From: <email@example.com Date: Wed, Dec 6, 2017
Subject: Suspicious vehicle seen in Elkstone,Baunton, Whiteway and Colesbourne
Police received 3 reports yesterday 05/12/17 in relation to a L Reg 51 plate white Ford Transit seen with occupants acting suspiciously - it was also seen driving around a compound where no permission for being there had been given.
Persons reporting felt occupants of the vehicle were looking to take scrap. Police do not have any reports on the national computer in relation to this vehicle. An intelligence report in relation to these reports will be made.
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From PC 2071 Weedon: Crime Update for incident
At approximately 1440 hours on Monday 13th November 2017 a red Ford Transit Connect, registration mark LC06 VZU, was seen at Fossecross asking for scrap and batteries, whilst taking an interest in other belongings at the location. To carry scrap/waste you need a waste carriers licence.
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Cirencester Police Station, The Forum, Cirencester, GL7 2PG Station Reception –01452 907200 Force Control Room 101 Mark.Weedon@gloucestershire.pnn.police.uk www.gloucestershire.police.uk
Message from Andrea shutt 7th November 2017
Break-in at Elkstone: A property in Elkstone was broken into on the 6th November. A lower ground floor window was smahed for access. The incident happened between 0800 and 1530 hrs. You are asked to review the sercurity of your property and consider a free crime reduction survey whih his free. Please be aware of any suspicious activity and report to the police on the non-emergency number 101 or if you believe a crime is taking place 999.
October 2017: Break in at Duntisbourne Rouse. A shed was broiken into and several items stolen, including a shredder, leaf blower and a sfety helmet. Further, a few days later a burgular was disturbed at about 1.30am also at Duntisbourne Rouse. Luckily the person 'ran off' and no items were stolen. Please be vigilant and ensure sheds, barns etc are securely locked.
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