Details of crimes released as Newbury continues to suffer through burglary crimewave
Police have released the details of several recent residential crimes that have occurred in Newbury as the town suffers its worst burglary crimewave in 12 years.
As reported yesterday, there have been more than 17 burglaries within the district since the start of September, as well as several other break-ins across North Hampshire and the rest of Berkshire.
Thames Valley Police have now released the details of more of these crimes that have occurred in the past few days in an attempt to appeal for more information about them.
Between Wednesday, November 22 and Thursday, November 23, a garage was broken into and a girl’s bike was stolen from a property in Speen Lane. The crime reference number is 43230530151.
Between midnight on Wednesday, November 22 and 4.40pm on Thursday, November 23, an offender or offenders entered a property in Rupert Road via the back door.
A messy search was carried out and a game console was stolen. The crime reference number is 43230527615.
On Thursday, November 23 at approximately 5pm, an offender or offender smashed a front window pane of a property in Howarth Court. The crime reference number is 43230528432.
Overnight on Friday, November 24, an offender or offenders entered a property in Speen Place by smashing the back door window.
A messy search carried out and some jewellery was stolen. The crime reference number is 43230528869.
Between 7.30pm on Friday, November 24 and 5am on Saturday, November 25, a silver Mercedes convertible with the partial registration AM61 was stolen from Horseshoe End. The crime reference number is 43230530241.
On Saturday, November 25 at approximately 6.30pm, a black bicycle was stolen from a garden shed on a property in York Road. The crime reference number is 43230531028.
Between 9am on Thursday, November 23 and 6pm on Sunday, November 26, an offender or offenders gained access to a property in Leys Gardens by smashing the door of the rear patio.
A messy search was carried out and some jewellery was stolen. The crime reference number is 43230532267.
Police have encouraged anyone who might know anything about any of these incidents to contact the police enquiry centre on 101 and quote the relevant reference number.
Read our recent story about the burglary crimewave to find out police advice on how to keep your home safe from burglars.