Neighbourhood Watch Alerts

 

Please note the following message.

Please do not report information re the below, or other incidents, by replying to this email. Please instead dial the non-emergency police telephone number "101" and relay any information to the West Mercia Force Control Room.

Many thanks.

Regards,

Michael Jones
Community Volunteers Co-ordinator
Shropshire, Telford and Wrekin
West Mercia Police

 

FOR TELFORD AND WREKIN

Burglary dwelling

Sometime between 4pm on Friday 17th January and 9.50am on Saturday 18th January a property in Adamson drive, Horsehay was broken into. Thieves smashed through a patio window. A TV was stolen.

A property in Orleton terrace, Wellington was broken into sometime during the morning of Sunday 19th January. The back door was found open and a purse is known to have been taken.

During the early hours of Monday 20th January a property in Westbourne, Woodside was broken into. Entry was gained through an unlocked door and a purse was stolen.

Burglary other

Overnight Sunday 19th January to Monday 20th January a shed was broken into at Church hill, Ironbridge. A Caliber 2.2 alloy mountain bike was stolen.

A garage was broken into sometime between 5.15pm on Sunday 19th January and 8.30am on Monday 20th January at a public house on Ironbridge road. Two vacuums were taken, a blue one valued at £380 and a silver and black with yellow handle valued at £60. A Nilfisk blue power washer valued at £480 and ten interior cleaners valued at £40.

On Monday 20th January a business premises located on

New Street, Wellington

was burgled. A handbag was stolen from an office. The handbag was a Fiorelli bag worth approximately £85, it contained a flowery purse with £45 in it. Also in the bad was an envelope containing £4200.

Theft of vehicle

Between 11.30am and 1.30pm on Sunday 19th January a red Triumph stag registration number SUP387M was stolen from a car park in Madeley.

Theft from vehicle

Overnight from Friday 17th January to Saturday 18th January a vehicle parked in St Georges had spot lights stolen from the front of the car. The front panels were unscrewed and lights were removed.

At around 5pm on Saturday 18th January a vehicle was broken into at

Market street

, Oakengates. A window was smashed and a CD player was stolen from the car, it was valued at £150.     

Sometime between 5.30pm on Friday 17th January and 7.45am on Sunday 19th January a 20 litre jerry can full of unleaded petrol was stolen from a Mercedes 311 white pickup. The theft occurred at Stafford road, Newport.