Crime Update Monday 13th February 2017 - Maidenhead
Alert message sent 13/02/2017 15:47:00
Information sent on behalf ofThames Valley Police
This message is dated Monday 13th February 2017 for Maidenhead.
We have been made aware of hare coursing reports within RBWM.
We need to know exactly what is going on, so please ensure that any incidents, or suspected incidents of hare coursing are reported to us.
This will enable us to respond more effectively to reported incidents and therefore, reduce offences.
If you suspect a crime is in progress, please call 999 and provide as much detail as possible. The more accurate the location and descriptions / actions of persons involved, the easier it is for us to respond. If it is not happening at that moment, but you have historic information, please phone the PEC on 101.
If anyone would like to discuss ongoing issues, then please get in touch with your local NH team – please see the group emails for each neighbourhood below.
This message went out to Windsor today !
12/2 Sunday 0.30 a.m. / 10.30 a.m. Church Terrace. CAR ENTERED BY UNKNOWN MEANS. Jacket stolen containing a WALLET. The card has already been used to top up a pay as you go phone. Please remember…..if you leave a jacket in a car, opportunist thieves will always try the car door handle in case it has a wallet in a pocket – which this one did. With the new tap credits / debit cards, anyone can use them without being checked and they don’t need a PIN number if the transaction is less that £30. To reduce fraud, some shops have reduced this to £20 – hence this charge. There is nothing to stop them going from shop to shop spending up to £30 until you report the card stolen !!! The simple advice as always:
IF YOU DON’T WANT YOUR CAR BROKEN INTO –LEAVE NOTHING ON DISPLAY !
MAIDENHEAD CENTRAL: email@example.com Your Neighbourhood Page on TVP's Website - Click Here 12/2 Sunday 2 a.m. / 11 a.m. The Crescent. Attempted burglary. Bedroom window forced and the locking mechanism damaged, but the offender only managed to open it 6 inches and left, so no entry gained. 9/10 - 10/2 Thursday / Friday overnight. Portlock Road. Shed break. The owner found the shed still locked but his new bike stolen. A silver man’s road bike. 9/2 – 10/2 Thursday 6 p.m. / Friday 10.15 a.m. North Town Road. CAR ENTERED BY UNKNOWN MEANS – and searched. iPAD mini, DVD player and Samsung mobile phone stolen. 9/2
MAIDENHEAD WEST BISHAM, COOKHAM, HURLEY, THE WALTHAMS, LITTLEWICK GREEN & KNOWL HILL: Your Neighbourhood Page on TVP's Website - Click Here 10/2 Friday 6.10 p.m. Bailey’s Lane. Garage break. Thieves tried the door then climbed onto the roof and forced the skylight. Jerry cans piled ready to go, but left behind. The aggrieved heard noises and went to investigate, disturbing the thieves who jumped into a silver or blue, old P reg. Ford Mondeo. 12/2 – 13/2 Sunday 5 p.m. / Monday 3.35 a.m. Development, Marlow Road. Site office broken into and a fire started. 10/2 – 13/2 Friday 5 p.m. / Monday 10.30 p.m. Aero Club, White Waltham Airfield. Vertical posts and fence damaged to gain entry, offenders then kicked through a wallboard to enter the hanger. Battery charger, pillar drill, power supply, grinder and other tools stolen. 11/2 – 12/2 Saturday 10 p.m. / Sunday 1 p.m. Farm, Smewins Road, White Waltham. Blankets stolen from the backs of horses in an enclosed field overnight
OLDFIELD & BRAY: firstname.lastname@example.org 10/1 – 11/2 The Binghams. Burglary. The owner returned to find the glass in the rear door had been smashed – TO ACCESS THE KEY WHICH HAD BEEN LEFT IN THE DOOR. Untidy search of the whole house. Electronics, cash, car keys and jewellery ignored. Not known if anything stolen. 12/2 Sunday 1.30 a.m. / 11 a.m. The Binghams. Chained up motorbike stolen from the driveway outside a house. Since recovered. 10/2 – 11/2 Friday 10 a.m. / Saturday 8.30 a.m. Braywick Road, Service Road. Garage break and 2 bikes stolen. 1. A blue Boardman hybrid, ladies bike – with frame number. 2. A grey, Boardman hybrid man’s bike - with frame number. 10/2 – 13/2 Friday 6.30 p.m. / Monday 7 a.m. Norden Road. Black Ford transit minibus stolen from Van Wall Business Park, outside motel. Index AD ** OCM
Men's Matters is setting-up a 'Men's Discussion Group' for 6-weeks. We would be most grateful if you could publicise this through the Thames Valley Alert
Men 50 and over - join us for a regular 'Men's Discussion Group' starting from Monday 20th February from 3.30pm - 5pm at the All Saints Church at the corner of Dedworth and Clewer Hill Road. The group will meet regularly for 6 weeks and choose topics that interest us the most, sharing our own views and listening to others. The group will be supported by a professional facilitator, there is no charge and refreshments will be available.
We do however ask participants to attend the full six sessions.
Please call Paul Samuels on 07923 494744 if you are interested.
The ‘Men's Matters Group’, for men over 50, meet every Monday from 1pm to 330pm at All Saints Church, corner of Dedworth Road and Clewer Hill Road - for a chat and a cuppa.