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Burglary Eskdale Road Hillsborough

Alert message sent 10/04/2019 10:13:00

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Hello,

Two burglaries have been reported on Eskdale Road, Hillsborough.

During the early hours of Sunday 07/04/2019, a report was made detailing a burglary at a house on Eskdale Road, Hillsborough. The offender managed to gain access by climbing through a rear window. The house and car keys to the property were taken, however no vehicle was taken from the location.

The second burglary took place in the early hours of Tuesday 09/04/2019, with a report detailing a burglary at a house on Eskdale Road, Hillsborough, where the offender has reached through the letterbox at the rear of the property and used the keys used to gain entry. Nothing has been stolen

PCSO's have been out on Tuesday 09/04/2019 visiting addresses in the vicinity of these crimes to develop evidence and intelligence to assist in the identification of the offender and to provide and raise awareness of crime prevention techniques. You may have received a letter requesting information if we missed you.

Should you have any information about this crime, or any other, then please make contact with us via 101, the Sheffield West Neighbourhood Facebook page or direct to our Neighbourhood email address of SheffieldWestNHP@southyorks.pnn.police.uk. Alternatively you can contact Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.

Please remember to visit our South Yorkshire Police Internet site for further information on your local Neighbourhood Policing Team of Crime Prevention Advice - https://www.southyorkshire.police.uk/

Thanks PCSO 8017 Tom
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Thomas Spenceley (Police ,PCSO ,Sheffield west, sheffield, Stannington )

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