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Frosty Mornings

Alert message sent 09/11/2019 07:18:00

Information sent on behalf of West Mids Police


Good Morning

Every winter cars are stolen from driveways across the West Midlands because owners leave them unattended, keys in the ignition, while they warm up the windscreens to defrost.

You might nip inside for a few minutes to collect a bag or finish a cup of coffee but that's all the time an opportunist thief needs.

Insurance companies may not pay out for cars stolen this way.

Freeze out car thieves on frosty mornings.

If anybody has any information that would assist the Police please call 101 or you can report online www.west-midlands.police.uk or you can call Crime Stoppers anonymously on 0800555111.


Kind Regards

PCSO Lee Haynes 31115
Police Community Support Officer
St Peters, Park and Graiseley Wards, Wolverhampton LPU
West Midlands Police
Telephone – 101 ext 871 6025
Twitter - @StPetersWMP

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To report crime and anti-social behaviour which does not require an emergency response please call 101. In an emergency call 999. For everything else get in touch via Live Chat on our website 8am - Midnight, or call 101.

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Lee Haynes (Police, PCSO, St Peters, Park and Graiseley)
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