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Gnosall Parish Council

(Including the wards of Moreton and Knightley)

Our Mission is to improve the quality of life for those who live and work in the Parish of Gnosall and those who visit it.


ADVICE: Protect your property

Alert: Car Key theft - Doxey Road

We are urging residents to check home and vehicle security following a report of a car key burglary on Doxey Road, Stafford

Saturday (17 of February) sometime after 2:00am unknown offenders have broken in via a window at the back of the building. Offenders have entered the building and taken two sets of keys, iPod and a large amount of money. Offenders have made off with good escape in a BMW 54 plate and taken keys to the other vehicle which was still there.

If you saw the vehicle or anyone acting suspiciously in the area, please contact us on 101 with any information quoting incident number  369 of 17 February.

We would always advise the following:

-       Keep all keys out of sight and away from doors and windows

-       Keep doors and windows locked even when you are at home or in the garden

-       Consider installing a home security system and setting an intruder alarm at night

-       Using European standard TS007 3* anti-snap locked on UPVC doors

-       Consider installing and activating a tracking device on your vehicle and purchasing a good quality steering wheel lock.

-       Ensure side gates are locked

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ATTEMPTED THEFT OF TRAILER

We have been made aware of the following vehicle seen acting suspiciously. A Blue Jeep Grand Cherokee, registration number DU04MHZ. This vehicle was seen in suspicious circumstances near the stables in Little Onn, Church Eaton and attempted to steal an Ifor Williams trailer, but was unsuccessful.

Please review security arrangements for your property and machinery and report any suspicious activity to the police.

If you need to reply regarding this message, click on this email address: patrick.wright@staffordshire.pnn.police.uk

 

Flight Ticket Fraud

Fraudsters are attempting to entice victims who are looking for cheap flights abroad.

Victims have reported booking tickets via websites or a “popular” ticket broker, only to discover that after payment via bank transfer or electronic wire transfer, the tickets/booking references received are counterfeit. In some cases, all communications between the company or broker and the victim have been severed.

Fraudsters are targeting individuals who are seeking to travel to African nations and the Middle East, particularly those wishing to travel in time for popular public and religious holidays.

If you have been affected by this, or any other type of fraud, report it us on 101 or to Action Fraud by calling 0300 123 2040, or visiting www.actionfraud.police.uk.

For more information and advice about this fraud and the latest fraud alerts visit: https://www.staffordshire.police.uk/article/8201/Latest-Fraud-Alerts

Alert: Multiple break-ins

We are appealing for information following multiple break-ins at The Bakery, on Wharf Road in Gnosall.

At around 2am on 19 December a black Volkswagen Golf was driven into the shop door, shattering the glass. Three offenders gained access to the premises and took a number of scratch cards and boxes of cigarettes.

Then on the 27 December at 11.25pm, two individuals were seen acting suspiciously outside of the shop. They were wearing dark clothing with hoods up, and their mouths were covered.

They left the area in a dark grey Skoda via Cowley Lane.

Four offenders returned in same vehicle at around 1.20am on the 29 December. They attempted to gain access to the shop using a sledge hammer when they were disturbed and fled the scene.

After a short pursuit by officers, the Skoda was later found abandoned in Willenhall.

The offenders are described as white males, of slim build, wearing dark tracksuits and hoodies.

Anyone who has any information, or anyone who has CCTV or dash cam footage of any suspicious behaviour or vehicles in the area, is asked to call 101 and quote incident number 33 of 19 December. Alternatively, call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

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