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Vehicle crime, BATCHLEY & CENTRAL

  • Incident number: BATCHLEY & CENTRAL x VARIOUS
  • Date: 18/03/2019
  • Sender: 91192
  • Business area name: CITIZENS IN POLICING

BATCHLEY & CENTRAL

OIS: 0094S 180319
VEHICLE CRIME   SHIRELAND LANE, REDDITCH
Between 17:00hrs 17/03/2019 & 07:00hrs 18/03/2019
Persons unknown have gained access to a car parked on a driveway and stolen a black leather wallet containing bank cards and cash from within.

OIS: 0242S 170319
VEHICLE CRIME   PLYMOUTH ROAD, REDDITCH
Between 16:00hrs 16/03/2109 & 09:00hrs 17/03/2019
A car parked on a driveway was entered and searched, 2 x pairs of glasses were stolen from within.

OIS: 0548S 160319
VEHICLE CRIME    LODGE ROAD, REDDITCH
Between 07/03/2019 & 10/03/2019
A car parked on the roadway outside the property was broken into and items stolen including a black coloured Pakka folding bicycle, and an MP3 player

VEHICLE CRIME

Vehicle Safety
Most vehicle crime is opportunistic and happens as a result of a vehicle being left vulnerable or unsecured for example:
•doors or windows left unlocked
•keys left in the ignition
•personal belongings on display (e.g. handbag, laptop)
•Tools & equipment left in work vans
•sat nav and holder left in vehicle
•parked in a poorly lit areas
•vehicles being left unlocked with engines running to defrost during winter
The advice below will provide you with some tips on how you can outsmart car thieves. Following these simple steps will help us to reduce vehicle crime even further and save you the hassle and expense of having to repair any damage caused during a vehicle break-in. Visit the West Mercia Police website, (Crime & Safety)
https://www.westmercia.police.uk/article/4877/Vehicle-safety


If you have information that you believe may be connection, please contact the Police on 101, quoting the OIS incident reference number given. Remain vigilant around your area and report suspicious persons, vehicles or activity to the Police on 101.
Information can also be given anonymously to the Independent Charity, Crimestoppers, by calling 0800 555 111 or by visiting their website: www.crimestoppers-uk.org.
Sender: Citizens in Policing
91192