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Crime Update Monday 2 October 2017 - Ascot

Alert message sent 02/10/2017 17:15:00

Information sent on behalf of Thames Valley Police

This message is dated Monday 2nd October 2017 for Ascot.








29/9  Friday 4 p.m. / 4.40 p.m. Murray Court.  Walk in theft - The owner heard their dog bark and looked out of a window.  A man was in the street delivering leaflets.  When the aggrieved came downstairs, they found their phone which had been on a hallway table was missing.  They presumed the leaflet deliverer, had opened the porch door and reached in to steal the phone.  The booklet was found on the floor inside.  Wheelie bins two chairs and a stepladder, had been used to barricade the front of the drive and a garden chair pushed against a fence in order to get away.

29/9  Friday 7 a.m. / 9 a.m.  Bridge Street.  Car rear windscreen smashed - tool box and car jack stolen.






29/9  Friday 10.30 p.m. / 11 p.m.  Vernon Drive.  Burglary.  Entry via garden gate and forced rear patio door.  Limited search of the property.  Steam cleaner stolen.

23/9 - 1/10  Halley Drive.  Burglary.  Entry via forced rear patio door, 0Relatively clean search.  Nothing appears to have been stolen.


Eyes and Ears..........and Brain.




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