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Crime update March 2020

Alert message sent 15/03/2020 16:36:00

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A burglary has been reported in your neighbourhood



Good afternoon

Quick crime update for the Avenue Ward.  Two weeks into March has seen an increase in shed and garage burglary across the ward area.  Cycles have been the primary target with ungated tenfoots making sheds and garages easy targets.  Three dwellings were also targetted - again with cycles being taken from the hallway.  One of the dwellings a substantial amount of items were stolen with high monetary value.  Enquiries are ongoing in relation to CCTV opportunities.
Windscreen wipers were also stolen from a vehicle on Salisbury Street between 13th and 14th March overnight. 

Please register your cycles if not already done at immobilise.com - It is free and easy to do with the frame number of the cycle.  Always keep them locked to another heavy bulky item within the shed or garage with a decent chain and padlock, such as ladders, lawnmowers or other cycles.

If you see anything suspicious please report it to Police on 101 or 999 if you think a crime is in progress. 

Just so you are aware, you might not always see us however the community team are still out and about patrolling the area.

Avenue Policing Team




Visit our Website for burglary prevention advice and register your property with Immobilise here.
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Neil Brewer (Police, PCSO, Hull West/Avenue)

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