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20 April 2018

Neighbourhood Watch Update

Thanks to PCSO Pauline Cimen from Police SNT Team for the following update :

11-14/4/2018 - 1500 hours - Theft from Motor Vehicle - Etfield Road - Front and rear number plates stolen
11-14/4/2018 - 08/04/2018 - 2000 hours - Criminal Damage to motor vehicle - Barton Road - Glue has been put on windscreen causing damage to body paint
13/04/2018 - 2030 hours - Theft from motor vehicle - Ellenborough Road - A tray full of keys taken
16/04/2018 - 0600 hours - Theft of motor vehicle - St James Way - Suspect driven off in victims car from his home address
16/04/2018 - 1300 hrs - Criminal damage to motor vehicle - Ellenborough Road - Passenger side window of vehicle smashed
13/04/2018 - 1300 hrs - Criminal damage to motor vehicle - Maddocks Close - Passenger side window of vehicle smashed
12/04/2018 - 0745 hrs - Interference with motor vehicle - Burdett Close - Vehicle has been damaged and items scattered within.
The team are still conducting street briefings on the ward. A letter will be posted through your door in the near future inviting you to one of our meetings. This is a great time for us to answer any questions you may have and for us to let you know what has been happening in your area. The street briefings we have attended so far have been very well received. Please support your local policing team with these street briefings.
Reports had been given to Cray Meadows Team that horses were being mis-treated on the land near Powerscroft Road. RSPCA and Cray Meadows Team along with a vet attended the site and seized 3 out of the 5 horses as it was the vets opinion that they needed immediate care. The team are working with Bexley Council in securing the site

URGENT - SIGN PERSON NEEDED

Neighbourhood Watch are still trying to fill the important position of "Sign Person". This person will be in charge of putting up their street signs across the Borough. It only involves a few hours a week and could suit anyone who is handy and perhaps a retired window cleaner. Full training will be given. This could also suit anyone who wishes to work in a pair as well.

Please contact Dana Wiffen, Chairman, Neighbourhood Watch Office if you are interested,