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Hampshire Police Alerts - Local Car crime

  • Author: Hampshire Police
  • Published: 13th May 2017
  • Categories: News, Community & Volunteer, Hampshire

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Message sent by
Almera Toogood (Police, PCSO, East Hampshire District)

Overnight on 11th May 2017 person / s unknown have entered the building site on St James Place,Clanfield and have  stolen a selection of workmen's tools and machinery
Please if you have any information in relation to this ,contact the police on 101 and quote reference 44170177348  
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Message sent by
Darryl Hook (Police, PCSO, East Hampshire District)

Sometime between dates/times 12/05/2017 10:30 Unknown person/s have gained access to a vehicle by smashing front passenger window in Lovedean Lane, Horndean. On this occasion a handbag was stolen.

Please read our advice below: 

  • Try to park in sign-posted parking areas.
  • Be cautious about parking your car in isolation. Thieves can be put off when other people are around.
  • Do not leave anything in your vehicle. A jacket or coat left behind may be of very little value to you, but a thief may think it has been used to hide a laptop or handbag and will break into your vehicle to find out.
  • Take items with you rather than locking them in the boot, you can’t be sure who has seen you.
  • Before you leave home, think about what you need and leave any unnecessary items of value at home.
  • Make sure you do not leave documents which have your personal details on in your vehicle.
  • Do not leave your sat-nav in your vehicle and don’t forget to remove the cradle and wipe the sucker marks from your windscreen.
  • Remember to shut all windows and sunroofs and lock all doors. Activate the alarm and immobiliser. Make use of any security products you might have such as steering locks.
  • Whilst enjoying the sights make sure you keep your bag and possessions with you.

Please ensure you are vigilant at all times, calling police to report any suspicious activity, not just around your own property but anything suspicious in your residential area and community. In an emergency use 999 or 101 for non-emergency. It is not too late to report any suspicious activity to police.

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