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This message is dated Monday 7th January 2019 - Windsor

Alert message sent 07/01/2019 14:36:00

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This message is dated Monday 7th January 2019 for Windsor.
Now that we are back from the Christmas and New Year holidays - I hope you all had a lovely - crime free time, we are really concentrating on our Winter Burglary Campaign.  As part of this campaign, we are training up all our Neighbourhood Staff to carry out Home Security Surveys.  We are offering these to all burglary victims and residents in a road, where there has been a burglary.  If you feel you are vulnerable to burglary, or need Home Security Advice - email your Neighbourhood Team at their Group email address below.
Please remember the message just out from HQ, re nominations for PC & PCSO for the year !
We on this patch, have won it several times for PCSO David Bullock from Windsor Town Centre.  He does an enormous amount over and above.  Does your local PCSO support you and your local groups ? This is the way to say thank you.  Even if they don’t win, it means a huge amount to them, if their communities actually nominate them.
4/1  Friday 11.50 a.m.  Stovell Road.  2 Boats broken into.  Padlocks forced.  Both ransacked.  Unknown at this time if anything stolen.
4/1  Friday 7.20 p.m.  Clarence Road.  Garage break.  The owner heard and disturbed a man trying to break into their garage.  They immediately made off.  Described as - Asian, late 20s, slim, 5’8’’, wearing a dark green Parka jacket with fur hood.
4/1  Friday 7.40 p.m.  Alma Road.  Garage break.  Padlocks forced from the double garage doors.  The offenders may have been disturbed and made off before they could steal anything.
6/1  Sunday 3.25 a.m.  Albert Street.  The owner heard a group of youths walking along the road.  They then heard a metallic snapping noise.  When they looked out, they saw their wing mirror was hanging by wires and had been broken.
6/1  Sunday 4.40 a.m.  Restaurant, Datchet Road.  “ men were disturbed, pulling up plants outside the restaurant and throwing them across the road.
5/1 - 6/1  Saturday 11 p.m. / Sunday 7.30 a.m.  Clewer Fields.  Front gate kicked and damaged.
6/1  Sunday 3.15 p.m. / 6.20 p.m.  Trinity Place.  Upper floor window damaged with what looks like air pellets / catapult.
4/1  Friday 1 a.m. / 10 a.m.  York Avenue.  Van break.  Van entered and tools stolen.
5/1  Saturday 8.45 p.m.  Thames Street.  The owner of a moped, parked up outside a restaurant and left it running, with the keys in the ignition, while he picked up an order.  When they came out a few minutes later - it was gone.  A witness said they saw two men drive up on another moped, get off, walk up the road, climb on the moped and drive off.  The other moped has been recovered and will be examined for forensic material.  The stolen moped was recovered and taken to Mansfield.
4/1  Friday, 1 p.m. / 2.30 p.m.  William Street.  Locked up bike stolen from a bike rack.  A black, Specialized Cross Trail, bike.
5/1  Saturday  4.30 p.m. . 5.15 p.m.  Thames Street.  Chained up bike outside the theatre stolen.  A red & silver, Boardman, mountain bike.
4/1 - 5/1  Friday 7 p.m. / Saturday 9.40 a.m.  Bell Court, Oak Lane.  Silver BMW 320D index HN ** URU stolen from car park outside a property.  The owner still has both sets of keys.  A second BMW on the driveway, was entered and searched.
6/1  Sunday 3 p.m.  Wharf Road, Wraysbury.  The owner received an alert and CCTV to his mobile phone, that someone had pulled up in a car beside his house.  Two men got out and went to the house and broke into his home.  He could see them forcing the lock from rear doors.  Untidy search then carried out before they made off after 3 minutes !  Nothing appears to have been taken.
3/1 - 4/1  Thursday 10 p.m. / Friday 8 a.m.  Fairfield Avenue. Purse stolen from the rear seat. Datchet.  CAR LEFT INSECURE - entered and searched.
4/1  Friday 4.10 a.m.  Montrose Way, Datchet.  CAR LEFT INSECURE - entered and searched.  Nothing stolen.
6/1  Sunday  11.40 a.m. / 12.10 p.m.  Estate office, Windsor Great park.  Land Rover had it’s back windows smashed.
We are currently experiencing high calls for service on 101. 
Please consider using our online reporting system but please note this reporting tool is not for use where a crime happening right now, the suspect is still at the scene, or anyone seriously injured or in immediate danger.

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Message sent by
Jeffrey Pick (Police, Community Engagement & Resilience Officer, Windsor & Maidenhead LPA)

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