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Thefts, Burglaries and Events

Posted on 30th January, 2019

Thefts from garages, vehicles and burglaries

There has been a spate of Garage and shed breaks over the last week on this beat. These have occurred overnight. Various items have been stolen from power tools to bicycles.

 

• Please be vigilant. Lock your garages and sheds.

• Mark any power tools with some identifying marks. Write down serial numbers these help in tracing items if they have been sold in a second hand shop.

• Take down serial numbers from bicycles and photographs. Photographs are very useful if the bike has unique features i.e. mud guards, hand grips. If recently bought please keep receipts.

• Keep ladders locked up in the garage to prevent them being used to break into your house.

• Lighting can be used as a deterrent.

• Dummy CCTV cameras are also useful as a deterrent.

 

There has also been a few house burglaries as well.

• Please lock your doors and windows.

• Lock gates that lead to the garden.

• Keep bins away from fences.

• Lock up ladders.

• Don’t leave keys in doors or in view of the letterbox, where a pole can be put through to pull the keys through.

• Don’t leave valuable items on view from the window.

• If you are going away cancel newspapers, cover any glass panel that letters may be seen if no one is moving the post whilst you are away

• Leave the radio/light on a timer.

• Ask a neighbour to come in at different times to water plants feed the animals.

 

Also a few thefts from carsvans. …again

• Again please lock your vehicle.

• If possible remove any power tools from the vehicle.

• Do not leave valuable on display. Remove satnavs as well as the holder and remove leads.

• Don’t leave coins on display.

• Remove bags i.e rucksack and gym bags.

• Mobile phone holders and leads.

• Dash Cams are useful.

• Leave the glove compartment open to show there is nothing hidden in there.

• Don’t leave any documentation on display especially with your address visible.

North Somerset

Please find attached poster promoting events being held later this month recruiting volunteers to work with the Avon Fire & Rescue Service and the Avon Community Resilience Team.

 

As you will see the poster gives details of the events and how to book tickets.

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If you have information about suspicious incidents or activity please telephone the police on the general number 101 or contact via the website link https://www.avonandsomerset.police.uk/contact-us/

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Related Neighbourhood Watch and Police information is also posted at http://www.bleadon.org.uk/watch and on the Bleadon Community News Page http://www.bleadon.org.uk/news.html

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