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More Criminal Damage and Burglaries in Chorleywood

posted 22 Nov 2010, 11:55 by Unknown user   [ updated 22 Nov 2010, 12:01 ]

We've received the following alert from the local policing team this evening.

Criminal Damage to Vehicles - LOWER ROAD & QUICKLEY LANE, CHORLEYWOOD - C2/10/3134, 3139, 3140, 3157, 3158

At around 11.30pm on Tuesday 16th November several vehicles were targeted by a white male. He caused damage to wing mirrors to at least four cars as he walked along LOWER ROAD and then up QUICKLEY LANE. The male was described as being around 6"0 tall and wearing a light grey hooded top. House to House enquiries were undertaken. PS 2161 Hemmings is the investigating officer.

Criminal Damage to Fencing - CHORLEYWOOD COMMON, CHORLEYWOOD - C2/10/3149

Between 3pm on Tuesday 16th November and 9.30am on Friday 19th offender(s) used an unknown instrument to cut the top wire of the perimeter fencing around the common. If you walk your dogs or ride on the common please keep an eye out and report any suspicious activity on the number below.


Between 2pm on Saturday 20th November and 8am Monday 22nd offender(s) used a ladder to gain entry to an upstairs unglazed window (the property is being gutted and refurbished). Tools and copper piping were taken before they made off. House to House enquiries were undertaken. PS 2161 Hemmings is the investigating officer.

If you have any information regarding these crimes please contact our non-emergency number 08453300222 or call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800555111 quoting the relevant crime number above.

If you require any Crime Prevention advice please contact your local Crime Prevention Officer Gary Sibson on 01923 472624 or if you want to report anything to your local Safer Neighbourhood Team use 01923 472142.

If you need to get in touch with the officer please e-mail

This alert was received from the Online Watch Link where you can subscribe to get alerts from the local police.

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