This message is dated Tuesday 11th February 2020 - Maidenhead
Alert message sent 11/02/2020 14:09:00
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This message is dated Tuesday 11th February 2020 for Maidenhead.
First a new type of scam:
The victim received a phone call, purporting to come from Dyson the vacuum cleaner company. They said the victim had been referred to them as the owner of a Dyson - which in fact she did. They had a special offer on at this time, re vacuum cleaner bags. If she would give them her bank card details, they would make her part of the offer and she would receive a supply of bags.
It was of course a scam phone call and attempts were made to remove money from her account. I thought Dysons, didn’t have bags ???
Very simple case - DON’T LET IT BE YOU.
8/2 Friday 8.30 a.m. / 5 p.m. Bridge Road. Burglary. Entry via communal door. Internal flat door left unlocked. Untidy search. Laptop, iPad and tablet stolen.
10/2 Monday 3.25 p.m. All Saints Avenue. A witness saw three lads attempting to remove his garden bench. He shouted and they made off. Later they took a bench from a local shop and threw it over the gate into the cemetery.
RIVERSIDE & BELMONT:
9/2 Sunday 3.40 p.m. Ray Drive. Burglary. An offender entered the property via a n unlocked door, picked up a laptop, docking station & impact drill.
8/2 Saturday 9.40 a.m. Belmont Road. A witness reported a man attempting to break into 2 parked vans
email@example.com BISHAM, COOKHAM, HURLEY, THE WALTHAMS, LITTLEWICK GREEN & KNOWL HILL:
8/2 - 9/2 Friday 11 p.m. / Saturday 7.40 a.m. Farm, Smewins Road, White Waltham. Burglary. Offenders entered and searched the attached garage and then the house via an internal communicating door. Downstairs searched - Computer, house / car keys, World War ll medals, lawn mower, leaf blower, strimmers X 2, cricket equipment and ski equipment stolen.
8/2 Saturday 1.40 a.m. Golf Club Car Park, Henley Road X 2. 1. Catalytic converter stolen from under a Honda Accord. 2. The owner returned to their Toyota Prius, to find the rear jacked up in an attempt to steal the catalytic converter. The offenders were obviously disturbed, by returning golfers and the House manager and sped off at speed. The trolley jack was left behind.
8/2 - 9/2 Saturday 10 a.m. / Sunday 9 a.m. High Road, Cookham. Car right hand wing mirror ripped from car and the mirror itself, removed.
PINKNEYS GREEN & FURZE PLATT:
10/2 Monday 6 p.m. / 11.50 p.m. Hambleden Walk. Car vandalised. It looks as if someone has kicked in the door.
10/2 Monday 6.30 p.m. Littlefield Green, White Waltham. The owner returned to their house and disturbed two men who immediately ran off, getting into a waiting black Mercedes. The owner believed they were trying to steal his index plates.
firstname.lastname@example.org BOYN HILL, COX GREEN & WOODLANDS PARK:
8/2 - 9/2 Saturday 11 p.m. / Sunday 9.30 a.m. Green Lane. Shed break. Lock forced. Attempt to force the lock on the garage, but no entry gained - Hedge trimmer stolen.
6/2 - 8/2 Thursday 6 a.m. / Saturday 11.30 p.m. Beenham’s Heath, Shurlock Row. Shed break. Leaf blower, strimmer & hedge trimmer stolen.
7/2 - 8/2 Friday 9 p.m. / Saturday 11 a.m. Wessex Way. Wall sprayed with graffiti.
9/2 Sunday 9.40 p.m. Pheasants Croft. Lump of concrete thrown at the front door.
10/2 Monday 7.20 p.m. Tithe Close. A delivery driver, delivering parcels returned to their van to find parcels had been stolen. A black Mercedes was seen to drive off at speed.
OLDFIELD, BRAY & HOLYPORT:
10/2 Monday 7.10 p.m. Trenchard Road, Holyport X 2. 1. Index plate stolen. The owner had seen someone kneeling down in front of the car. 2. Index plates stolen from a new car.
Please consider using our online reporting system but please note this reporting tool is not for use where a crime happening right now, the suspect is still at the scene, or anyone seriously injured or in immediate danger.
21/1 - 22/1 Tuesday 7 p.m. / Wednesday 8 a.m. Desborough Crescent. Car driver’s window smashed - untidy search inside - loose change stolen.
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