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Burglary in Ampleforth Monkston 18th -19th May 2017

Alert message sent 19/05/2017 18:08:00

Information sent on behalf of Thames Valley Police

Overnight between 22:30hrs on the 18th May and 07:15hrs on the 19th May a burglary took place in Ampleforth Monkston, where person/s unknown gained entry to house by an insecure rear door, and personal items were taken, along with the family car.

Before going to bed at night please make sure that your house is secure front and back and that the doors are locked.

Did you see or hear anything suspicious in Ampleforth Monkston between  these times?.

If you have any information which could help the police with their investigation please contact the Non-Emergency number 101 and speak to Milton Keynes CID. Quoting URN  201 19/05/17.

Alternatively if you have information but wish to remain anonymous, please call Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111 or online @ crimestoppers-uk.org. No personal details are taken, information is not traced or recorded and you will not go to court.

Crime prevention information can be found by clicking on the link below.


http://www.thamesvalley.police.uk/crime-prevention/home-garden-security/burglaries.htm

Set up a Neighbourhood Watch Scheme in your area
 
Would you like to bring your community closer together, or do you have concerns about burglary, antisocial behaviour or the general environment in your street?
 
Through Neighbourhood Watch you can help the Police and your neighbours to strengthen your community.  You can make your area a better place to live.  The scheme is free to join!
 
Aims of Neighbourhood Watch
 
  • To reduce opportunities for crime and make it more difficult for criminals to act
     
  • To build community spirit so that neighbours can work together for everybody’s benefit – to reduce the fear of crime. 
     
  • To report suspicious incidents in your neighbourhood to the Police and know how to report them
     
  • To look at improving the neighbourhood, (fixing street lighting, potholes, overgrown bushes etc.)
 
Benefits
 
  • NHW signage and stickers act as a deterrent
     
  • Receipt of Thames Valley Alert messages informing you about burglaries and crime trends taking place in your area.  These messages can also include Witness Appeals, information about/from our policing teams and Thames Valley Police press releases
     
  • ·Most  insurers offer a discount if you are a member of a NHW scheme
     
  • Crime reduction and policing information given at the setup meeting including leaflets
     
  • Each Scheme has a coordinator who acts as key contact for the scheme & liaises with the Police and other members of the scheme.
 
Consider setting up a NHW Scheme in your area, for more information email MK.Community.WatchCoordinator@thamesvalley.pnn.police.uk
 
For more information about NHW have a look at Milton Keynes Neighbourhood Watch Association on the following link http://www.mknhwa.org.uk/
 
The National Neighbourhood Watch website at http://www.ourwatch.org.uk
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David Huckle (Police, PCSO, Milton Keynes)

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