08 Sep Local Crime Update 31/08/2021
Please find below the crime record for the period from 16th Aug to 31st Aug 2021.
Good to see the crime rate remains low. Remember to make sure your shed and/or garage is secure even if you don’t have anything particularly expensive in it. As shown in report below, tools can be taken from sheds and garage used to assist entry into your home.
Other than that, I don’t have any more to say re crime on this bulletin.
Now that term’s started, I’m looking forward to visiting schools at the start or finish of the day depending on my shift.
Our next drop-in surgery is at Shortlands Library, Shortlands Road on Friday 10th Sept, from 3.30 to 4.30 pm. Please feel free to pop along.
Hoping to make some of the Wednesday coffee mornings at the church later this month.
Thanks very much as always for your help and support. Take care.
Adam CHARLES | PCSO 7572PY | Albemarle House SNT Base
Shortlands Dedicated Ward Officer
SHORTLANDS CRIME RECORD 16/08/2021 – 31/08/2021
17/08/21 Late Morning- 18/08/21 Early Evening. Tootswood Road. Suspect(s) entered back garden and forced open a back window using a spade from the victim’s garage. An untidy search of the house was carried out. Jewellery and a pillowcase stolen.
19/08/21. Early morning. Den Road. Suspect(s) attempted to open rear doors of buider’s van by drilling through lock.
Theft of Motor Vehicle:
25/08/21. Overnight. Hayes Way. Vehicle stolen from driveway.
Theft from Motor Vehicle:
- 25/08/21. Overnight. Bushey Way. Coat stolen from vehicle.
- 27/08/21. Late morning- early afternoon. Elwill Way. Suspect(s) forced open rear doors of van stealing several tools, a radio & a torch.