This message is dated Monday 12th July 2021 - Windsor
Alert message sent 12/07/2021 14:42:00
Information sent on behalf of Thames Valley Police
YET ANOTHER SEXTORTION CASE:
A young man received a ‘Friend Request’ which he accepted and then started a conversation with a young woman on SnapChat. She suggested they ‘play a game’. She will send him a picture and he must send one back. She sent him an intimate photo and asked him to respond. He was suspicious as he didn’t believe the photo was of the girl he was speaking to – so asked her for a video – which she provided on condition he sent one back – which he did. He immediately received a response with a demand for money. She had copied all the contacts in his phone and would send the video to everyone in his contact list, if he did not send $100. He responded that he was too young to be able to send money and she reduced the demand to $50. She asked him if he had PayPal as she would accept a PayPal payment. He said he did not and has not heard from them since.
PLEASE – PLEASE – PLEASE – PLEASE – Do not say, write, text or video anything online, you would not be happy for your family, relatives, friends, work colleagues, neighbours - anyone in your personal address book – to see !
I have attached reference numbers to each crime report. If you live in the vicinity of any of the crimes mentioned and have CCTV or a video doorbell, can you please check the footage. If you have any that might be of interest to the police, can you please make contact with us, quoting reference number given.
Alternatively you can call 101 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111 or email - www.crimestoppers-uk.org
9/7 Friday 3.10 p.m. / 4 p.m. Charles Street. Locked up bike stolen. A Grey & black, Voodoo Marosa, man’s road bike. Ref. No: 43210304527
ETON & ETON WICK:
9/7 – 10/7 Friday 10 p.m. / Saturday 6 a.m. Alma Road, Eton Wick. Flower pots stolen from the window sills of 2 houses ! Ref. No: 43210305556
firstname.lastname@example.org CLEWER, DEDWORTH & OAKLEY GREEN:
9/7 Friday 2 p.m. Perrycroft. A man was seen attempting to push open the victim's front door with his arm. The door has not opened. The man then walked around to the side gate. The victim's dogs started barking, which is believed to have scared the male off, causing him to leave. Ref. No: 43210303864
10/7 – 11/7 Saturday 10 a.m. / Sunday 12 noon. Maidenhead Road. Sprinter van broken into – nothing stolen. Ref. No: 43210306775
10/7 Saturday 7.20 a.m. Grasmere, Sawyers Close. Van break. Hole drilled above the lock. Toolbox and backpack containing tools stolen. Ref. No: 43210305102
9/7 – 10/7 Friday 8 p.m. / Saturday 1.40 p.m. the Willows, Maidenhead Road. Van break. Rear door gouged out around the lock. No entry gained and nothing stolen. Ref. No: 43210305466
10/7 Saturday 8.40 a.m. Wolf lane Car stolen from driveway captured on a video doorbell. A silver Mercedes E class, index T * DRJ. The offenders were seen to drive up in a medium sized black vehicle. Two offenders got out. One made his way to the Mercedes, the other made his way to the front of the house. He can be seen using a scanner. He waves it about in front of the house. The lights of the Mercedes then flash, and one of the suspects drove it away. The other male got in the other vehicle and drove off in the same direction. Ref. 43210305142
CLEWER EAST & PARK:
9/7 Friday 0.45 a.m. Russell Street / St. Leonard’s Road. Report of a man walking along the road trying car door handles. Ref. No: 43210303011
email@example.com DATCHET, HORTON & WRAYSBURY: Please don’t forget the date for your diary – Wraysbury Village Hall, 21st July 6 p.m. / 8 p.m. We are trialling this as a first public meeting for over a year ! Masks still to be worn. If it goes well – there will be more. We will be discussing scams, Frauds and current crime issues. PCSO Les Bradfield and myself will be there – with other guest speakers if they can come.
11/7 Sunday Welley Road, Wraysbury. Garages in an external block broken into. 1. Metal fixings for padlocks cut – set of spanners stolen. Ref. No: 43210306908 2. Door kicked at the bottom to gain entry – not yet known if anything stolen. Ref. No: 43210306923 3. Door kicked in and locks broken - not yet known if anything stolen. Ref. No: 43210306948
9/7 Friday 9.30 p.m. Penn Road, Datchet. House windows smashed with stones from a catapult. Ref. No: 43210204624
11/7 Sunday 2.15 p.m. Fairfield Avenue. Two youths rode their bike into a front garden damaging the hedge in 2 places, pulling it up and scattering it around the garden. Ref. No: 43210306951
10/7 – 11/7 Saturday 8 p.m. / Sunday 9 a.m. Mill Place, Datchet. VAN ENTERED BY UNKNOWN MEANS – searched and a bag of loose change stolen. Ref. No: 43210307170
OLD WINDSOR: NO CRIME TO REPORT.
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NEWS UPDATE FROM NEIGHBOURHOOD WATCH
Hi, I am Valerie Pike, Chair of Windsor & Ascot NHW Association. The Association was formed in September 2019 and our objective was simply to help residents. In setting up the Association, we asked
How can each of us
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· help the Police to reduce local crime?
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But most of all Neighbourhood Watch is about helping the Police to keep us safe. They need the support of people who care. If that’s you - join us now!
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