NCRA NewsMail

8 March 2018

Neighbourhood Watch Update and Spring Newsletter

Thanks to PC Paul Sealy from Police SNT Team for the following Neighbourhood Watch Update :

3rd March - Non Residential Burglary at the Footscray Recycling Centre - Theft of scrap metal
3rd March - Theft of motor vehicle in Pollard Walk - Residents car stolen without keys
3rd March - Non Residential Burglary at Stables in Maidstone Road, a number of horse related items taken
4th March - Theft from Motor Vehicle in Bexley Lane. Items taken from the vehicle, no sign of any entry
5th March - Theft from Motor Vehicle in Maylands Drive. Vehicle rifled through, number of items taken
No residential burglaries reported on the ward this week. This report was created on Tuesday 6th March
Today the team received a call from a resident in Wren Road. She has had a suspicious white male who was the passenger in a red Vauxhall Corsa knock at her door two days running asking for 'Kelly'. The resident has been scared by this and believes she is being targeted for a burglary. PC Paul has visited the resident and has viewed some good video footage with sound of the male at her door. We will be attempting to identify him. If you have anyone suspicious knocking on your door, please call police.
We will be holding a Community Contact Session on Thursday 15th March from 2-3pm at the North Cray Neighbourhood Centre in Davis Way. Your chance to come and discuss any issues with the team.


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Thanks to Pam Bartell who has been working extremely hard in recent weeks to put together the latest Bexley Borough Neighbourhood Watch newsletter. The Spring 2018 edition is now available to download