Calderdale Lower Valley Residential Burglary And Vehicle Crime Report

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Calderdale Lower Valley covers the wards of:
Brighouse, Elland, Greetland&Stainland, Hipperholme&Lightcliffe, Northowram&Shelf and
Rastrick

For the week 23 to 29 August

Burglary Residential – 7
Theft from motor vehicle – 3
Theft of motor vehicle - 1

Burglary Residential

Damage caused to door handle believed in attempt to gain entry – Elland
House entered via window, keys and vehicle taken – Elland (vehicle later recovered)
Window forced and entry gained, keys taken from house and garage entered, vehicle and other items taken from garage – Greetland (vehicle later recovered)
TWO  garages entered and property taken – Greetland
Attempt made to entry house by burning lock, dog barks, disturbing suspect who made off – Hipperholme
Lock snapped on door and entry gained. Property including vehicle keys and then vehicle taken – Northowram

Theft from motor vehicle/Vehicle Interference

Suspect seen trying door handle on vehicle before making off – Brighouse
Catalytic converters removed from 3 vehicles parked in private car park – Hipperholme
vehicle entered by unknown means (no damage) and wallet taken - Hipperholme

Theft of motor vehicle

Motorcycle removed by unknowns but found nearby – Northowram
 
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Child Criminal Exploitation

 As they're growing up, young people go through lots of changes.  They will naturally become more independent as they develop their own identity and are more likely to be impulsive and take risks. This behaviour is perfectly normal, however organised crime groups can see the young person as someone who can be easily manipulated or intimidated into doing what they want, and this can lead to child criminal exploitation

For further information https://www.westyorkshire.police.uk/CCE
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