Calderdale Upper Valley Residential Burglary and Vehicle Crimes

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For the week 26 July to 01 August, three residential burglaries have been reported, 1 vehicle interference  and 3 theft of motor vehicles

Residential burglary
Attempt - Group of males seen at rear of property believed attempting to break in (caught on camera).
Full - 1 house entered via unsecured front door, car key taken and then car taken from outside.
Attempt – suspects disturbed attempting to gain entry to garage, make off on scrambler style motorbike.

Vehicle interference
Chain securing motorcycle is forced and ignition barrel damaged believed in attempt to steal same.

Theft of motor vehicle
Land rover stolen – still outstanding
Lexmoto Diablo moped stolen – still outstanding
Honda motorcycle stolen – still outstanding

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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Calderdale Neighbourhood Policing Team (Police, NPT Support, CD Calderdale)

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