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This message is dated Wednesday 11th April 2018 - Ascot

Alert message sent 11/04/2018 15:26:00

Information sent on behalf of Thames Valley Police

This message is dated Wednesday 11th April 2018 for Ascot.

 

I have reports of Nottingham Knockers, right across the area.  We haven’t seen them for some time.  Can everyone please remember:

 

You must not buy anything from them !

 

Use these words, which everyone across the entire Thames Valley uses and it sends a message that you are not an easy target:

 

‘I AM SORRY, I DO NOT BUY GOODS AND SERVICES AT THE DOOR’

 

Nothing more - then politely but firmly, close the door.

 

Do not, enter into conversation with them - They could say:

 

‘I tried the house next door, but there was no rely’

 

You respond:

‘No, they are on a six week holiday in the Caribbean / on a cruise, they won’t be back for weeks’ !!!!

 

All salesmen, who go door to door selling anything, must have a ‘Pedlar’s Certificate’ unless they sell books or food.

 

Pedlar’s Certificates, are issued by police forces anywhere and are valid across the country.  It is a small 6 inch square, white form.  They are only issued to people ‘of good character’.  If the person at your door, happens to mention that they have been to prison and are now working their way back into society - you know instantly - they do not, have a Pedlar’s Certificate.

 

What they will show you, is usually a large yellow ‘Hawker’s Licence’.  There is no such thing, they are simply produced on a computer and printed out.

 

This is a scam, to locate elderly / vulnerable residents, who are easily parted, from their hard earned cash !  The addresses are noted and sold on to scammers.  Honor Ryan from Trading Standards, along with Lorraine Rellis and Clive Dent, both RBWM Community Wardens, visit elderly victims of frauds, or anyone who may have been scammed, to make sure they receive all the reassurance, help and assistance, they need.

 

NEXT:  Two dogs stolen in Wraysbury on Monday.  One was witnessed - see below.  If you have dogs, please take extra precautions for the time being.  There was also the theft of a rear axle, from an MGB GT being restored and left in parts, on the driveway.

 

9/4  Monday 10 p.m. - 10.15 p.m.  Old Mill Place, Wraysbury.  The owner let their dog out into their front garden, to go to the toilet and walked along the road for 5 minutes while she did it.  He looked back to see a van pull up outside his house, a man get out, grab his dog, get back in the car and drive off at speed !  The car was a black VW Golf.  The man is described of Eastern European appearance, dark hair, wearing a dark jacket.  He was the passenger in the car.  He was shouting at the driver in possibly polish to drive away.  The dog is a Bishon Poo, a Frise cross with a Poodle, with a distinctive black spot on his left hand side.  She is microchipped.

10/4  Monday 6 p.m. / midnight.  Stanwell Road, Horton.  The owner let their dog out to go the toilet into their front garden.  When they went to let him back in he had vanished and the owner believes he has been stolen as the front garden is well fences to stop him getting out.  This dog is a black and white 4 year old Pug.  Two dogs in one night is very suspicious - if you have a valuable or precious dog, can you be extra cautious at this time and report anyone driving up and down your road, or walking about possibly looking for dogs, on the 101 number.

9/4  Monday 9.10 a.m.  Gloucester Drive, Wraysbury.  Rear axle of a MGB GT stolen from the driveway.  The car is being restored and had been dismantles.  Once again - did anyone see anything ?  A car / flatbed lorry, driving up and down the road slowly, looking up driveways ???

 

CRIME:

ASCOT:

ascotnhpt@thamesvalley.pnn.police.uk

SUNNINGDALE:

28/3 - 11/4  School, Church Road.  Lead stolen from the roof.  Did anyone see anything suspicious around the school, a van parked up, workmen on the roof or around the building, as they usually remove the lead and drop it down from the roof - which could be noisy and visible - ?  They will generally wear yellow Hi Viz jackets - so that they look official.

 

SUNNINGHILL:

NO CRIME TO REPORT.

 

ASCOT & SOUTH ASCOT:

NO CRIME TO REPORT.

 

NORTH ASCOT:

NO CRIME TO REPORT.

 

Eyes and Ears..........and Brain.

 

Jeff

jeffrey.pick@thamesvalley.pnn.police.uk

 

‘You can play your part in helping to tackle the terrorist threat facing the UK’.

 

‘Everyone, from law enforcement, to businesses, to the general public, has a role to play in keeping the UK safe from terrorism and to effectively combat the threat.  Everyone needs to work together.  Our aim, is to encourage people to be more vigilant – ‘if you suspect it, report it’ – please report all suspicious activity to the confidential Anti-Terrorist Hotline on 0800 789 321’.

 

‘For more information follow this link: https://act.campaign.gov.uk/

 

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Message sent by
Jeffrey Pick (Police, NHW & Community Msg Co-ordinator, Windsor & Maidenhead LPA)

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