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Crime Update

Alert message sent 20/01/2020 19:17:00

Information sent on behalf of Hampshire Constabulary

Dear Resident,
Please see below a crime report for the Civil Parishes of Liss, Hawkley, Greatham, Froxfield & Privett, Steep, Stroud and Colemore & Priors Dean.
Week Commencing – Monday 13th January to Sunday 19th January 2020:
15/01/20 - Between 00:35 - 00:45hrs
Snailing Lane, Hawkley.
Ref No: 44200017128
Attempt break in to an outbuilding. Offenders were disturbed by the homeowner and made off their escape. Our response and patrol units attended and also a dog unit was called – no suspects have identified at this time.     
Between 13/01/20  - 16:00hrs & 14/01/20 – 07:30hrs
Barnside Way, Liss.
Ref No: 44200016052
Damage caused to a storage container. Offenders believed to have been disturbed by a resident - no access gained.
15/01/20  -  Between 16:30 – 18:00hrs
Ramsdean Road, Stroud.
Ref No: 44200018214
Resident reporting that he has witnessed a van containing three males to take a large garden statue from the front of a property. At this time no details of the offenders or the offender’s vehicle given. The concrete statue was later dump and found in Ridge Common Lane by the side of the road.
14/01/20 – Between 23:40 – 23:50hrs
Station Road, Liss.
Ref No:  44200017048
Offenders have broken into the rear of a vehicle and were disturbed by the resident. Offender(s) then fled the scene. A toolbox was removed and dropped by the suspect.
18/01/20 – Between 14:00 – 15:00hrs
Longmoor Ranges – Forest Road Car Park.
Ref No: 44200021739
Vehicle left unattended - owner returned to find front passenger window smashed. Nothing reported as stolen at this time.

If you have any information that may assist us with any of these crimes, please call 101 and quote the reference number. Alternatively you can call Crimestoppers on 0800-555 111 and pass on any information anonymously.
Please use this an opportunity to review your security particularly now the evenings are darker. For further crime prevention advice please follow this link:
Regards, John.
Message sent by
John Payne (Police, PCSO, East Ha)

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