Mindless Break In’s Highlight the Need for Extra Security

On Tuesday 10th September, the padlock off a shed on SNEYD PLACE, SANDYFORD was forced off and a bike stolen from inside. This was later discovered in a neighbouring garden. Nothing was seen or heard.

Anyone with any information regarding this is asked to contact the police on 101 quoting 148 of 10th September.

On Tuesday 10th September, two white males forced their way into a garage on HOLLYWALL LANE, SANDYFORD. Fortunately they were disturbed and made off empty handed. One male is described as 18-20 years old 5′ 5″ slim with short brown hair wearing a blue jumper with a white stripe on the arm. The second male was very similar with glasses and dark clothing.

Anyone with information regarding this is asked to contact the police on 101 quoting 9 of 10th September.

Between 19:00 Wednesday 11th – 7:30 Thursday 12th September, the lock and door of a garage on BIRCHALL AVENUE, SANDYFORD were forced open but nothing stolen from inside. Nothing was seen or heard.

Anyone with further information regarding this incident  is asked to contact the police on 101 quoting 160 of 12th September. You should report any suspicious activity to the police immediately.

S.A.G.E. stresses that extra security is needed by residents when securing property in sheds and garages. Chief Inspector Adrian Roberts reported at the Sandyford & Goldenhill Public Meeting last night that residents can contact their local police to get advice on what security is approprate to individual needs. PLEASE USE THIS FREE ADVICE FROM STAFFORDSHIRE POLICE.

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