OVEG

Oxhey Village Environment Group | www.oveg.org

Neighbourhood Watch

Police have received two reports of Shed Breaks overnight on Sunday 27th April 2014 between 2000 hours and 0700 hours 28th April 2014 in Raglan Gardens and Oaklands Avenue. It appears the offenders have gained access to the rear gardens and cut the padlocks securing the sheds and have stolen pedal cycles from both addresses. We are appealing for any witnesses for these offences and would ask for you to get in touch if you have any information which may assist us in the investigation, please call 101 and Quote crime number C3/14/453 for Raglan Gardens and C3/14/452 for Oaklands Avenue.

Bike Marking Event


PCSO 6021 Che Ponton will be carrying out the next Bike Marking event, which is a FREE service and can help officers identify the bike should you become a victim of crime.  This event is held at:

South Oxhey Police Station, Oxhey Drive, Watford, WD19 7SD


Saturday 12th May 2014, between 1400-1600hr

Crime Prevention Advice


In order to prevent intruders entering your garden sensor lights can be very useful and due to them illuminating with movement this can deter people entering your property.  This is a cheaper option to consider and can also work well on the approach to an address, as it can draw witnesses attention to the light.

If you would like any further crime prevention advice then the Police Community Support Officers can come round and give further advice no securing your home.

Download Associated Documents


Documents accompanying this message are linked below. Click to download and open a file which use the popular PDF format. If you experience problems downloading or viewing a file please visit this help page on the OWL website.

Secure your Shed (152 KB)

If you need to reply regarding this message, click on this email address: emma.baker2@herts.pnn.police.uk

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This entry was posted on 29 April 2014 by in All News, Local News.