Weekly Crime Reports – Monday 3rd October 2016

Stansted North Neighbourhood Watch announcements covering Berden, Farnham, Manuden, Birchanger, Stansted Mountfitchet, Ugley, Henham, Elsenham, Broxted, Great Easton & Little Easton

MESSAGE FROM ESSEX POLICE AND PCC
Essex Police, the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner (OPCC) for Essex and Chelmsford City Council are in talks to progress the future sale of the headquarters site in Springfield, Chelmsford.
Last October Essex Police and the Police and Crime Commissioner announced plans to reduce the estate down from 80 to approximately 30 buildings and to sell the current HQ site. To progress the sale of HQ, Essex Police and the OPCC have had preliminary talks with planners at Chelmsford City Council with a view to seeking outline planning permission for residential use of the Springfield site. Gaining planning permission will allow the site to be sold for the best possible price. This money can then be used to fight and prevent crime more effectively and to create a new headquarters which is fit for the needs of a modern police force and for the future.
Essex Police is exploring the option of sharing accommodation with Essex County Fire & Rescue Service (ECFRS) at their headquarters site in Kelvedon and are currently undertaking a feasibility study to this effect. If this option were to be viable the force would propose to use the site as its headquarters, housing Chief Officers and some other teams. We are also currently exploring a number of sites to house a new operational policing and investigations centre. This would house specialist teams and replace our existing site at Boreham.
Essex Police hope to have a preferred site for our headquarters and a new operational policing centre identified by Winter.

DWELLING BURGLARY 42/122514/16 OIC 1578 Rhodes
Elsenham
On Thursday 22nd September
A THIEF HAS GAINED ENTRY TO THE VICTIM’S DWELLING BY OPENING THE FRONT DOOR THAT WAS INSECURE. ON ENTRY THE THIEF HAS STOLEN A PEDAL CYCLE THAT WAS IN THE WITHOUT PERMISSION.

OTHER CRIMINAL DAMAGE 42/123152/16 OIC 1324 Green
Elsenham
At 23.45 hrs on Sunday 25th September
VANDALS HAVE CAUSED DAMAGE TO VICTIM’S FRONT STAIN GLASS WINDOW AND SCRATCHED THE VICTIM’S VEHICLE WHITE NISSAN NOTE WHICH HAS SCRATCHES TO OFFSIDE WINDOW AND FRONT AND REAR WINDOW, AND ALSO SCRATCHES TO A RED FIAT CAUSED BY A LARGE ROCK

DWELLING BURGLARY 42/123488/16 OIC 70541 Smith
Elsenham
Between 22.00 hrs on Monday 26th September and 05.00 hrs on the following day
THIEVES HAVE ENTERED THE VICTIM’S PROPERTY AND HAVE STOLEN THE TELEVISION FROM THE LIVING ROOM, NO DAMAGE CAUSED. SLIGHT SEARCH CARRIED OUT IN THE KITCHEN WHERE CUPBOARDS HAVE BEEN LEFT OPEN.

DWELLING BURGLARY 42/123729/16 OIC 70541 Smith
Elsenham
Between 23.59 hrs on Monday 26th September and 07.00 hrs on the following day
A THIEF HAS GAINED ACCESS TO THE VICTIM’S FRONT DOOR AND ONCE HAVING GAINED ENTRY A TIDY SEARCH HAS BEEN MADE AND A TOOL BAG AND A HAND BAG HAVE BEEN STOLEN

OTHER CRIMINAL DAMAGE TO A VEHICLE 42/123087/16
Silver Street, Stansted
At 14.15 hrs on Thursday 22nd September
A VANDAL HAS THROWN A STONE OVER A BANKED UP AREA WHICH HAS HIT THE VICTIM’S BLACK RANGE ROVER SPORT. THE STONE HIT THE WINDSCREEN CAUSING IT TO CRACK BUT NOT SMASH COMPLETELY.

DWELLING BURGLARY 42/123719/16 OIC 70541 Smith
Poulteney Road, Stansted
Between 23.59 hrs on Monday 26th September and 07.00 hrs on the following day
THIEVES HAVE GAINED ENTRY VIA FRONT DOOR AND ONCE HAVE GAINED ENTRY A TIDY SEARCH HAS BEEN MADE. A RUCK SACK AND TWO HANDBAGS WERE STOLEN. EXIT VIA ENTRY POINT

OTHER CRIMINAL DAMAGE 42/124057/16
Lindsell
Between 22.00hrs on Tuesday 2th September and 07.00 hrs on the following day
VANDALS HAVE DAMAGED A GATE BY ATTEMPTING TO FORCE IT OPEN

THEFT OF A MOTOR VEHICLE 42/125055/16
Wilkins Crescent, Birchanger
Between 15.00 hrs on Thursday 22nd and 18.00 hrs on Wednesday 28th September
THIEVES HAVE REMOVED A SECURE SCOOTER BLUE AND BLACK KYMCO AGILITY 125 FROM THE BACK GARDEN REMOVING THE LOCK ON THE GATES

Locksmith

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