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Key Safe Crime Prevention Advice

Alert message sent 18/02/2020 17:59:00

Information sent on behalf of Thames Valley Police


Police have received reports of two suspicious incidents occurring during the early hours of Friday 14 February.
Firstly at 02.00hrs two males both described as been dressed in black and about 6’ tall, were recorded on a residents Ring doorbell in the garden of a property in Mulberry Close. One appeared to keeping a look out as the other was checking out the garden and property.
Then at 03.57hrs two individuals described as youngsters dressed in dark clothing were seen by a resident in Fakenham Way to be at the front door of a house across their road apparently tampering with the key safe box that was fixed to the side of the front door. The inidividulals ran off “up the road” when the witness shouted out of a window at them, before returning and getting into small dark coloured hatchback car and driving away.
Although on this occasion neither property appears to have been broken into, damage caused or any property to have been stolen, Investigating officer DC Victoria McNicholas would be interested to hear from anyone who has any further information or CCTV, Dashcam  recordings of  these incidents.
Anyone who believes they have useful information is asked to contact Thames Valley Police on line or by phone on 101 quoting URN 161 14/02/20.
 
If you use a keysafe or are intending to install one, police would advise that you position it low down on the wall, and out of sight from passing pedestrian traffic.
 
For more advice on how to keep your home safe, visit the Thames Valley Police website,
<www.thamesvalley.police.uk/advice/protecting-your-home-and-belongings/>
 
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Jon Morris (Police, Administrator, Bracknell)

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