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Burglary – St Giles, Oxford.

Alert message sent 14/11/2016 10:25:00

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Burglary – St Giles, Oxford.
A burglary occurred in St Giles, Oxford on Sunday 13th November between 6:15pm and 6:45pm.
The offender entered an insecure door to the student room, a Laptop was stolen.
If anyone has information about this incident please contact the 24-hour Police Enquiry Centre on 101 ref - 43160318380
In an Emergency please call the police on 999.
If you wish to give information about crime or criminals anonymously please call Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111 or online at
Please consider the following crime prevention advice:
Thames Valley Police would like to remind all students to follow the security advice below.
Always lock your doors and windows, even if you are only leaving your room for a short time.
It takes less time to lock your doors and windows, than it does for someone to enter and steal.
Do not advertise your property by leaving your laptop, wallet, purse or loose change on view.
Close your curtains when you go out and keep all valuable items out of sight.
Keep a record of the serial number of your Laptop, IMEI number of your mobile, etc. Use an ultra violet marker pen to mark your property with your Student ID number and University.
For further crime prevention advice please visit our website for a complete guide to your home security –
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Michelle Beahan (Police, NHW & Community Messaging Co-ordinator, Oxford LPA)

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