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This message is dated Friday 6th July 2018 - CountryWatch

Alert message sent 06/07/2018 11:15:00

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This message is dated Friday 6th July 2018 for CountryWatch.






17/06/2018  We have a report of a white Ford panel van index Y 1** PUJ registered in London N18 was seen driving suspiciously around the London Road, Amersham.  They appeared to be looking into properties for scrap metal.


05/07/2018  Anglian Water, Newport Pagnell.  A bright yellow 1 tonne skip loader dumper truck stolen from the site at the junction of Purcell Road and Annesley Road.


05/07/2018  School, Old Wolverton Road, Milton Keynes.  Theft from a building site of a yellow Thwaites 1 tonne skip loader.


05/07/2018  Building sites at Scafell Road and Bodmin Avenue, both broken into at the same time.  A white transit index GHZ ** 80 and a silver Ford Focus (no index recorded) smashed through fences.  Nothing was stolen as guards with dogs were on scene and the men made off.


5/7  Farm, Tingewick, Bucks.  Telecoms cabin broken into, the hinges were removed using an angle grinder.  Large telecom batteries stolen.  There have been 4 similar incidents over the past 3 weeks.


30/06/2018  Country Park, Denham Court Drive, Denham.  A van index UB ** PG was seen fly tipping.  The driver is described as white, 5’8’’ athletic build, clean shaven, blond long hair.  He deposited used NO2 capsules.


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

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