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This message is dated Monday 16th April for Ascot.
NO BURGLARY DWELLINGS AND NO CARS BROKEN INTO OVER THE WEEKEND – IN FACT – VIRTUALLY NO CRIME TO REPORT.
Just another reminder from your Chairman – John Bailes - that we are holding the quarterly Open Meeting on Wednesday 18th April, King Edward’s Hall, off Fernbank Road, N. Ascot, 7.40 p.m. for an 8 p.m. startteas and coffees on arrival !!.A fairly full agenda !Some of the local CID team represented by Det. Const. Dejan Avramovic who will be there, to talk about their work solving and detecting serious acquisitive crime, such as burglary and car crime.
There will also be a feedback session re the new Thames Valley Alert system.I am hoping that Mike from VISA V, the company who supply the system, will be there to hear your feedback for himself.
NO CRIME TO REPORT
12/4 – 13/4Thursday / Friday Queens Road.Handle to communal bin area bent – possible attempted entry.
ASCOT & SOUTH ASCOT:
NO CRIME TO REPORT.
NO CRIME TO REPORT
A note from Kate re her missing cat:
Just to let you know that Alfie was found, following an article in the local paper. He is now home and well. Thank you so much for your help with this.
all the best
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