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Crime Reports October 2020

It was a busy time for criminals during the month of October!

On 2nd, a blue Ford Territory was taken from outside the owner’s home in Wills Circle overnight, and later found burnt out in Hayes.

Unknown offenders have walked up the side of a premises in Dumas Terrace on 5th October, entered a large shed and removed a Kawasaki trail bike and numerous STIHL power tools. Remember to lock those sheds!

On 7th, a vehicle parked in the driveway of the owner’s residence in Montagu Street was rifled through and various items stolen including a STIHL hedge trimmer and horse ropes.

Unknown persons have smashed glass around the children’s play areas of Tynwald Park on 8th October, causing a significant hazard to children. Please always check parks and playing equipment before you allow your children to play!

On 9th, the garage at the rear of a Southview Crescent property was entered overnight, but nothing was taken.

Unknown offenders have entered the driveway of a Britten Street residence on 18th, and scratched the side of the owner’s black Toyota Prado.

And on 28th October, unknown persons have set fire to a toilet roll and thrown it into a garbage bin at the public toilets at 1 Rocks Road.

Police are eager to hear from any member of the public who may have witnessed any of the above incidents or who have observed any suspicious activity. Whilst the information may seem trivial it may be the vital clue that Police are seeking to either solve or deter crime. Police would also like to remind the public not to leave valuables in a vehicle when unattended.

Police: 131444 for Non-urgent matters.

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