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Burglary Alerts

Alert message sent 27/02/2020 10:40:00

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27th February

Reference:  1298
Location:  Five Acres, Crawley
Date: 18th February
Details:  Equipment stolen from shed

Reference 1149
Location: Daffodil Crescent Crawley
Date: 19th February
Details: Attempt burglary

Reference: 0657
 Location Bilberry Close, Crawley
Date: 20th February
Details:  Shed broken into, pedal bike taken

Reference: 1416
Location: Balmoral Court Broadfield
Date: 22nd February
Details:  Distraction burglary, bank card stolen, money taken from account

Location: Hambleton Hill, Crawley
Date: 22nd February
Details:  Shed broken into, power tools taken

Reference: 1471
 Location Milton Mount Avenue, Pound Hill
Date: 23rd February
Details:  Broken patio door, 2 expensive watches taken, plus other jewellery,


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