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Crime Update Friday 12th January 2018 - Ascot

Alert message sent 12/01/2018 13:44:00

Information sent on behalf of Thames Valley Police

This message is dated Friday 12th January 2018 for Ascot.


Two more cars entered BY UNKNOWN MEANS !  I will say no more !





10/1 - 11/1  Wednesday  / Thursday  Broomhall Lane.  Property undergoing renovation.  Offenders entered the rear of the property and stacked up slabs in preparation of removing them.  None stolen.



9/1 - 10/1  Tuesday 8 p.m. / Wednesday 9 a.m.  Sunninghill Court.  Attempt to break into van/  Offside door lock forced.  Not sure if entry gained, nothing stolen.



11/1  Thursday midnight / 2 p.m.  Church Road.  The owner went to feed the birds in his garden when he found damage to his back garden gate.  No other damage.

6/1 - 10/1  Woodlands Close.  Car entered by unknown means.  Searched - iPod, loose change and Rayban sunglasses stolen.

12/1  Friday 2 a.m. / 5 a.m.  Oliver Road.  Car - entered by unknown means - on the driveway.  Nothing stolen.



8/1 - 11/1  Tuesday 5 p.m. / Thursday 8 a.m.  Kennel Ride.  Car badly keyed.


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




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