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Crime Update Monday 10th July 2017 - Maidenhead

Alert message sent 10/07/2017 15:49:00

Information sent on behalf of Thames Valley Police

This message is dated Monday 10th July 2017 for Maidenhead.




Windsor - Barry Avenue Saturday 9.30 p.m.  Distraction Theft:


One man distracted the aggrieved asking for directions, while another man picked his pocket – stealing his wallet.  Both men looked Middle Eastern, both balding.  1.  5’10, well built, well dressed, little English.  2.  Similar height but thinner.  Cash removed from 2 cash tills.



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8/7 – 9/7 Saturday 10 p.m. / Sunday 5 a.m.  Summerleaze Road.  CAR ENTERED BY UNKNOWN MEANS – bank cards, spare key and power drills stolen.

7/7 – 8/7  Friday 5.15 p.m. / Saturday 4.30 p.m.  High Street.  Bike locked in a bike rack stolen.  A black & purple, Univeral Epic, mountain bike.



8/7  Saturday  3.20 a.m.  Ray Mill Road East.  Burglary.  A thief entered the house via an INSECURE REAR DOOR – wallet, bags, computer tablets etc. stolen.  The owner’s dog barked and he came downstairs to investigate and found evidence of the burglary.  An attempt to use the cards took place at an ATM nearby at 3.40 a.m.  The thief was CCTV and ATM camera savvy and covered his face at all times.  The owner is concerned that there were issues with their internet connection and believes that someone may have been in the property on a previous occasion and diverted their internet connection elsewhere.  After this incident, items around the router had been moved and the internet is now working at full speed and whatever device had been installed had been removed.  Has anyone else had a similar experience ??




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7/7  Friday 2.40 p.m.  Bridge Avenue, Cookham.  Possible Distraction Burglary.  A man knocked at the door and was let into the house.  He said he was from the Housing Association and was there to check door hinges and door frames.  Later they phoned the Housing Association.  They sent out a carpenter, who said the handles had been changed so that they could be opened from the outside and the snap lock had been removed.  Nothing appears to have been stolen.

7/7 – 8/7  Friday 5 p.m. / Saturday 7.25 a.m.  Building Site, Church Road, Cookham Dean.  Main padlock cut from a portacabin and a lot of damage done to the door.  Not known at this time if anything stolen.

1/7 – 8/7  Grove Park Industrial Estate.  Van stolen.  The owner still has the keys.  Index ND ** HEV



7/7  Friday 9.50 p.m.  Church Road & School Lane.  We had a report from a witness that a gold Volvo S70 was parked up suspiciously and there was a noise of smashing coming from a nearby container.  A man emerged holding something, got in the car and drove off.  Later, another member of the public was trimming their front hedge when he heard the sound of a car window being smashed.  He looked and saw a man reach into the rear of a car and remove something.  As he saw he had been seen, he jumped into a gold ‘BMW 3 series’ and drove off at speed.  It is believed it is the same car.  A laptop in a laptop bag, iPod Nano, Tom Tom, headphones etc. was stolen.




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7/7  Friday 1 p.m. / 11 p.m.  Bray Car Park, Bray.  Rear driver’s side window smashed – LAPTOP and laptop bag, trainers and a pair of shoes stolen.

9/7  Sunday 0.40 a.m.  Windsor Road.  A witness saw two lads approach a bike and remove the lock and throw it down, they then got on it and rode off towards Maidenhead.  A black mountain bike.


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