Posted by: braddenvillage | November 26, 2010

Police Notices – Oct/Nov

To:All residents within Whittlebury

Crime Ref:WB/21605/10

Beat Area:WS40 – Silverstone

Location:West Park

Date/Time:Between 10.30am and 4.30pm on 06/11/10


Make/Colour:Silver Mercesez-Benz

Method: Car keys were stolen from inside an unattended golf bag

Further Information: Reference: WB/CMS/3866/10


To:All residents within Silverstone

Crime Ref:WB/21916/10

Beat Area:WS40 – Silverstone


Date/Time:Between 11am and 6.30pm on 09/11/10

Method:Patio door removed from frame Stolen Items: Laptop, Sat Nav, Jewellery Reference: WB/CMS/3892/10


Title:Free Home Security Check

Date:11 November 2010

To:All NHW Co-Ordinators

From:Northampton Police on behalf of Trading Standards



Trading Standards have received information regarding a company telephoning residents offering a free home security check. If an appointment is agreed the security check will take 2 hours and will be primarily a sales pitch for a security system.

Those residents who do require goods or services are advised to ask family or friends for recommendations and obtain at least three written quotes to compare the cost of the work.

Northamptonshire County Council Trading Standards operates a ‘Buy with Confidence’ scheme which details fully vetted businesses.

You can find a Trading Standards Approved trader online, or call 01604 236236


To: Residents living in the area of Abthorpe

Beat Area: WS40 – Silverstone

Location: The Green

Date/Time: Between 5pm on 19/11/10 and 10am on 20/11/10

Method: Padlock forced to stone built garage Stolen Items: Nothing taken. Reference: WB/CMS/4017/10


Title: Police issue timely reminder to motorists

Date: 25 November 2010

To: All Residents

To:To all residents within Silverstone

Beat Area:WS40 – Silverstone

Location:Church Street

Date/Time:Around 11.45pm on 23/11/10

Method:Entry was made to a leisure facility by forcing open the rear fire door Stolen Items: Charity donations box Reference: WB/CMS/4033/10


From: Local Marketing Team

Reference: WB/CMS/4062/10


Police have issued a timely reminder that many criminals look to exploit frosty conditions.

Motorists are urged to ‘think security’ at all times, especially when defrosting their vehicles.

A police spokesperson said:

“However tempting it may be, never leave vehicles unattended with the engines running, even for a few minutes.

“If you do need to go back indoors for anything, always switch off the engine and lock the door.

“In recent years there have been several reports of vehicles being stolen by someone in the background who has jumped into the driving seat and simply driven off. Be on your guard at all times.”

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