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Appeal for witnesses following a burglary incidents in Sandhurst

Alert message sent 21/05/2019 15:50:00

Information sent on behalf of Thames Valley Police

Thames Valley Police is appealing for witnesses following a couple of burglary incidents in Sandhurst.
Between 1.00pm and 2.30pm on Friday 17 May an unknown offender or offenders gained access into a house in Avocet Crescent by forcing a rear ground floor window. A search was made of a number of rooms and Items of jewellery and small electric hand tools were stolen.
At sometime between the Saturday 11 May and Saturday 18 May (so possibly on the same day as the above incdent) an unknown offender or offenders gained access to the rear of another property in Avocet Crescent where they attempted to force open a conservatory door causing damage. No entry was apparently gained and nothing has been reported to have been stolen.  
Investigating officer PC3140 Robert Marchant  said “ We are appealing for anyone who may have witnessed these incidents or who may have information or domestic CCTV of suspects to call our 24-hour enquiry centre on 101, quoting reference 43190152032.
If you don’t want to speak directly to police you can contact “Crimestoppers” anonymously and free of charge on 0800 555 111. It is an independent charity, no personal details will be asked for, calls are not recorded or traced and you would not have to go to court.
To reduce the risk of criminals targeting your home, ensure that you close and secure all ground floor and accessable windows when you leave a room, and close and secure gates that lead to rear or enclosed gardens. Further crime prevention advice can be found on the Thames Valley Police website at;
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Jon Morris (Police, Administrator, Bracknell)

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