ATTEMPTED DWELLING HOUSE BURGLARIES
GREAT NOTLEY Ridings Avenue
Between Wednesday 2nd November to Friday 4th November 09:02hrs.
Suspects unknown attempted to gain entry at rear door and used an implement to hack away at door frame by the lock .But no entry gained.
PANFIELD Queens Gardens
Between Tuesday 1st November 14:00hrs and Wednesday 2nd November 10:50hrs.
Suspect unknown gained entry to victim’s secure rear garden by removing a fence panel and placing it by the garage door.
Suspect then attempted to gain entry to large containers shed in the garden . Two padlocks which were securing it. Tools marks found on the padlocks and a glove was left at the scene believed to belong to suspect. No entry gained.
DWELLING HOUSE BURGLARIES.
Between 29th October 12:00hrs and 30th October 17:00hrs.
Suspect unknown gained entry to property by smashing the rear patio door-once inside suspects took items. Suspect then blocked the front door with a table , suspect exit via entry
WITHAM Pinkham Drive
Monday 30th October 02:00hrs.
Suspect unknown gained entry to property by forcing the door open and husband’s wallet was removed –but victim disturbed suspects and they left.
DAMAGE TO MOTOR VEHICLES.
There have been so many damages to motor vehicle s throughout Braintree District this past week that it would have completed a whole page.
THEFT FROM PERSONS
Monday 30th October between 13:30hrs and 14:00hrs.
Suspect unknown removed property from the victim’s INSECURE bag
HALSTEAD Ramsey Road
Sunday 29th October between 13:900hrs and 13:30hrs.
Suspect unknown picked up victim’s phone and switched it off straight away.
THEFT FROM MOTOR VEHICLES
BRAINTREE Manor Street
Between 9th October and 30th October.
Suspect unknown stole the four wheels from a white Ford Transit van by jacking the vehicle up.
FEERING London Road
Between Tuesday 1st November 22:00hrs and Wednesday 2nd November 08:00hrs
Suspect unknown gained entry of victim’s white Mercedes Sprinter by pulling off one rear magnet and prising the doors open and various tools removed.
THEFT OF MOTOR VEHICLES
HALSTEAD Maple Close
Tuesday 1st November between 00:00hrs and 13:57hrs.
Suspect unknown removed the victim’s vehicle but no details given.
SILVER END London Road
From 27th October to 28th October 08:58hrs.
Suspects unidentified have driven into the gates at the compound and have stolen a flatbed Ford Transit and caused damage to a silver Mercedes.
BRAINTREE Panfield Lane
From 29th October 23:00hrs to 30th October 08:20hrs.
Suspect unknown stole the victim’s Renault 5
EQUESTRIAN PROPERTY STOLEN
BRANDON Benedicts Road
Sunday 23rd October 14:30hrs.
Horse rugs stolen and a white man with brown hair was seen leaving the property carrying a number of horse rugs. It is believed that the offender may have been driving a small white panel van with a roof rack bearing a number plate ending “UGC”.
Friday 28th October early hours.
An equestrian business was broken into and a quantity of high value coats and jackets were stolen. The offenders broke into a an outbuilding of a nearby residential property and stole a set of bolt croppers which were used to gain access into the premises. It is believed the offenders had used a blue Toyota Previa , to remove the stolen items as this was found abandoned in a field with some of the clothing and hangers inside .The vehicle had been stolen from an address in Middleton ,The Street overnight between 25th and 26th October.
CLAYDON Church Lane
Monday 31st October at 19:00hrs
A tack room attached to stables was entered and the offenders stole equestrian items.
A member of the public witnessed two men using a wheelbarrow to remove items from the tack room to a waiting car. However they took flight in the vehicle before the women could raise the alarm .The offenders are described as white men , age between 18 and 28 years. The driver of the vehicle was wearing a grey beanie hat and the second offender was wearing dark clothing .The vehicle , an older style silver saloon , possibly a Ford Mondeo , was parked in Church Lane.
COPDOCK Wenham Road
Between Tuesday 1st November 18:00hrs and Wednesday 2nd November 12:10hrs.
Offenders forced entry into a tack room of an equestrian yard and stole eight saddles.
Any information call Suffolk Police telephone 101 references 62368/71/61/70-16 .
THEFTS OF MOUNTAIN BIKES
Once again in the past week there have been many Mountain Bikes have been taken throughout the Braintree District
THEFT OF CONCRETE MIXER
HATFIELD PEVEREL Maldon Road
Suspect unknown gained entry by forcing the side gate and removed a concrete mixer and a wacker plate from the garden.
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