Neighbourhood Police Update W/c 20th June 2011

There have been 4 burglaries reported in the last week, these have occurred on Kingsley Avenue , The Drive, and 2 on East Causeway Vale, all had  euro profile locks snapped off to gain entry.  A car was stolen from 1 and no entry to 2 due to extra locks and an alarm activating. 5 arrests have been made see below. There has been no vehicle crime.

Patrols have been paid around the Adel Wood Estate but no incidents or
groups of youths have been seen or reported. There have been no other ASB issues.

Arrests of note
5 males have been arrested for the above burglary on The Drive,  they are aged 30 from Horsforth, 21 years from Seacroft, 22 years from Bramley, 21 years of no fixed abode and 18 years from the Hawksworth estate, all are currently on bail.

All local priorities will be changing as of next week, if you have anything
that you feel should take priority please contact us by any of the above
means. We have experienced some troughs and peaks in crime within the last couple of months, you may be interested to know that for the following month we are not alone, we will have Operation Support vehicles, Mounted, officers from underwater search, Roads policing Dogs, Firearms and Special constables joining us to tackle our crime hotspots.

St Giles Church in Bramhope was victim to lead theft at the end of May, we
have been there again after some more lead, bolt cutters and a crow bar
were found near to the footpath leading to Eastgate, further enquiries

No incidents to report.

For full police report of North West Outer NPT please click here…

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