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Latest crime reports 4/2/05 - 6/2/05

Contributed by editor on Feb 08, 2005 - 09:01 PM

COUNTRY EYE - NEIGBOURHOOD WATCH  Crime Sheet 31/1/05 to 4/2/05


Crime Sheet 4/02/05 to 6/02/05


04/02/05

Between 1030hrs & 1400hrs 04/02/05

Burglary

CANTERBURY ROAD HAWKINGE, FOLKESTONE



Both the IP and partner were away from the premises at work - leaving son at home. Son states that at 1000hrs he left the address to visit a friend and when he returned at 1400hrs he noticed that the house felt cold. He stated he was aware of the burglary as the house was cold when he went into the lounge to turn on some music. When he went into the lounge he has then noticed the damage and the property missing, he has then phoned his mother who has returned to the home address.


04/02/05

Between 1945hrs & 2015hrs 04/02/05

Damage

FRONT GARDEN OF MILL LANE HAWKINGE, FOLKESTONE



Ip states that his stone ornament has been taken from his front garden. It was later found approx 50 yards away in a lay-by and was broken.


05/02/05

Between 2130hrs & 2145hrs 05/02/05

Section 5 WORDS / BEHAVIOUR - HARASSMENT ALARM DISTRESS

CANTERBURY ROAD HAWKINGE,



Police called to a fight and upon arrival the offender was seen to be having an altercation with a female. Patrol split them up and he started to shout and swear and he was warned about his behaviour but continued to shout and swear. He was told to be quiet several times and then eventually arrested for this offence.


31/01/05

Between 1200hrs 27/01/05 & 1030hrs 31/01/05

Theft

LOCKER BLACKHOUSE HILL NEWINGTON, FOLKESTONE



IP left the locker room having secured his locker with his golf bag & clubs inside on 27/01. He returned on 31/01 to play golf & found that the door of the locker had been forced & bag was missing. The IP search the locker room & discovered his bag by the door leading to the main part of the clubhouse. He checked the bag & discovered that the driver was missing. 


05/02/05

HZ/001456/05 Between 0900hrs 29/01/05 & 0930hrs 05/02/05

Theft

LOCKER BLACKHOUSE HILL NEWINGTON, FOLKESTONE


Ip states that he went to use his clubs on Saturday 05/02/2005 went to his locker and found some shoes on the floor which looked like his, he went open the locker and it wouldn’t open, after while the Ip managed to break into the locker finding his club had been stolen. Ip asked around at the clubhouse and there had been other reports during the week of other lockers being broken into. Ip stated that access to the locker is gained via main entrance, the offender’s have levered the door open leaving the door bent, stolen the contents and then shut the door again. Ip stated that other people have stated that other clubs had been targeted in the area. 


05/02/05

Between 0001hrs & 0900hrs 05/02/05

Burglary Other

SHED AT SWAN LANE SELLINDGE, ASHFORD


Informant states that between given dates and time offenders have gone into the grounds. Offenders have gone to non-lit area and broken into the shed by smashing open the door. It appears nothing has been stolen from the shed.


04/02/05

Between 1930hrs & 2000hrs 04/02/05

Attempted Burglary

MARINE AVENUE DYMCHURCH, ROMNEY MARSH


IP lives in a small complex of terraced bungalows in Marine Avenue, Dymchurch. IP was at home alone watching Coronation Street, At approximately 19:45 hours she was startled by the sound of someone banging on her back door, which is situated in her lounge. 

She then heard banging on the window next to this door. IP went to the door and pulled the net curtain back. IP does not close her curtains so can be seen from the road and path. Having pulled the net curtain back the IP saw the female as described standing at her back door banging on it and the window next to it. The female was shouting and in the IP's words appeared "deranged". The female's eyes were bulging as if drunk or drugged. She was shouting, "They won't let me in" Pointing up the road. She continued shouting and banging. The IP shouted to her to go and leave her alone. IP never opened her door or window. The female then left. The IP then sat back down and watched TV again. 

A very short time later she heard banging and shouting again, this time coming from her front door. She went to it and saw the female from the front was now at her door in the alleyway. She again told her to leave. The female continued shouting "They wont let me in" and pointing in the same direction. At one point the IP thought the female was going to pull the front door off due to the force she was pulling it and hitting it. The female then left walking off in the opposite direction to the way she had been pointing. IP did not know the female, but would recognise her again.

IP's son in-law then attended next morning and went to the front door, He observed that the IP's garden fork and spade were in her front garden and had been used to try and force entry to the front door. There was a fork mark and spade mark in the door and mud on the frame. There were also two-foot prints on the bottom of the door.

Description of suspect


Female White 40 yrs old HAIR UNTIDY, PALE COMPLEXION, BLUE EYES, WEARING WOOLLY CARDIGAN BEIGE IN COLOUR. 5ft 5� tall slim build with blonde straight hair shoulder length with blue eyes.

DID SHE CALL ANYWHERE ELSE IN DYMCHURCH ON THAT EVENING???????????

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