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Attempted Burglary

On Tuesday 27th February 2018 at 8.10 pm an attempted burglary occurred at Ninnings Way, Chalfont St Peter. Unknown offenders tried to gain access to the house via a rear kitchen window.
 
If you saw or heard anything suspicious in the area of Ninnings Way please contact PC 2164 Will Blackburn, Amersham Investigation Hub via the Thames Valley Police non emergency number, 101 and quote crime reference 43180062543.

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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote dickybird Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 01 March 2018 at 7:53am
Latest news I have from our local police says 19 burglaries in CSP this year already - that sounds like a lot for our village Disapprove
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote EmmaO Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 01 March 2018 at 10:41am
It really does! But I can't remember the last time I saw a PCSO or a policeman actually walking or driving around the village and of course we have no police office now, wonder if thats significant? We're easy picking's here maybe? No chance of getting a police response swiftly and an easy get away because of A413, M40?
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Not CSP but operating in the area:

Distraction burglary at William Shakman House Chalfont St Giles

Between 18.00 and 18.30 hours on Wednesday 28th February 2018, 2 offenders committed a burglary against a 96 year old female living on her own. The two males told her that the upstairs neighbour had a water leak and they wanted to check her pipes to make sure they were all working correctly. Whilst one of the males checking the pipes in the house, it’s believed that the other male entered her bedroom and searched through her belongings looking for items to steal. Both males were wearing fluorescent jackets and gloves.
 
If anyone saw any persons or vehicle acting in a suspicious manner at this time, please contact DC 5815 Stuart Cook reference 43180062938.

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Latest Chalfonts Neighbourhood policing newsletter is here :

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Crime must have stopped in the village, but here is a notice of the Neighbourhood Watch AGM.  The email address said it was personal so PM me if you want it.

The Thames Valley Neighbourhood Watch Association are holding their AGM on Saturday 12th May from 10.30 - 12.30pm at The Beech Hill Memorial Hall, Wood Lane, Beech Hill, Reading RG7 2BE.The doors will be open from 10.00 am, when you will be able to have some refreshments and look around the various stands on display and obtain free information. 

We have stands from Trading Standards, Serious Crime & Organised Crime, Neighbourhood Watch,  Fire & Rescue, and 101 Locksmiths( Locks and Bolts).

Our main speaker this year will be Detective Chief Inspector Darran Hill, Specialist Operations speaking on " Tackling Serious and Organised Crime, leaving legacies within our communities".

Superintendent Rebecca Mears, Local Policing ( topic to be arranged).

Sam Mortimore, Community Safety Officer West Berkshire Fire and Rescue Service will be speaking on "Home Fire Safety Checks".

This year after our AGM and under A.O.B. we are putting aside 10 minutes for any Co-ordinator who wishes to speak about their scheme or group or needs some advice to come and speak to one of our committee who represents their Local Policing Area over by the NHW stand.

If you are unable to attend, please send your deputy or a member so that he/she can keep you informed. 

If you would like to attend please fill in the slip below to our Secretary Naomi Arnold MBE, stating your name, scheme name, e-mail address and whether you will be attending or not, to Naomi's personal e-mail address: 
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On Friday 20th April 2018 between 10.20 am and 4 pm a burglary occurred at Cherry Acre, Chalfont St Peter. Unknown offenders have gained entry by forcing a side door and stolen jewellery and other items.
 
If you saw or heard anything suspicious in the area of Cherry Acre please contact Case Investigator C8368 Jon Brewer, Amersham Investigation Hub via the Thames Valley Police non emergency number, 101 and quote crime reference 43180118848.

Watched a nasty bottling on Thursday night whilst trying to enjoy a quiet pint, I wonder if that will appear on these? Not impressed with the fly tipping on Rickmansworth Lane either, sheer brazenness.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote big baggles Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 24 April 2018 at 6:15pm
crime has'nt stopped in the village, - i also think some dont bother reporting petty crime now-  vandlism, criminal damage .... police are n't that interested either.....

burglary-   yes  it gets reported as you need a crime number.... 

but i agree with emma o  you rarely see pc plod in the village now....
need a stella and i need one now !
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Burglary on Joiners Lane last few days.  Offenders gained entry by parking a white van infront of front door and then forced the door open.  House alarm was then quickly disabled once they had gained entry.  

I dont have the exact date or times as yet but will post once I do. 
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