Neighbourhood Police weekly bulletin 24 March 2019

Phone Number: 02080000000
Email Address: info@phra.org.uk

Dear Resident

Good Afternoon.

BEWARE!!!      The burglary on Wednesday evening, in Upfield, was again from the rear, and believed the suspects got in through Shirley Park Golf Club/Lloyd Park. Please be vigilant, watch out for yourselves and your neighbours. If you are going away, and no-one will be at your address, please let your neighbours know, and ask them to keep an eye and ear out as well.

This week we’re here:

Monday           0700-2000 hours

Tuesday           0700-2000 hours

Wednesday     1000-2000 hours

Thursday         1000-1530 hours

Friday              1000-2200 hours

Saturday          1300-2200 hours

Sunday             1300-2200 hours

 

Classification Location Date Time
Vehicle Interference – Toolbox kept in an open back work van. Padlock was cut off. Nothing stolen. Deepdene Avenue 19/03/2019 1200-1300
Theft From Motor Vehicle – Front and back windows of the van were smashed. A bag was stolen. Ranmore Avenue 19/03/2019 1200-1330
Theft – A bag was stolen from a bench in Lloyd Park. Lloyd Park 18/03/2019 1600-1630
Burglary – Large kitchen window broken at the rear of the house, alarm sounded, the occupants were away, but a neighbour was alerted. They flagged down a passing Police car. Unknown if anything has been stolen. Upfield 20/03/2019 2015
Theft From Motor Vehicle – Victim came out in the morning and found that contents of the glove box were on the seat. Then discovered that £8 cash, black Superdry jacket, and a folder containing a mini iPod had been stolen. Addiscombe Road 21/03/2019-22/03/2019 2030-0700

Hope to see you when we are out and about. We hope you have a good week.

Regards,

Oliver White PCSO 7248ZD

Park Hill & Whitgift SNT

3rd Floor, Croydon Police Station, 71 Park Lane, Croydon CR9 1BP

Team Mobile: 07341680553

Team Email: SNMailbox-ParkHillandWhitgiftSNT@met.police.uk

Personal Email: oliver.white@met.pnn.police.uk

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