRAL WINDSOR (Including Eton and Eton Wick):
12/05/17 10.30-16.15hrs. Frances Road. Burglary where entry has been gained via smashed rear door and electronic items have been taken.
08/05/17 overnight. Bexley Street. Garage door forced open and Blue Carrera bike taken.
09/05/17 Stovell Road. Break into shed and two bikes taken
10/05/17 1900-2254hrs. River Street. Theft from motor vehicle where various electrical items have been taken.
13/05/17 2115-2248hrs. South Meadow Lane. Window smashed to vehicle but no items taken.
14/05/2017 Jubilee Arch. Three thefts of pedal cycles.
14/05/2017. Romney Lock.  Theft from vehicle where window has been smashed and laptop taken.
WINDSOR WEST (including Clewer, Dedworth, Oakley Green and Clewer East and Park):
10/05/17 1550hrs. St Leonards Road. Burglary where offender has stated he was from the water board and there to complete local work.
07/05/17-08/05/17 Oak Lane. Theft from motor vehicle where laptop has been taken. Believe vehicle was insecure.
07/05/07-08/05/17 Horton Road. Theft of number plates.
06/05/17-08/05/17 St Leonards Road. Theft of blue Trek Pedal cycle.
14/05/17 Hanover Way. Two thefts of pedal cycles- voodoo bike.
WINDSOR EAST (Including Datchet, Horton, Wraysbury and Old Windsor):
08/05/17 Burleigh Road. Damage to gates on road.
11/05/17 overnight. Wraysbury Road. Burglary non dwelling where tools taken.
14/05/17 Bouldish Farm Road.  Damage to property window by being smashed.
09/05/17-10/05/17 Cope Court. Damage to vehicle by window being smashed.
11/05/17-12/05/17 Coln Close. Damage to vehicle.
10/05/17-11/05/17 Belmont Crescent. Toys taken from vehicle.
06/05/17-10/05/17 King Street. Theft of blue and black hybrid pedal cycle.
14/0517 1430-1530hrs. Nicholsons Walk. Theft of mountain bike.
07/05/17 Palmers Close. Two vehciles damaged by sctaches.
10/05/17-14/05/17 Overnight. Clare Road. Damage to vehicle wing mirror.
10/05/17. 1855hrs. Monkey Island Lane. Theft from vehicle where laptop taken.
10/05/17 1740-1900hrs. Monkey Island Lane. Theft from vehicle where laptop was taken.
11/05/17 1010hrs Roxborough Way. Theft of black Carrera pedal cycle.
14/05/2017. Overnight. Bissley Drive. Vehicle keyed.
11/05/17 2156hrs. Terrys Lane, Cookham. Burglary where entry gained via window.
13/05/17 1500hrs. Headington Road. Burglary where offenders claimed to be there to carry out work and cash taken.
09/05/17 09-1600hrs. Grange Lane, Cookham. Damage to vehicle roof.
01/05-12/05 Shurlock Road. Theft from motor vehicle where window smashed and brief case taken.
Reminder to everyone, please don’t leave valuables in vehicles and ensure vehicles and properties are left secure. Don’t ever be afraid to report anything you think is suspicious on 101- we welcome those keeping an eye out!
If you have any information regarding any of the above incidents please contact the local neighbourhood policing teams above.
Many thanks,
Your local policing team
Message sent by
Jemma Calver (Police, Police, Windsor)

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