Halifax Central Residential Burglary and Vehicle Crimes

Alert message sent 10/08/2021 08:30:00

Information sent on behalf of West Yorkshire Police


For the week 02 August to 08 August , five residential burglaries have been reported,  
two theft from motor vehicles and two theft of motor vehicles

Full residential burglary
1 house entered via window (no damage) – car keys and car taken.
1 house entered via unsecured front window – television remote taken.
1 house entered via unsecured front door –television taken
1 house entered via unsecured front door – search made but no property taken.

Attempt residential burglary
Attempt made to force door using screwdriver – no entry gained

Theft from motor vehicle
Van entered via back door after damage caused, large quantity of cigarettes taken.
Vehicle entered by unknown means (no damage) – mobile phone taken.

Theft of motor vehicle
Kymco Motorcycle taken after chains cut
Yamaha motorcycle  taken after chain securing same to lamppost is cut.
Range Rover taken by unknown means – later recovered by owner.

Squaring and Money Mules
Easy money usually comes with a catch...
Have you been asked to put money in your bank account by a friend, or through someone you have met online?
hey might have said you can keep some of the money, just for putting it into your account and then drawing or transferring it out again.
This is  sometimes known as squaring, money laundering or being a money mule. It might sound harmless and an easy way to make a bit of cash, but it could actually be linked to serious crime and could have real consequences for you in the future.
For further information, tips and advice – please check out
https://www.westyorkshire.police.uk/squaring
 
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Calderdale Neighbourhood Policing Team (Police, NPT Support, CD Calderdale)

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