Evening and weekend appointments are now available
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Non-Dwelling Burglaries - Wellow
Unfortunately over the past few days there has been reports of non-dwelling burglaries in the Wellow area. In some cases items including tools have been taken from outbuildings and/or sheds/stables/etc. If you believe you may have any information such as;
- Suspcious people that have been in your area.
It could be that they were loitering, knocking on doors, walking past multiple times, etc.
- Suspicous vehicles, (makes, models, registration plates, times).
Again, it could be they were loitering, or you saw it and thought it was a bit out of place or a bit odd. Basically, anything at all that made you question it.
If you have any CCTV that you think could assist us in investigating these offences, please can you review it, if possible and make contact with us.
It is important over the next few days to be vigilant, especially towards the later hours of the day.
Please report any suspicious activity to us via 101.
PCSO Sam Bate 16475
Volunteer Driver Recruitment
Hampshire County Council is currently recruiting Volunteer Drivers to undertake various social care journeys within Hampshire.
Volunteers use their own vehicles to transport adults and children who are under the care of the County Council.
The scheme provides an essential transport link to facilities and activities for Hampshire residents, some of whom have physical or learning disabilities.
Crime Prevention Advice
- Don’t leave ladders, tools, etc. in your garden as these can be used to gain access to your property
- Don’t keep large amounts of cash (including foreign currency) at home
- Don’t leave valuable items in obvious places (e.g. in the bedside cabinet) and consider storing them in a properly secured safe
- Photograph valuable items, such as watches and jewellery, and make a note of any serial numbers
- Register your property on free national property register www.immobilise.com
- Don’t advertise any absences from home (e.g. holidays) on social networking sites
- Make use of timer switches to make the property appear occupied
- Keep all keys out of reach and sight from the letterbox (remember a device could be used to hook keys through the letterbox)
Did you know?………….
Hampshire County Council are responsible for
- Paving problems
- Faulty street lights / traffic lights
- Missing or broken traffic signs
- Salt Bins - refilling / missing / requesting new ones
- Road problems
- Rights of Way problems
Please report any of these to Hampshire County Council using the attached link to their website
In using this link, you can also report problems or find out who to contact for
- Abandoned vehicles
- Fly tipping
- Hedge or tree problems
- Flooding or drainage issues and flooding on land or property