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Car Crime Up Until 6th March

Alert message sent 07/03/2018 08:23:00

Information sent on behalf of Neighbourhood Watch

Car Crime Update to the 6th March


Overnight of the 28h Feb 1st March a car in Boulton Road Prestbury was entered by unknown means and cash stolen from within.


Reported at 1.32am on 2nd March, that two youths had been disturbed breaking into cars in Russet Road Hesters Way. Described as being 16/17yrs wearing dark clothing, one carrying a torch. Were you in the area did you see these youths who were last seen heading towards Bramley Road.


Overnight of 1st 2nd March a car in William Gough Close Spring Bank  was entered by unknown means with a rucksack and computer memory stick being stolen.


Overnight of the 1st 2nd  March a van in Buckingham Avenue St Marks was entered by unknown means with a quantity of power tools being stolen from the back.


Overnight of the 2nd 3rd March a van in Tennyson Road St Marks was entered by unknown means and a quantity of Dewalt cordless power tools stolen.


Overnight of the 2nd 3rd March a car in Montpellier Terrace Lansdown was entered and a rucksack and spare wheel stolen.


Between the 2nd and 4th March a car in Well Place Lansdown  was entered by unkown means with an Ipod and cash being stolen.


Between 1st & 4th March a car in Beaumont Drive Spring Bank was entered by smashing the side window and searching vehicle. Nothing reported stolen.


Between 8pm & 9.30pm on 4th March a car on Carlton Street All Saints  was entered and a wallet containing bank cards etc. stolen. Cards from the wallet were used for cashless payments in Cheltenham that evening.


Overnight of the 4th 5th March a car in Church Road, St Marks was entered by unkown means with property being stolen from the glove compartment.


Always take an extra second to make sure that your vehicle is actually locked when you leave it.


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Simon Bailey (Police, Neighbourhood Watch Officer, Glouce)

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