Security Warning After Thefts In Stroud

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Security Warning After Thefts In Stroud

Police are warning residents in the Stroud area to be vigilant after thefts in the area.

One incident happened between 7.30pm on Tuesday 15 and 6am on Wednesday 16 May at home on The Brush in Stroud.

Someone has entered an unlocked garage and stolen various food items from the freezer valued at a total of around £100. They have also attempted to steal some other food items from a separate freezer, which were left to defrost at the scene totalling £50.

Another incident happened between 9.45pm on Tuesday 15 May and 6.50am on Wednesday 16 May at a home on The Bridle in Stroud.

Someone has entered an unlocked shed in the garden and opened a tool box, removed the top layer which was then left at the scene. Nothing was stolen.

Officers are reminding people to ensure their garages and sheds are secured at all times.

If anyone has any information about these incidents they should call police on 0845 090 1234 quoting incident 83 or 183 of 16 May or call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555111.

Posted : 17/05/2007 01:00:45

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