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Vehicle Crime Report 13th May

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Vehicle Crime Up To 13th May


Prestbury Road, near to Welland Lodge Road, overnight of the 11th 12th May a car on the roadside was entered via unknown means and searched. Stolen from the boot area was a yellow ‘Gola’ sports bag and a hand bag from the front passenger foot well. The bag contained bank cards which were used in the town in the early morning. Inc. 57 12-05-2022 Whaddon

St Annes Road, between 12mn & 9.15am 12th May a car on the roadside was entered via unknown means. Stolen from the boot was a bag containing resistance bands, a Leki walking pole and a peaked cap. Inc. 425 12-05-2022 Town Centre

Riverview Way, between 11.45pm 12th & 00.15am 13th May owner was sitting in his vehicle when a male on a push bike approached and tried to get into the vehicle. Male was surprised by the owner in the vehicle and fled the scene on his bike. Male desc. as being 5’ 10”, dressed in black with a black hoody. Inc. 5 13-05-2022 Hestersway

Pittville Crescent, overnight of the 12th 13th May a van was attacked on the roadside by removing a padlock from the side door of the vehicle. Stolen from inside the van were a hedge trimmer x 2 and a strimmer. Inc. 71 13-05-2022 Whaddon/Pittville

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. Bank cards can also be used with no further security checks for up to £100 per transaction.

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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