Calderdale Lower Valley Residential Burglary and Vehicle Crime Report

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For the week 26 July to 01 August, four  residential burglaries have been reported, seven attempt / theft from motor vehicles(3 on the same street) and 1 theft of motor vehicle.

 Residential burglary
1 house entered door lock forced – male arrested, enquiries ongoing.
1 garden shed entered and lawnmower taken.
Suspects disturbed attempting to gain entry to house after window in door is smashed- suspects make off
1 house entered via unsecured door, suspects make off.

Theft / attempt theft from motor vehicles
Nearside window smashed, vehicle entered, searched but not property taken
Vehicle entered, unknown means (no damage) searched but no property taken x 2
Vehicle entered, unknown means (no damage), searched and phone charger stolen
Try door handle but vehicle locked
Registration plates taken from vehicle
Trailer entered food items stolen.

Theft of motor vehicle
Jaguar F pace stolen - believed keyless theft


CrimeStoppers “Safer Communities” crime campaign.

Don't let thieves steal our summer. 

Thieves operate all year round. That’s why this summer we’re launching our new seasonal acquisitive crime campaign, ‘Safer Communities’. 

We’ll be raising awareness of our anonymous service and sharing prevention advice from our partners Mitie and Neighbourhood Watch to help protect you, your home and car from opportunistic thieves
For more information please take a look at the CrimeStoppers website https://crimestoppers-uk.org/campaigns-media/campaigns/safer-communities
 
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