Police NW update 7/4/14

Please find below your weekly Neighbourhood Watch Crime Bulletin.

Thursday 27thth of March 2014 – Thursday 03rd of April 2014

In Your Area

Various crime references in Knaphill have been listed this week as below.

Reference 45140025797

Between 24/02/2014 13:00 – 24/02/2014 16:00 THEFT in BAGSHOT ROAD, KNAPHILL A trespasser entered the victim’s rear garden and stole 4 allow wheels.

Reference 45140025765

Between 01/03/2014 12:00 – 20/03/2014 12:00 THEFT in BAGSHOT ROAD, KNAPHILL, Parts of a Chimney were taken from the property.

Reference 45140025767

Between 01/03/2014 12:00 – 01/04/2014 12:05 Attempted theft to a vehicle in BROADWAY, KNAPHILL. A male and a female approached a car and the male attempted to open the boot of the vehicle. The male was described as a white and stocky.

Reference 45140025771

Between 31/03/2014 11:00 – 31/03/2014 11:05 in OAK TREE ROAD, KNAPHILL. An intruder entered a secure rear garden of semi detached house.

Reference 45140025794

Between 27/03/2014 09:00 – 27/03/2014 12:00 in BAGSHOT ROAD, KNAPHILL. The offender entered into a front garden, smashed the window of a parked car and then asked the owner to sell the car with a discount due to the damage on the vehicle.

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

Suspicious Vehicles

Please be aware of the following vehicles which have been seen in suspicious circumstances in and around the area –

A Red Audi A1 Sport with an index of RJ63 DKO and its occupants have been seen acting suspiciously near to commercial properties. It is believed that its occupants may be involved in a series of burglaries.

A Silver BMW 525D M Sport, 4 door saloon with an index of P18 OWN was stolen from a residential property in Frimley. It is believed that this vehicle is now being used to commit commercial burglaries where cigarettes are being stolen. This vehicle may now be on false registration plates.

Under no circumstances should you approach these vehicles or their occupants. If you see them acting suspiciously please call 101, if you think a crime is in progress always call 999.”

Yours Sincerely

Steve Dew

Neighbourhood Watch Volunteer

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