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Alert message sent 09/01/2019 13:53:00

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Good Afternoon
A very Happy New Year to you all.  Here is the first Crime Update for 2019.  If after reading this update there is anything you would like to notify Leicestershire Police about please make contact via Neighbourhood Link.
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December 25th (11:45) – January 2nd (11:00): Croxton Lane, Harston – money box stolen from church.
January 2nd (15:44): Nottingham Road, Melton Mowbray – a known female shoplifter steals £80 of Lego from a supermarket.
December 22nd (12:12) – December 24th (12:13): Asfordby Road, Melton Mowbray – lead flashing stolen from property.
January 4th (18:40): Nottingham Road, Melton Mowbray - child steals TV smart stick from supermarket.
January 4th (10:48) – January 5th (10:48): Welby Lane, Melton Mowbray – lead removed from roof of church.
January 7th (20:42): Leicester Road, Melton Mowbray – 2 males steal 5 bottles of champagne from petrol station shop.
January 8th (11:30): Sage Cross Street, Melton Mowbray – known shoplifter steals meat and alcohol from a supermarket.
Burglary dwelling
January 1st (20:15 – 21:00) Cottesmore Avenue, Melton Mowbray – insecure property broken into and wallet stolen.
December 31st (00:00) – January 2nd (13:40): Ferneley Crescent, Melton Mowbray – property broken into and numerous items stolen.  Enquiries are ongoing at this time.
January 4th (21:00) – January 5th (09:25): Riverside Walk, Asfordby – secure property broken into and wallet stolen.
January 5th (01:00 – 04:30): Teigh Road, Edmonthorpe - secure property broken into and numerous items stolen: including cards, cash and cameras.
December 18th (00:00) – January 6th (16:23): Hartopp Road, Melton Mowbray – items stolen from shed over a period of time.
Burglary non-dwelling
January 3rd (04:01): Snow Hill, Melton Mowbray – offices broken into and an untidy search was made.  The burglar was confronted by the owner but managed to escape.  Enquiries are continuing.
January 4th (08:35): Welby Road, Asfordby Hill: Foundry broken into and items stolen.
Vehicle crime
January 1st (16:00) – January 2nd (06:40): Greenslade, Melton Mowbray – front passenger window of vehicle smashed and items stolen.
December 27th (19:30) – 28th December (09:00): Lambert Close, Melton Mowbray – insecure vehicle entered and items taken.
January 4th (16:00 – 17:00): Burton Street, Melton Mowbray – Vauxhall Corsa Life black reg: SB52 UTV stolen.
January 8th (03:00): Asfordby Road, Melton Mowbray – vehicle broken into and handbag stolen.
January 8th (15:10 – 15:15): Scalford Road, Melton Mowbray – handbag stolen from secure vehicle.
Criminal Damage
January 2nd (20:30) – January 3rd (07:00): Tamar Road, Melton Mowbray – motor vehicle was left secure and in order was later found to have been severely damaged by having paint stripper poured over it.
January 3rd (19:30 – 20:30): Sherwood Drive, Melton Mowbray – window of residential property smashed.
January 4th (17:00) – January 5th (11:45): Brookfield Street, Melton Mowbray – criminal damage caused to vehicle by having spiral patterns gouged onto the bonnet and sides of the vehicle.
January 5th (19:36): Weaver Green, Melton Mowbray – windows of residential property are smashed.
January 5th (22:00 – 22:05): Drummond Walk, Melton Mowbray – ground floor flat window smashed.
January 6th (00:00): Sherrard Street, Melton Mowbray – male seen to kick doors to Lloyds bank forcing door off runners.
January 6th (07:04): Hunters Road, Melton Mowbray – secure vehicle is damaged by having wing mirror ripped off.
January 5th (21:30): Coston Road, Garthorpe – upstairs bathroom window smashed.
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