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22 November 2018

(1) Neighbourhood Watch Update 

Thanks to PCSO Pauline Cimen for sending this update :
Non Residential Burglary - Ellenborough Road - Friday 16th - Saturday 17th November 2018 -1805-2300 - Shed window smashed - Nothing Stolen
Theft from Motor Vehicle - Elmington Close - Monday 12th - Saturday 17th November 2018 - 1630-1018 hrs - Number Plates Stolen
Criminal Damage - Thursland Road - Saturday 17th November 2018 - Fence Panel Damage - Suspect seen and investigation ongoing
Theft from Motor Vehicle - North Cray Road - Monday 19th November 2018 2105 hours - Car window smashed and school bag stolen. Bag was later found in Foots Cray meadows. School paper work was strewn over the grass
Attempted Burglary - North Cray Road - Monday 19th November 2018 - 1200-1614 hours - Next door ladders had been put up against the wall and fencing panel moved. No entry gained. No items stolen. Disturbed by home owners
Residential Burglary - 9th November - 1100-2000 hrs - Suspect Climbed onto the balcony and took fishing gear. No entry gained into the property
This week we are running Op Pilgrim which is working with traffic - stopping vehicles and conducting checks.
Email: stmarys.stjames.snt@met.police.uk
Tel: 020 8721 2816,Twitter: @MPSStMarysRY
Dedicated Ward Officers: PC Peter Rose - PC Mark Smith - PCSO Pauline Cimen - PCSO Angel Parnell
MESSAGE FOR SHOPWATCH MEMBERS From Dana Wiffen, Chairman, Neighbourhood Watch Office
Shoplifting is at an all time high. Can we ask all Shopwatch members to keep us informed of all such crime in their shops / stores please. We will do our best to highlight this crime and make sure your ward team police officers are aware.

(2) Fraud Alert 

Thanks to Neighbourhood Alert for sending the following Fraud Alert :

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read the full alert.


How to shop online safely... Software updates Make sure you've installed the latest software & app updates. Criminals use weaknesses in software to attack your devices and steal information, such as your payment details.

Email accounts Use a strong, separate password for your email account. Criminals can use your email to access other online accounts, such as those you use for online shopping.

Phishing Don't click on a link in an unexpected email or text. The volume of online shopping related phishing emails increases significantly during the holiday period. Remember, if a deal seems too good to be true, it probably is.

Payment methods Don't pay for goods or services by bank transfer unless you know and trust the person. Payments via bank transfer offer you no protection if you become a victim of fraud.