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This message is dated Tuesday 23rd April 2019 - Windsor

Alert message sent 23/04/2019 14:53:00

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This message is dated Tuesday 23rd April 2019 for Windsor.
20/4  Sheepcote Road, Eton Wick.  The aggrieved received a telephone call at 10 p.m., from a man, supposedly, from her bank, saying there had been criminal activity on her account.  The phone was then passed to a woman with a heavy accent, who asked for her PIN number, to block her account and her address, in order to collect her cards.  The woman gave her a reference number, which a courier would quote, when he came to collect her cards.  She kept her on the phone, until midnight.  Just after midnight, a courier arrived to collect the aggrieved’s debit and credit cards, which she handed over.    By 0.47 a.m., cash had been withdrawn from her account.  The courier is described as Asian, 25 - 30, 5’4’’, short black hair, wearing a light grey hoody.
Please let everyone know - and don’t let it be you.
22/4 - 23/4  Monday 10 p.m. / Tuesday 7 a.m.  Pub, Market Street.  Staff arrived to find the safe in the basement forced open and cash stolen.
20/4  Saturday 12.15 p.m.  Car Park, Thames Side.  Car rear windscreen smashed - nothing stolen.
20/4  Saturday 4 p.m. / 8 p.m.  Riverside Walk.  Car driver’s side window smashed - blag bag & Laptop, red Nike bag containing Hugo Boss Coat stolen.
21/4  Sunday 3.45 p.m. / 4.30 p.m.  Riverside Walk.  Car rear windscreen and rear driver’s side window smashed - Rucksack and contents including passports, bank cards, Laptop stolen.
20/4  Saturday 10.30 a.m. / 11 a.m.  William Street.  Bike locked to a metal post stolen.  A black & green, Carrera bike - WITH FRAME NUMBER.
220/4  Saturday 2.10 p.m. / 8 p.m.  Vaughn Gardens.  Burglary.  ENTRY BY UNNOWN MEANS - The owners returned to find blinds and conservatory door opened.  Searched, but nothing stolen.
21/4  Sunday 2.30 p.m. / 3 p.m.  Meadow Lane, Eton.  Theft from car through driver’s window - bag containing Galaxy mobile and purse with along with a rucksack, laptop and contents stolen.
22/4  Sunday 10 a.m. / noon.  Meadow Lane.  Car rear window smashed - handbag & contents stolen.
21/4  Sunday 11 p.m.  Dedworth Road.  Parked car had rear windscreen smashed.
20/4 - 21/4  Saturday 10 p.m. / Sunday 10 a.m.  St. Leonard’s Road.  Shed break.  Nothing stolen.
22/4 Sunday midnight / 10.50 a.m.  St. Leonard’s Road.  Van rear doors forced - tools stolen.
21/4  Sunday 8.20 p.m.  The Green, Wraysbury.  A witness reported a group of 6 youths vandalising a park bench.
19/4 - 20/4  Friday 6.40 p.m. / Saturday 8 a.m.  Estate Office, Windsor Great Park.  Derelict building broken into.  Sash window forced and a glass door smashed.  CCTV shows 4 people - 3 girls and a boy around the building.
20/4  Saturday 6 p.m. / 6.20 p.m.  Queen’s Close.  Attempted Burglary.  Windsor pane in front door smashed, but the door was deadlocked and could not be opened.  No access gained and nothing stolen.
We are currently experiencing high calls for service on 101. 
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Message sent by
Jeffrey Pick (Police, Community Engagement & Resilience Officer, Windsor & Maidenhead LPA)

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