EDIT: Crime Map at base of post.
Burglary – Moore Road Bourton-On-The-Water
- Gloucestershire police incident 482 13/12/18
Police were called to a burglary in progress last night at 21:45pm
The burglary was disturbed by a neighbour who heard breaking glass and saw two male youths running away. A police dog was called but failed to track the suspects.
In a separate incident (incident 77 14/12/18 ) number plates from a car in Salonsbury Cottages were stolen over night.
Anyone with information is asked to call 101 or email email@example.com quoting the incident numbers above.
PC 2201 Nick Westmacott
Stow Neighbourhood Policing Team
Message Sent By
Nicholas Westmacott (Police, PC, Cirencester)
Suspicious Car To Watch Out For
On 6th December PC’s Mark Weedon and Nick Westmacott issued community alerts to several areas of the district highlighting a recent rise in acquisitive crime where criminals have been using stolen cars on to which they have fixed number plates that are also stolen.
These villains are travel into the district to commit crime and regularly change the car or cars that they are using. On the 6th Mark sent out details of what we believed to be that latest car they were using. Following the arrest of one of the group we believe they now have a new car that we would like you to be on the look out for.
Please let us know if you see, and are suspicious of, a sky blue coloured Citroen C3. We believe the car is likely to be ‘wearing’ false or stolen number plates. The latests plates that you should look for are LM13SXE or LG14FRX. If you see this car with either of these number plates then please call us on 101. If you believe the occupants to be in the act of committing a crime then please call 999.
Thank you for your help in trying to locate this car and it’s occupants. I would just like to repeat Mark’s earlier advice –
Measures can be taken by you to help reduce crime. Anti-theft number plates screws that can’t be removed with normal tools and theft resistant number plates can be bought. Ensure your vehicles are locked at all times and do not leave items of value in your cars, this includes wallets/purses, phones, expensive clothing and electrical items. You can also contact your local neighbourhood policing team for a free crime reduction survey for your home.
Message Sent By Garrett Gloyn (Police, PS, Cirencester)