Hagley Neighbourhood Watch
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Over the summer the following incidents have been reported.
Break-in and robbery in household property between 11:00 31 July - 11:30 1 August.
Attempted burglary sometime between 28th - 29 July.
An e.scooter was seized in Rubery. The Policing Team reminds us that they can only be ridden on private land. Although e.scooters are available to buy they are currently illegal to use on public roads, pavements, cycle lanes and pedestrian only areas.
On 24 July at 18:50hrs a silver Audi and a silver Range Rover were stolen.
Reports of white van being parked on Sweetpool nature reserve and a number of items ‘dumped’.
At the time of writing there are no updates as regards the perpetrators being caught or stolen property recovered.
Action Fraud is reminding animal lovers to take care when buying a pet online.
New figures show more than £2.5 million has been lost to criminals through fake adverts.
There are many ways to help improve the security of your home and property i.e. a CCTV system which can help deter, detect and identify criminals. It can discourage anti-social behaviour and reduce crime - offenders don’t want to be caught on camera.
Neighbourhood Watch is promoting a new campaign: Protect your Pooch.
If you’re worried about what’s going on in your neighbourhood, experiencing antisocial behaviour or intimidation contact firstname.lastname@example.org Joint co-ordinators Steve Colella and Roger Se