MAY 2012 update

CRIME JAN FEB March April    
BURGLARY

(Of homes)

6 1 2 3    
BURGLARY OTHER

(Shed, Garage, Business)

2 1 3 4    
THEFT FROM A VEHICLE 1 1 0 1    
THEFT OF A MOTOR VEHICLE 1 2 1 1    
CRIMINAL DAMAGE 4 1 6 3    
ROBBERY 1 0 0 0    

Three house burglaries

Ammons Way, Delph – front door was kicked in and two offenders made of in a green Nissan Micra.

Hudderfield Road, Denshaw – mole grips were used to snap the lock on a front door .

Ainley Wood, Delph – entry was gained through a rear door.

Four other burglaries

Wharf Mill , Diggle – offenders attempted to gain entry through a concertina garage door.

Denshaw – a padlock was broken from a roller shutter door on a farm and a mechanical saw was stolen

Bailey Mill, Delph – a quantity of stone was stolen and two males were arrested.

Boat Lane, Diggle – a quad bike was stolen from a stable.

Vehicle crime

Huddersfield Rd, Scouthead –  a window was smashed but nothing was stolen.

Huddersfield Road, Scouthead – theft of a motor vehicle.

Three incidences of criminal damage

Oldham Road, Denshaw – vehicle damaged.

Holcombe Close, Springhead – downstairs window damaged.

Hillside Avenue, Diggle – domestic incident.

Anti-social behaviour

Diggle still continues to be a hotspot for ASB and there have been problems on Denshaw Road and Church Street in Delph.

Other news

There has been an increase in damage to and thefts from vehicles in the Springhead, Lees and Grotton. GMP are advising people not to leave any valuables on display and ensure that vehicles are locked.

If you want to know more about policing in Oldham, the following link will take you to the youtube website where you can listen to a message from Chief Superintendent Tim Forber, Divisional Commander, Oldham Division, Greater Manchester Police.

http://tinyurl.com/cjevcug

To contact GMP follow this link Saddleworthandlees.npt@gmp.police.uk or give Greater Manchester Police a call on 0161 856 4525

 

 

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