Archive for September, 2010

Stansted Neighbourhood Watch Public Meeting: Wed 29th Sept

September 27, 2010
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Stansted Neighbourhood Watch Public Meeting: Wed 29th Sept

The next public meeting is this Wednesday (29th Sept) at 7.30pm in the meeting hall behind the Stansted Free Church (situated towards the bottom of Chapel Hill, CM24 8AG). Follow the sign to Millways Stationery, there is a car park behind the church. @ 7.30pm in the meeting hall behind the Stansted Free Church...
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Burglary – St Johns Rd, Stansted – 27th September

September 27, 2010
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At some point before 27th September, occupants of an address at St. Johns Rd, Stansted, returned from holiday to find that their house had been broken into by smashing the rear patio door.
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Car key burglary in Takeley, Attempted Burglary Dwelling in Little Hallingbury

September 17, 2010
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Car key burglary in Takeley Committed at some time between 11.30pm  – 2.50am on 16/09/10 at Chestnut Way, Takeley.  Entry appears to have been via the front door. Two vehicles, both Alfa Romeos,were removed from outside the premises. Attempted Burglary Dwelling in Little Hallingbury Committed at The Village, Little Hallingbury between 11.40 am –...
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Burglary in Leaden Roding with 3 arrested – St Michaels Mews between 13:00 – 14:30 on 13/09/2010

September 16, 2010
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Entry was gained by smashing a rear window, messy search conducted and items removed including a laptop, cash and watches. Three males were seen to leave the premises and made off in a Vauxhall Astra. It appears that the same vehicle and suspects may be responsible for another dwelling burglary committed in Ongar 40...
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Braintre / Uttlesford: theft of catalytic converters; 06/09/2010 – 09/09/2010

September 16, 2010
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Police are appealing for information and witnesses following a number of thefts of catalytic converters from high clearance vehicles in Braintree and Uttlesford districts between September 6-9, 2010. Between the evening of September 6 and the morning of September 9, 2010, unknown suspects stole the catalytic converter from high clearance vehicles in: a street...
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Council Tax rebate scam

September 16, 2010
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We have had reports in the area of householders receiving calls –  allegedly from Uttlesford District Council to say that they are to be awarded a Council Tax rebate and asking them to call up (on a number which the caller specifies) to arrange for funds to be transferred. Uttlesford District Council know nothing...
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Lower St, Stansted – Criminal damage Sunday 5th September 11.45pm

September 6, 2010
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A tall white male with brown hair, broad shoulders, aged between 30 to 40 and wearing  flip flops, jeans and a polo shirt has been captured on CCTV picking up a loose paving slab outside a restaurant in Lower St, and throwing it through the front window causing the window to smash. Update –...
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Fly tipping – Broxted, Overnight Friday 3rd September

September 6, 2010
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During the night of 3rd September, fly tippers entered a private field and dumped various building waste items such as doors and broken glass.  If you saw anything suspicious at all or any unusual vehicles, particularly vans or open topped pick up vehicles,  in the area on Friday night, please let us know.
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Alarm Sales Companies

September 6, 2010
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We have had reports of a further alarm sales company offering  “free” burglar alarms. This one is from a company which describes itself as being part of the “UK Crime Reduction Group” (which I could find no trace of on the web). The caller claimed to have 4 free systems to offer to people...
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Village vigilance against burglars

September 2, 2010
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House burglaries across Uttlesford district have decreased by over 15 percent comparing May to July this year, with May to July last year. However, some villages in Uttlesford, which generally have very low crime rates, have been suffering a higher than usual incidence of house burglaries recently, and local police and Neighbourhood Watch are...
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