Surrey Police Neighbourhood Watch crime bulletin for Surrey Heath: August 2016

Surrey PoliceThe Surrey Police Neighbourhood Watch team report on recent thefts, burglaries, and criminal damage in Surrey Heath in their latest Neighbourhood Watch Bulletin,

  • Crime 45160067708: Between 04/08/16 and 05/08/16 and from 22:30 to 02:12, at Upper Chobham Road. Camberley. Forced open garage door, moved items, have taken stump grinder, tried to remove wood chipper out of garage before being disturbed.
  • Crime 45160071017: Between 13/08/2016 and 14/08/2016 and from  23.00 – 09.00, at South Road, Bisley. Bicycles stolen from side of property.
  • Crime 45160071405: On 16/08/2016 between 05.30 – 14.50, at Victoria Avenue, Camberley. Suspect gained entry to property and stole £60.
  • Crime 45160071034: Between 01/08/2016 and 02/08/2016 and from 05.30 – 14.50, at Kielder Walk, Camberley. Fishing equipment stolen from garage.
  • Crime 45160069799: Between 10/08/2016 and 11/08/2016 and between 23.00 – 06.30, at Windmill Field, Windlesham. Large pot containing flowers and shrubs stolen from the front of the garage.
  • Crime 45160069833: On 11/08/2016 between 08.45 – 18.45, at Lawrence Crescent, Windlesham. Large porcelain flower pot stolen from front of property.
  • Crime 45160069457: Between 09/08/2016 and 10/08/2016 and between 23.30 – 08.30, at Derwent Road, Lightwater. Vehicle window smashed and attempted forced entry to door.
  • Crime 45160069712: Between 20/07/2016 and 03/08/2016 and between 14.18 – 14.18, at Park Road, Camberley. During the above dates the victims car has been keyed the length of the passenger side.
  • Crime 45160070784: Between 05/08/2016 and 15/08/2016 and between 12.00 – 09.00, at Ripon Close, Camberley. Offenders have attempted to gain entry to dwelling by unscrewing the door hinges and forcing the door. Entry not gained.

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