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Eynsham Team May Update

Alert message sent 04/05/2017 13:44:00

Information sent on behalf of Thames Valley Police

Criminal Damage
“PCSOs Sandra Syphas and Helen Keen have been spending some more time in North Leigh following the increase in Criminal Damage identified in the village last month.  They have been visiting local residents and talking to people in order to try and identify those responsible.  There have been no reports of damage in the village this month, however we will continue to work at this issue to identify offenders.”
Roads Policing
“PC Rob Web from Woodstock and I have been carrying out speed enforcement in Cassington, Standlake and North Leigh with tickets given to motorists exceeding the speed limit in those areas.  Speeding is a problem in many locations and we have more days for speed enforcement planned to cover other villages in the area.”
Crime Prevention Roadshows
The team have run a few Crime Prevention Roadshows this month.  We have been at Hardwick Park over the Easter Holidays and then on an evening have been providing crime prevention advice, property marking pens, and bogus caller information in the local shops of Eynsham.  Thank you to Hardwick Park, Co-Op Eynsham and Spar Eynsham for having us!”
“There have been some reports of theft of cycles in Standlake along with a theft from a vehicle at Dix Pit.  If you have a cycle it may be worth getting it security marked.  Throughout the summer the team will be holding some bike marking events – look out on TV Alert for those or if you would like bikes marked then contact the team – we may be able to assist.”
Contact Us
“If you want any advice or would like to contact the Eynsham Team you can call us on the police non-emergency number 101.  If there is an emergency or a crime in progress then dial: 999.  You can also contact the Eynsham team by email:  NB this email address cannot be used to contact Thames Valley Police to report a crime or for any urgent matters.  If you have information about a crime but you do not want to speak to the police, please call the Crimestoppers charity on: 0800 555111. 
Message sent by
Elizabeth Bell (Police, Sgt, Eynsham)

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