Font Size A A A
Hampshire Country Watch
Hampshire Country Watch

Click here to return to the home page.

Theft from Motor Vehicle - Horndean

Alert message sent 12/04/2019 19:25:00

Information sent on behalf of Hampshire Constabulary


We have had a series of theft from vehicles which occurred overnight in the Horndean area as follows:
 
Kings Mead - a van was broken into and 2 Dewalt drills were taken. The lock barrel was found on the grass nearby – reference no. 44190126190
 
Pump Lane the barrel lock of the van was damaged to gain access and tools stolen from within – reference no. 44190126163
 
Nightjar Close access gained to the vehicle and Makita and Dewalt tools stolen – reference no. 44190126155
 
If you have any information in relation to any of the above incidents please call 101 giving the related reference number above.
 
Please be vigilant and look out for your neighbours and follow the crime prevention advice below:
  • When leaving your car, close all windows and lock your car.
  • Upon locking your vehicle try your car door to ensure it is actually locked.
  • Park your car in an attended car park.
  • Look for public car parks approved by the Park Mark scheme.
  • When parking at home, use your garage. If you don't have a garage, park in a well-lit area.
  • Don't leave anything on display in your vehicle.
  • Take all your personal possessions with you.
  • Remove sat nav holders and visible sat nav ring marks from windscreens.
  • Leave the glove box open to show there's nothing inside.
  • Fit an alarm or immobiliser to your car.
  • Record the details of your property including serial numbers with any distinguishing features on the Immobilise website.
  • Do not store your car's documents in the car.
  • Secure your wheels using locking wheel nuts.
  • More information about alarms can be found on the Thatcham and Sold Secure websites.
  • Lock your vehicle even when it is on your drive.
Message sent by
Josephine Killick (Police, PCSO, East Hampshire District)

Message tag words

Back to previous page
Click here to tweet this message to your followers

Discuss this alert message

Please see terms below before using this feature
Please be aware that the facility above is a Facebook service, posting your views will make some of your Facebook information visible to everyone (as with any Facebook activity).

The system administrators (VISAV Limited) monitor the content added. Any misuse or objectionable material should be reported to support@neighbourhoodalert.co.uk.

The views expressed do not represent the views of the system administrators who are VISAV Limited, the Police, Neighbourhood Watch and other Information Provider using this service.