Your crime report 28/02/12

GLEDHOLT: Feb 13. Window smashed to enter a car and search glove compartment.

GLEDHOLT: Feb 13. Window smashed to enter a car and search glove compartment. Nothing was stolen.

MARSH: Feb 15. Suspect smashed glass pane in a rear patio door to get into house. The alarm was activated and nothing is believed to have been stolen.

Feb 17. Vandals damaged wing mirrors on five parked cars.

On the same date suspects approached a property in a blue Subaru Impreza with false plates. They used a large stone to attack a French door window to get into the house. A vanity case was discarded at the roadside and the vehicle made off in the direction of Imperial Road.

Also on that date a bogus caller went to an elderly woman’s home, claiming to be her gardener. He entered her living room and searched her handbag and house before leaving. Suspect was arrested.

OAKES: Feb 11. Brick was moved to get into an unlocked garage. A vehicle parked inside was entered and a house key stolen.

Feb 14. A large stone was used to smash ground floor windows at a house.

Feb 18. The glass panel in side upvc door was smashed. Raider reached through and unlocked door to get into house. Suspects made off after victim was woken by a dog barking and went downstairs. Car keys were stolen.

LINDLEY: Feb 14. Three female suspects entered The Hair Room on Lidget Street and engaged staff in conversation. While the staff were distracted one of the women stole a mobile phone before all three, described as Asian, made off in an unknown direction.

SALENDINE NOOK: Feb 14. Suspect attempted to steal lead flashing from top of front bay window of house.

 

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