Crime Update 19 June 2017

Paula Hipkiss (Police, PCSO 7187, Beeston (Broxtowe South) writes:

Lovely weather set to continue but don’t forget to keep an eye on windows and doors. Please make sure they are locked before you go to bed.

Check on elderly neighbours where possible during the warm spell.

Burglary other than Dwelling:-
15/06/2017 – Bembridge Court, Bramcote – attempt garage break.
16-17/06/2017 – Rufford Avenue, Bramcote – Shed broken into and a Specilized cycle stolen.
16/06/2017 – Stapleford Road, Trowell – garage broken into and tools stolen.
16/06/2017 – Baulk Lane, Stapleford – garage broken into, nothing stolen on this occasion.

Burglary:-
01-16/06/2017 – Kayes Court, Stapleford.

Please lock cycles away even in shed/garages. Mark any tools with postcodes etc. Use close shackled padlocks instead of longer open padlocks as these are easier to crop open. You can used coach bolts to replace some of the screws in your shed. Coach bolts are difficult to screw open from the outside. Register serial number of tools and cycles on www.immobilise.com.

Please DO NOT leave pets in your vehicles. Our pavements are very warm during the day so please consider walking pets early morning or later in the evening when it cools slightly.

Stay cool and safe

Best wishes

Beeston Cluster Neighbourhood Policing Team.

Source: Broxtowe Community email.

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2 Responses to Crime Update 19 June 2017

  1. Kelly B says:

    My partners motorbike was stolen off my drive in broad daylight on Sunday 11th June. Dennis Avenue. Why has this not been listed. It was reported and bike found the next day in Hucknall. PC Ward was the officer dealing with this. What else is being missed on this update?

  2. Pat Ratcliffe says:

    What are you suggesting, Kelly B? Human error? That the Police massage their crime figures? Heaven forbid that such a situation could be possible!
    Perhaps there are not enough police officers on the street, on foot, not speeding by in cars, integrating and building trust with the public

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