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WEST END Theft of Vehicles - Moped and Motorbike

Alert message sent 20/12/2018 21:45:00

Information sent on behalf of Hampshire Constabulary


Dear Citizen
Good evening, you are receiving this message, as you live within 0.1 miles of these crimes. Are you able to assist us with any information? Please do have a read of the crime prevention advice, to be aware of measures for you to consider.
 
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Thefts of Motors Vehicles – West End.

Harbourne Gardens – 44180471981, on Thursday 20th December between 0000 hrs and 0530 hrs. Black moped located in Helford Gardens with damage to the ignition barrel. Enquiries confirmed that it had been stolen from Harbourne Gardens overnight.
 
Helford Gardens - 44180471804 on Thursday 20th December a further 2 stolen mopeds / motorbikes have been found in Helford Gardens.
 
We are appealing for any witnesses to come forward.
Did you see or hear anything or anyone? Do you have info that could help us? Do you have private CCTV or Dash Cam Footage that could help? – If so, please call us on 101 on quote the 44180 number.
 
Or call anonymously to CRIMESTOPPERS on 0800 555 111.
 
Could you tell the Police, the makes / models / serial nos of your possessions, if they were stolen? Have you photographed your possessions without serial nos? Log them all at www.immobilise.com
 
May we take this opportunity to remind residents to remain vigilant and to always report anything suspicious.
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Mica Coppin (Police, PCSO, Eastleigh District)
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