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Latest local crime 24/01/05 to 31/01/05

Contributed by editor on Feb 01, 2005 - 02:16 PM


COUNTRY EYE - NEIGBOURHOOD WATCH  Crime Sheet 24/1/05 to 31/1/05


Crime Sheet 24/01/05 to 31/01/05



24/01/05

Between 1642hrs & 1742hrs 24/01/05

Damage

HAWKINGE COMMUNITY CENTRE HERON FORSTAL AVENUE HAWKINGE, FOLKESTONE

 

The informant reports that 4 male youths have kicked and broken 2 lights, which stand on short metal pillars. These are pathway lights. The informant saw the youths kicking at them the lights still work but have been dislodged from there mountings.

There were three white males one mixed race male. 3 where wearing hoodies. One was wearing a baseball cap and riding a BMX bike. They made off towards Tesco at Hawkinge.



25/01/05

Between 0945hrs & 1700hrs 25/01/05

Burglary

MITCHELL AVENUE HAWKINGE, FOLKESTONE

 

The offenders have gained access to the rear garden, when they left, the gate was left open. They have then forced the rear kitchen door open but caused damage only to the beading. The door mechanism is still in working order. There are 4-5 Jemmy marks on the outside of the door. The door still locks and is secure. Offenders have not searched through the downstairs rooms, leaving TV's, stereos etc but have gone upstairs to the master bedroom and emptied all drawers and cupboards and stolen items. The IP's wife's handbag was on the bed in a spare room with credit cards and cash in and clearly on view but these have not been taken. Exit has been as entry.



26/01/05

Between 1130hrs 25/01/05

& 0500hrs 26/01/05

Theft from Motor Vehicle

WOODCOCK GARDENS HAWKINGE, FOLKESTONE

 

The Offender(s) have forced the lock on the driver’s door, gained entry & stolen Goodman’s car radio & vehicle logbook.



30/01/05

Between 1730hrs 28/01/05 & 1430hrs 30/01/05

Interference with Motor Vehicle

CANTERBURY ROAD A260 HAWKINGE, FOLKESTONE

 

The Ip states that he parked his vehicle on the driveway at approx 1830hrs 28/01/2005 and went away for the weekend, on returning he found the vehicle had been broken into. The driver’s door had been bent back and access gained to the vehicle. Ip stated that the offender has conducted an untidy search of the vehicle and that there were muddy footprints on the steering wheel where offender/s have forced the steering lock. Nothing has been stolen for the vehicle.



30/01/05

Between 0930hrs & 1130hrs 30/01/05

Theft

CANTERBURY ROAD ETCHINGHILL, FOLKESTONE

 

This report is one of a grouping, approx 25 lockers have been broken into. The Ip states he left his locker, locked and secured at approx 0930hrs and everything was in order. When he returned to the locker at approx 1130hrs he found that unknown offenders had forced the locker open with what is believed to be a screwdriver. The offender(s) have then stolen an Odyssey putter from the locker, at this stage it appears nothing else has been stolen from the locker.



29/01/05

Between 1900hrs & 2350hrs 29/01/05

Damage

HONEYWOOD CLOSE LYMPNE, HYTHE

 

The Ip has reported that between the times stated unknown offender(s) have broken one of the Ip's windscreen wipers off the vehicle and they have also scratched along the length of the passenger side door and there are scratched to the bonnet.



26/01/05

Between 2330hrs & 2355hrs 26/01/05

Burglary Other

SHED DENHAM CLOSE DYMCHURCH, ROMNEY MARSH

 

The IP states that her both her and her husband went to bed last night around 2200 hrs and all the premises was in order.

The IP states at 2345 hrs the IP's dog has gone berserk started barking. The IP states she has got up and she states her dog has gone to the front room. The Ip states that she has pulled the front curtains back and as she has done so her dog has "thrown himself" at the window barking as the IP states a young lad was stood outside the front of her house.

She states that her garden is 15 ft long at the front and the male was stood right near front of the house. The IP stated the young lad has frozen to the spot when he has seen her and heard her dog barking and going berserk.

He IP stated the male had his hands in his pockets and it appeared that he had a bag hanging from his wrist. 

Male described as white male, aged 15 yrs, medium height, slim, baseball cap, khaki parka, jeans and dark trainers with white lines on. Male had a long thin face.

This morning the IP has gone to her shed, which leads into her garage. She states that the shed and garage are normally kept insecure. She has found that the shed door was open. She has looked inside the shed but states due to the shed being untidy she could not see anything stolen.



27/01/05

Between 2236hrs & 2239hrs 27/01/05

Offensive Weapon Knife

HYTHE ROAD A259 DYMCHURCH, ROMNEY MARSH

 

Police attended location, Informant, pointed out a male, and stated a number of customers had seen him with what appeared to be a knife. Police spoke to the offender and asked him outside. A section 1 PACE search and in the offender's pocket was a "cutthroat razor". He was then arrested for possession of a bladed article. 



28/01/04

Between 1110hrs & 1345hrs 28/01/05

Theft from Motor Vehicle

CAR PARK HIGH STREET DYMCHURCH, ROMNEY MARSH

 

The IP had parked her vehicle in the car park next to Village Hall at the rear of the shops.As the IP only works for a couple of hours between 11-1400hrs she brings her dogs with her and leaves them in the vehicle. One of these was about 5 months old with black fur. It has a white chest and 3 white paws. The IP had put the new dog in a large puppy cage in the back of the vehicle and the older pet was allowed to wander about the vehicle.

When the IP returned to the car park at around 1345hrs she found that the rear nearside quarter light had been smashed and the unknown offender had leaned in and taken the puppy from the cage.

 

 

If you have any information in relation to any crime. Please contact the Watch Office on 01304 218151 or ring
Crimestoppers 0800 555 111 You do not have to give your name and you maybe eligible for a reward.

To Report suspicious incidents and problems you cannot resolve yourself 01303 850055

or

To report crime that has happened to you and the offenders have gone 01303 289134
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