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This message is dated Wednesday 22nd May 2019 - Maidenhead

Alert message sent 22/05/2019 15:41:00

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This message is dated Wednesday 22nd May 2019 for Maidenhead.
16/5 - 20/5  Thursday / Monday midnight.  Walker Court, Gordon Road.  Attempted burglary.  The aggrieved found damage to their front door.  No entry gained and nothing stolen.

19/5 Sunday 10.40 p.m.  Money Row Green, Holyport.  Two young boys threw a stone at a house, smashing a window.  They ran off towards the Green.
20/5  Monday 5.30 p.m. / 6.40 p.m.  Frogmill Spinney, Hurley.  Car window smashed and handbag stolen.  It was later discarded nearby.
20/5 - 21/5  Monday 5.30 p.m. / Tuesday 2.30 p.m.  Malders Lane..  Garage break.  Entry via forced side window.  Garage searched and offenders disturbed by a dog barking.  Not known if anything stolen.
18/5 - 20/5  Saturday 1 p.m. / Monday 8 a.m.  Clifton Close.  Shed break.  Lock forced.  A DeWalt Compressor, Ryobi electric screwdriver, Makita radio, yellow transformer and two grinder blades.
20/5  Monday 11.30 p.m.  Boyn Hill Road.  A witness heard a van alarm sound and phoned the police.  They saw two men removing tools from the van.  They then got into a car and drove off.
20/5 - 21/5  Monday 9 p.m. / Tuesday 7 a.m.  Suffolk Road X 3.  1.  Van breaks.  Front quaterlight smashed.  DeWalt Chop saw, DeWalt drill, drill and case and Sat Nav stolen.  2.  Side door forced.  DeWalt drill pack, Hilt breaker and petrol saw stolen.  3.  SIDE DOOR OPENED BY UNKNOWN MEANS - radio stolen.
21/5  Monday 12.20 p.m.  Bloomfield Road.  Van break.  ENTERED BY UNKNOWN MEANS and tools stolen.
19/5 - 20/5  Sunday 6 p.m. / Monday 7.05 a.m.  Rolls Lane, Holyport.  Rear car window smashed and a mobile phone and tools stolen
Hi Jeff,
I wanted to share the following with you.
I received an email from my bank this morning, regarding a direct debit being set up in my name, using my account details from a company. I had never heard of them before, until now. I immediately called my bank and cancelled my direct debit.
I called the company’s head office and was notified that an annual membership had been setup in my name, with my address, by someone based at the leisure Pool. I haven’t been there, since my daughter was 3 years old (now 13).
I can only assume that someone has stolen post from my post box, to get my personal information.
Morale of the story check your bank account on a regular basis for unusual activity no matter the monetary value maybe and be vigilant and report it to your bank immediately.
High Jeff,
My son-in-law contacted us today in a bit of a state, because so called bailiffs or debt collection agents, told him there was an outstanding debt that unless he transferred £2500, the bailiffs would call.  He was concerned on two counts, first that a debt on his business would be bad and he was worried someone might turn up and intimidate his wife, our daughter.
I quickly realised it was a scam and the intimidating calls and texts eventually died away.
For information the call claimed to be from High Court Enforcement Agency.
The so called debt, was to Crime Prevention Network that seems a bit ironic, in the circumstances.
Anything like this is almost guaranteed to be a scam !  BIN THEM
The 101 number is still functioning properly, but I am afraid it may be slow to answer at the moment - if you are experiencing delays, you can always make contact with us using the online reporting system:
Eyes and ears.....................and brain
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If you are not a member of a Neighbourhood Watch scheme
You can find details of your local schemes, by going online at
‘Our Watch’ using this link:
If no such group exists in your area, consider establishing your
Own group.  For more details, contact John Diack, the NHW MSA for Maidenhead at:
Message sent by
Jeffrey Pick (Police, Community Engagement & Resilience Officer, Windsor & Maidenhead LPA)

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