November 2013saddleworth police

Crime June July Aug Sept Oct Nov
Buglary (Homes) 5 4 1 6 3 4
Burglary Other (Shed, Garage, Business) 5 5 3 3 4 2
Theft from a Vehicle 5 4 4 2 0 4
Theft of a motor Vehicle 2 1 1 0 2 3
Criminal Damage 11 5 2 4 3 5
Robbery 0 0 0 0 0 0

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Burglary Dwelling

Denshaw Rd, Delph.  Unknown offenders stole car keys through a letter box.  Two vehicles were stolen.  One vehicle was later recovered.

Delph New Rd – Unknown offenders removed car keys through the letterbox. One vehicle was taken from front of property.

Oldham Rd, Delph – Entry gained via insecure front door, handbag stolen.

Hill End Rd, Delph – Unknown offenders entered rear garden via open gate, gained entry via insecure rear door took house and vehicle keys. One vehicle was stolen.

Burglary Other

Austerlands Cricket Club – Entry gained through a cellar door. TV and spirits were stolen.

Oldham Rd, Denshaw – Unknown offenders stole 8 alloy wheels fitted with snow tyres from an insecure barn.

Vehicle crime

Bleak Hey Nook Lane – Number plates and VIN number for a tractor stolen.

Wallhill Rd, Dobcross – Four wheel trims taken from a vehicle on a driveway.

Kiln Green Diggle – Fuel drained from a vehicle and stolen.

Huddersfield Rd, Scouthead – Rear light and fitting removed from a vehicle.

Denshaw Rd, Delph – Vehicle was stolen using keys left in the ignition.

Marsh Lea Diggle – Secure unattended motorcycle stolen.

Delph New Rd, Dobcross – Vehicle stolen.

Criminal Damage

Wallhill Rd, Dobcross – Offenders attempted to drill a gate lock.

Grains Rd, Delph – A vehicle’s rear quarter light smashed.

Dobcross New Rd, – Rear window smashed by stone, no entry gained.

 

Christmas tree with presents and fireplace with stockingsMessage from PCSO’s Kath and Monica

It’s that time of year again, the tree is up and decorated with gifts underneath. Please remember, if they are on view from the window they could be an invitation for burglars, so where you can, try to keep them out of site. 

Remember to leave a light on when you’re out in the evenings or even better set your light timers.

Lastly could I just say a massive thank you to everyone who came along to Uppermill station on Saturday and donated toys to the Key 103 Mission Christmas Cash 4 Kids Appeal. We were overwhelmed by the response and by your generosity and kindness.  Your gifts will be greatly appreciated by the children who live in poverty throughout the Manchester area, and thanks to you they will have a present on Christmas morning.

Have a safe and very Happy Christmas and all the best for the New Year

Contact u via oldhamborough@gmp.police.uk or give us a call on 0161 856 4525

 

 

 

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