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Tobey Mason (Police, PCSO, East Hampshire District)

 

Sometime between the hours of 08:30 - 17:00 on the 10/11/2017 - there has been two burglaries reported to police from Heath Road , Petersfield. Person's Unknown have gained access to the properties by using an implement to force windows open at the rear of the houses.

If you have any information about these occurrence's please call 101 and quote the following reference numbers:
44170438594 / 44170438794

Please ensure that your property is kept locked and secure at all times. If you are away from your property for a long period it is a good idea to get a neighbour to keep an eye on your property until your return.

  Please follow the below link for crime prevention advice regarding keeping your homes secure:

http://www.hampshire.police.uk/internet/advice-and-information/crime-prevention/

Please check your belongings to see if you can identify any unique etched code if so please sign up to immobilise at www.immobilise.com a national property register, this is free to sign up.

Please ensure you are vigilant at all times, calling police to report any suspicious activity, not just around your own property but anything suspicious in your residential area and community. In an emergency use 999 or 101 for non emergency. It is not too late to report any suspicious activity to police.

 

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Almera Toogood (Police, PCSO, East Hampshire District)


There has been a burglary to a private home along Kiln Lane Buriton during the morning  on 21st September 2017 between 09.00 - 13.00hrs
Your neighbourhood policing team are urging the community to come forward with any information that you may have. Please contact us on 101 and quote the reference number 44170366507 or alternatively you can email PCSO Almy Toogood on This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Visit the Hampshire Constabulary website for comprehensive crime prevention advice at https://www.hampshire.police.uk/ and register your unique personal property onto a national data base with Immobilise at https://www.immobilise.com/

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Darryl Hook (Police, PCSO, East Hampshire District)

Sometime between dates/times 27/08/2017 09:30 - 27/08/2017 12:20 Unknown person/s have gained access to a property in Kiln Lane, Buriton. On this occasion a rear window to the property was broken and cash was taken from within.

Please read our advice below: 

 • Don’t leave valuables on show through unscreened windows, 

• If you are going away, ask a neighbour or friend to check your house regularly, pulling curtains when your timer switches are due to come on.

• Buy timer switches for lamps and radios to give the impression that someone is home.

• Install an alarm system and ensure the alarm box is clearly visible.

• Don’t leave keys in doors – remove them and keep them close at hand but out of sight where you can easily find them in an emergency.

• Don’t leave your house unattended with windows open and unlocked – even for just a minute.

• If you are in the garden or upstairs, make sure your downstairs doors and windows are closed.

• Never leave a key under a doormat or on a string through the letterbox.

 Report suspicious activity to the police on 101 or anonymously via the Crimestoppers charity on 0800 555 111.

For further advice please contact your local Neighbourhood Policing Team or visit www.hampshire.police.uk and type in your postcode to find your local policing pages.

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Good Evening Petersfield Residents,

 There was a burglary in Petersfield Pulens Lane between Sunday the 23rd at 17:00 and Monday the 24th of July at 08:00.

 Let us know if you saw anything suspicious at this time by calling 101 and referencing crime number 44170285449

 Please remember to keep windows secure and lock all doors

 Advice:

Use timer switches (available from most D.I.Y stores) to switch on lights, radios while you are away from the home to make it look and sound occupied.

Ensure you shut and lock windows and doors when you return home and settle down for the evening.

Ensure you have used padlocks on the side gates to deny access to the rear of the property.

Ensure your outside lighting is in working order (consider low level ambient light on a dusk to dawn sensor) this will activate even when you are not at home. 

After the summer, secure your garden tools and garden equipment in a locked and alarmed shed or garage for the winter so that they cannot be used to gain entry to your home.

Property mark belongings with your house number and postcode, keep a list of any makes, models and serial numbers. Take photos of jewellery. Register your items for free at www.immobilise.com. Using this service will assist the police in returning property to the rightful owner should it be stolen.

This is a good time to address your security, fit extra door and window locks. If you are feeling vulnerable or are elderly, ask for a free home safety and security survey by the Bobby Trust (see link)  or call 0300 777 0157 for an appointment

Thank you

PSCO MORNING

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David Tester (Police, PC, East Hampshire District)


Dear all,

please maintain your vigilance in relation to rogue traders operating in our area.  There are regular reports of cold callers making phone calls and visits to residential addresses purporting to be from reputable companies.  If anyone contacts you offering any kind of building repair or service, please take details (names, addresses, phone numbers, etc) and use the internet and trading standards to check out the credibility of the company concerned.  We have had reports of individuals who falsly use a company name to promote their business and to try to obtain money ofr work which is not necessary.  PLEASE keep an eye on any of your elderly or vulnerable friends, neighbours and relatives to help prevent them from becoming victims of such scams, and report any such activity to Police and Trading Standards.

PC 21961 David Tester

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