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This message is dated Friday 11th May 2018 - Ascot

Alert message sent 11/05/2018 15:33:00

Information sent on behalf of Thames Valley Police

This message is dated Friday 11th May 2018 for Ascot.

 

PLEASE LOOK AT THE CRIMES LISTED BELOWCARS ENTERED BY UNKNOWN MEANS ARE THE ONLY CRIMES I HAVE TO REPORT

 

These are needless crimes, needless victims.

 

Please, it makes sense to lock your cars when you park them up at night, even if they are on driveways, or behind gates.

 

Secondly - nothing should be left on display in cars parked up - particularly golf clubs.  Some people put their clubs in their cars the night before for an early getaway in the morning.  Please do not do that.  We have opportunist thieves out in the early hours, walking along roads simply trying car door handles.  If a car has been left unlocked, they will climb in and carry out a search.  They will take anything - loose change left in the car for parking meters, sunglasses, sat navs, iPods you name it, if it is small and portable.

 

IF YOU LOCK YOUR CAR AND LEAVE NOTHING ON DISPLAY, IT IS VERY UNLIKELY YOU WILL BE A VICTIM OF CRIME !

 

Keyless cars have a particular issue - the wing mirrors only retract when the car is locked - so walking along parked cars, an unlocked keyless car really stands out.

 

Cars left unlocked with easy pickings inside, act as a ‘crime attractor’.  Words quickly spreads amongst opportunist encouraging more to arrive.

 

While looking at cars, they will also look at houses.

 

HELP US, TO HELP YOU

 

CRIME:

ASCOT:

ascotnhpt@thamesvalley.pnn.police.uk

SUNNINGDALE:

NO CRIME TO REPORT.

 

SUNNINGHILL:

9/5 - 10/5  Wednesday 11 p.m. / Thursday 7.30 a.m.  Upper Village Road.  CAR ENTERED BY UNKNOWN MEANS - When the aggrieved came down in the morning the car doors were all open, the car had been searched.  Golf clubs left in the unlocked car overnight had been taken out of the car and one club had been stolen.

 

ASCOT & SOUTH ASCOT:

9/5 - 10/5  Wednesday 6.45 p.m. / Thursday 9.25 a.m.  St. George’s Lane.  CAR ENTERED BY UNKNOWN MEANS - car interior and a gym bag searched.  Sunglasses and perfume stolen.  This is the third time the aggrieved has had her car entered in the last few months and searched, but has no reported it to us before. 

 

NORTH ASCOT:

NO CRIME TO REPORT.

 

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

 

Jeff

jeffrey.pick@thamesvalley.pnn.police.uk

 

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

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