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This message is dated Monday 14th May 2018 - Windsor

Alert message sent 14/05/2018 10:36:00

Information sent on behalf of Thames Valley Police

This message is dated Monday 14th May 2018 for Windsor.


FIRST - a suspicious Scam in Ascot:

11/5  Gainsborough Drive.  The aggrieved has received letters from two Insurance Companies confirming Insurance policies being taken out on four cars, he knows nothing about.  He phoned them and they confirmed his address had been used to take out the policies.  The name used was Derek Chapman.  The aggrieved checked his bank and credit cards, but there has been no unusual expenditure.  They then did a Experian credit check, which showed that their email and password had been illegally published online.  All passwords have now been changed.  They have since received more policies from other Insurance companies.






13/5  Sunday 10 p.m. / 11.15 p.m.  Bike locked to railings stolen. A very valuable, black, Specialized, man’s racing bike.







12/5  Saturday 7 p.m. / 9 p.m.  Charlton Way.  Locked up bike stolen from outside.  A blue & silver Giant, mountain bike.

12/5 - 13/5  Saturday 7 p.m. / Sunday 10 a.m.  York Road.  Car entered and searched - nothing stolen.  Repeat victim.



12/5  Saturday 11 p.m.  Park Corner.  A witness saw someone kicking a car door causing damage.




11/5  Friday 9.10 p.m.  Montagu Road.  Attempted garage Break.  The alarm sounded at 9.10 p.m.  The owner checked the house all was ok.  In the morning they found that someone had attempted to force the garage door.  No entry gained.

11/5 - 12/5  Friday 10 p.m. / Saturday 7.30 a.m.  Vamoose Burglary.  Ouseley Road.  The owner went to bed, BUT MAY HAVE LEFT THE PATIO DOOR UNLOCKED.  Offenders entered the property via a side garden gate and then the rear patio door.  They have searched the ground floor and taken 2 sets of car keys from a drawer.  Two cars have then been stolen from the drive.  A black BMW 540I index LA ** KPY and a black Rover Range Rover index PR ** RUD.  CCTV shows an offender driving the BMW away at 4.23 a.m. and then coming back 5 minutes later and taking the Range Rover.

11/5 - 12/5  Coppice Drive, Wraysbury.  Car windscreen smashed and wipers bent out of shape.  Criminal damage.

13/5  Sunday midnight / 7 a.m.  The Myrke, Datchet.  A car and a van on the driveway entered and searched.  The lock on the van has been tampered with.  Four pairs of sunglasses and loose change stolen from the car and mounts of electronic devices stolen from the van.  Repeat victim.

12/5 - 13/5  Saturday 1 p.m. / Sunday 8.40 a.m.  The Embankment.  VAN ENTERED BY UNKNOWN MEANS - Hedge trimmers X 2 stolen.





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Message sent by
Jeffrey Pick (Police, NHW & Community Msg Co-ordinator, Windsor & Maidenhead LPA)

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