Posted by: braddenvillage | May 18, 2010

Police message

This is a message from Northamptonshire West Police to all residents in the Silverstone area.

Please be aware that a number of incidents have recently taken place in your area.

Whittlebury Court, Whittlebury – sometime between 11:30pm Thursday 13 May and 3am Friday 14 may offenders entered the property by reaching in through a small open window to open the larger window next to it. In this incident it is not thought the offenders entered the property as the family dog may have disturbed them.

Stewart Drive, Silverstone – sometime between midnight and 4am Friday 14 May offenders entered the property and removed keys to a grey BMW 320 vehicle registration KO08XRY.

Quinbury End, Blakesley – at around 3am Saturday 15 May offenders attempted to enter the property through a front kitchen window. The residents were awoken by the family dog barking, it is thought this disturbed the offenders.

Bartholomew gardens, Blakesley – at around 3am Saturday 15 May the resident of the property heard the front door lock rattle and thinking it was another resident when to open the door. The front door was held shut from the outside and a man was seen to run away from the property.

If you have any information in relation to these incidents please report using the dedicated Watch number 01604 432436 alternatively contact Northamptonshire West Police or Crimestoppers on the numbers below.
Thank you

This is a message from Northamptonshire West Police to all residents in Northampton.

Police are warning motorists to be on their guard following a number of catalytic converter thefts from vehicles across the county.

Supermarket, railway station and public car park locations have all been targeted with 27 thefts reported during the last three months.

The thefts, in the main, have been in the Kettering, Wellingborough and Northampton areas.
In the previous three months, between November last year and January, just two thefts were reported.

Thieves target vehicles which they can move under to remove the catalytic converter easily and speedily.

Easy access vehicles like Cruisers and Mitsubishis tend to be more vulnerable but there is little that can be done to guard against this type of theft.

All motorists using car parks are asked to be vigilant and report any suspicious activity to us straight away using the dedicated Watch number 01604 432436 alternatively contact Northamptonshire West Police or Crimestoppers on the numbers below quoting WB/CMS/0862/10
Thank you


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