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Crime on Trysull Road

Alert message sent 11/10/2019 10:08:00

Information sent on behalf of West Mids Police


Good morning,

There has been a 'Residential Burglary', 'Interfere with Vehicle' and 'Theft of Motor Vehicle' on Trysull Road, Merry Hill between the 04/10/19 - 08/10/19.

The offenders for the burglary had broken into the victims garage and made off with work tools.

The offenders for the vehicle interference had broken into a Renault Clio by unknown means however nothing was taken.

The offenders for the theft of motor vehicle had stolen a Citroen Relay Van containing work tools.

Our advice would be to keep all valuables out of sight and take extra caution in securing your property or consider further prevention measures such as CCTV, gates/bollards or installation of extra locks.

Due to this sharp rise in crime we have increased our patrols around the Trysull Road and surrounding areas.

If you have any knowledge of these incidents that you think could help with the investigations please call us on 101 or call Crime Stoppers on 0800 555 111 in confidence.

You can now report crime on line by following this link https://www.west-midlands.police.uk/incident-report#

Stay Safe!

Merry Hill Neighbourhood Policing Team
West Midlands Police

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