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Crime Update to 7th May

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Crime Update to 7th May



Moors Avenue, between 11pm 3rd May & 10.30am 4th May, padlock on garden shed door broken off and entry gained. Stolen from inside were 3 push bikes and a suit case. One of the bikes was recovered further down the road. Inc. 139 04-05-2022 St Marks.

Vehicle Crime

Montpellier Terrace, overnight of the 5th 6th May a car in a parking bay was entered via unknown means possibly insecure and searched. Parking change in a purse was stolen. Inc. 225 06-05-2022 Town Centre

Priors Road, Sainsbury’s car park, between 8.15am & 12.30pm 6th May a parked and unattended insecure car was entered with an Amazon computer tablet being stolen. Inc. 43 07-05-2022 Whaddon

Devonshire Street, between 3pm 6th May & 4.30am 7th May a car parked on the roadside was attacked by smashing the passenger window. Vehicle entered and searched with parking change being stolen. Inc. 87 07-05-2022 Town Centre

Burton Street, reported at 4.30am 7th May that a male was seen to enter a parked and insecure car and look around. Male was challenged by the owner and left the area. Parking change stolen. Male desc. as being :-  white male, wiry build, tall wearing dark clothing. Inc. 88 07-05-2022 Town Centre

Suffolk Square, between 10pm 6th May & 8am 7th May two insecure cars entered and searched. Stolen from one was a lap top glasses and parking change, from the other were a pair of trainers, and swimming kit. Inc. 128 07-05-2022 Town Centre

Always lock your vehicle when you leave it and take that extra second to make sure it is actually secured. Do not leave valuable property in unattended vehicles. It is amazing the amount of personal data that is to be found on mobile phones and lap tops etc. which can be used for identity theft

If you have any information on the above incidents or the property stolen please contact the Police on 101 or use the following link:-

Something you've seen or heard | Gloucestershire Constabulary using the above incident number.

Any and all information can be given anonymously through Crime Stoppers on 0800 555 111

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This is the end of the message, Thank You and Please Stay Safe

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