Police NW update 20/9/13

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Friday the 13thThursday the 19th of September 2013

 

In Your Area

 

I have to report that in the last week the following crimes occurred in or near to your area:

 

 

NUMBER PLATE THEFT

 

Crime Reference WK/13/5317 – Sometime between the hours of 21:45 on Thursday the 12th and 08:15 on Friday the 13th of September 2013 a vehicle parked in MEYRICK CLOSE, KNAPHILL had both the front and rear number plates stolen.

 

Criminals will often steal vehicle registration plates to place on their own vehicles in order to carry out other criminal activities in an attempt to go undetected. Protect your registration plates by securing them to your vehicle with tamper proof screws and bolts. Visit www.safe-plates.co.uk for further information.

 

 

NON-DWELLING BURGLARY

 

Crime Reference WK/13/5391 – Sometime between the hours of 17:00 on Monday the 16th and 08:30 on Tuesday the 17th of September 2013 a property in LITTLEWICK ROAD, KNAPHILL had a trailer stolen along with a back pack leaf blower and other gardening tools from an unsecured yard.

 

Crime Reference WK/13/5448 – At some time bewteen 09:30 on Wednesday the 18th and 02:00 on Thursday the 19th of September 2013 a garden shed in VICTORIA ROAD, KNAPHILL was broken into. The offender/offenders entered the rear garden via an unsecured alley gate. A man’s mountain bike was taken even though it had a lock on it. It is assumed that the lock was removed later.

 

Outbuildings should be locked at all times. Large valuable items should be placed out of view and chained up to other items or a secure anchor point within the outbuilding. Items could also be property marked via engraving or painting your house number and postcode onto them. A record of their serial number should also be kept and registered onto a national property database, visit www.immobilise.com for further information.

 

 

NUMBER PLATE THEFT

 

Crime Reference WK/13/5421 – Between the hours of 22:00 on Tuesday the 17th and 13:00 on Wednesday the 18th of September 2013 a vehicle parked in the car park of CAUSEWAY COURT, KNAPHILL had its registration plates stolen.

 

Criminals will often steal vehicle registration plates to place on their own vehicles in order to carry out other criminal activities in an attempt to go undetected. Protect your registration plates by securing them to your vehicle with tamper proof screws and bolts. Visit www.safe-plates.co.uk for further information.

 

 

CRIMINAL DAMAGE

 

Crime Reference WK/13/5412 – Sometime between the hours of 09:00 and 12:00 on Wednesday the 18th of September 2013 a vehicle parked in CARDIGAN CLOSE, KNAPHILL had a side window smashed however nothing was taken.

 

 

If you feel that you have witnessed any incident that may relate to the above crimes please call 101 quoting the relevant crime number.

 

 

If you have any queries please feel free to email me. As I’m only in the office on Wednesday and Friday mornings I may not be able to respond immediately, however, I’ll be sure to reply as soon as I can.

 

It is also possible to email the Woking Borough Safer Neighbourhood Policing Teams on woking@surrey.police.uk. This e-mail box is regularly monitored from 07:00hrs – 15:00hrs from Monday to Friday.

 

For non-urgent notification of a crime or something suspicious that you have seen, please contact 101 (24 hours a day, 7 days a week). If you are unable to use the 101 service you can dial 01483 571212.

 

If you have a serious crime, accident or another emergency to report, always dial 999.

 

If you are hard of hearing or speech impaired, textphone on 08001 101 (non-emergency) or 08000 101 (emergency) or text us on 07786 204020 or 999 (register at www.emergencysms.org.uk) or you can also use the online crime reporting facility available at https://my.surrey.police.uk/reportonline/ReportIt/

 

For local news, dates of local surgeries or your next Police Public panel meeting please visit www.surrey.police.uk and go to ‘My Neighbourhood’

http://www.surrey.police.uk/my-neighbourhood

 

 

Yours Sincerely

 

 

Arthur Brown

Neighbourhood Watch Volunteer

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Andy is a business systems and operations consultant for The Business Delicatessen and has helped the KRA over several years. He is former editor of the magazine and also runs Fat Crow Design.

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