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Two men arrested after hospital burglary

11 March 2011 TWO men have been arrested on suspicion of committing a number of burglaries at a Worksop hospital.The men, aged 36 and 40, were arrested at Bassetlaw District General Hospital on Thursday 10th March.Both are currently in custody and will be questioned by detectives.Anyone with any information regarding this or any other incidents is asked to call 0300 300 9999.

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Lowestoft men threatened with a knife in aggravated burglary

March 15, 2011

DETECTIVES are hunting two men after an aggravated burglary incident at a home in Lowestoft. A 30-year-old man was at the house in St Peters Street about 7.30pm last night (Monday, March 14) with two friends when two men – described of thin to medium build and wearing dark coloured sports clothing with their faces partially covered - entered via an unlocked door. The two burglars became aggressive, shouting and threatening the occupants with what appeared to be a knife. They appeared to know the 30-year-old man’s name and were abusive towards him before stealing a computer from the premises. This was later found abandoned at the top of Princes Road. “Police would like to hear from anyone who was in the area around this time who saw or heard anything that may help enquiries into the incident, including anyone who may have seen someone carrying the computer equipment,” a police spokesman said. “Officers would also like to speak to anyone with information about the men involved.”If you can help please call DC 1087 Pybus at Lowestoft CID on 01986 835300.

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Burglary charge

14 March 2011

A MAN from Farnham has been charged following a burglary at a pensioner’s home in Woking.
William Chapman, 42, of St Marks Place, Upper Hale, appeared before Woking magistrates last Wednesday.
He was charged with the burglary at Hartshill Walk, Horsell, which took place just after midnight last Tuesday. 
Chapman was remanded in custody until his next court appearance, before Guildford magistrates on Thursday.

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Two in court on burglary charges

01 March 2011

A man and a woman charged in connection with a spate of burglaries - including offences in Whitehill, Hindhead and Godalming - will appear in court on Thursday.
John Rusty Stevens and Carly Eichen, both aged 30 and of Stilwell Close, Yateley, are accused of conspiracy to burgle, the charges relating to 23 house burglaries.
Eichen is also accused of a public order offence and Stevens of assaulting a police officer.
The burglaries took place between January 4 and February 16, with addresses in Cobham, Ashford, Guildford, Elstead, Cranleigh, Esher, Mytchett, Bagshot and Wokingham also targeted.
The pair have been remanded in custody to appear at Guildford Crown Court.

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Thieves target March cancer charity shop in overnight burglary
February 8, 2011
THIEVES emptied the safe in a Cancer charity shop during an overnight burglary and caused thousands of pounds of damage.The Cancer Research UK charity shop in Fenland Walk March has been broken into.They smashed two doors at the back of the Cancer Research UK Shop in Fenland Walk, March, and got away with £107 cash from the safe.Manager Eileen Frost was told about the burglary by police before she arrived for work this morning. She said: “I just felt sick. It is unbelievable that they would do this to a charity shop. They didn’t take anything else, they just want money.”Last year the landlord splashed out thousands of pounds on installing metal shutters to protect the windows at the front after they had been repeatedly vandalised and the shop broken into. Mrs Frost said: “We thought all that had stopped after we had the shutters put up.

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Elderly victim of distraction burglary
 9 March 2011 15:25

POLICE are hunting a distraction burglar following an attack on the home of an elderly women in Blisworth this morning, Wednesday, March 9.The appeal for witnesses was issued after the burglary in Connegar Leys Road at around 10am. The man is described as white, 5ft 8ins tall, between 40 and 50 year old, and was wearing a navy sweater and trousers. Contact police on 03000 111222 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555111

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 VILLAGE BURGLAR

 Stole a funeral service booklet when he broke into his ex-partner’s home, a court was told. Mark Reilly from Upper Green Road, Tewin, broke in to the home of Marion Schofield via the back door of her house in Forbes Avenue, Potters Bar. Reilly took the booklet from a bedroom, but was arrested at the scene by police. The 49-year-old pleaded guilty in front of magistrates in St Albans to a charge of burglary and was ordered to complete 60 hours unpaid work and have treatment for alcohol dependency. He was also made subject to a restraining order to not contact his victim and must pay £85 in court costs. The property was returned to its owner.

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 6 March 2011

HOMEOWNERS

Are being warned to protect their properties after a burglary.The break in took place in Pyms Way, Sandy on Tuesday (March 1).The offender gained access to the rear garden between 8.15am and 1.15pm and took a crow bar from an unlocked garden shed.They used the tool to force open a ground floor window at the back of the house to gain entry.A digital camera, a plasma television, a video camera and an iPod were all taken before the burglar left the house through the front door.Bedfordshire Police have issued a reminder that many burglaries can be prevented.Householders should keep windows and doors locked at all time, remove all keys from the locks and keep them in a safe place out of view.Neighbours should be alert for sounds such as breaking glass.If you have any information about this crime or other suspicious incidents call the police control centre on 01234 841212, text 07786 200011, call Crimestoppers in confidence on 0800 555111 or email This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

Anther person arrested after Walcott burglary 1 March 2011 18:00
ANOTHER man has been charged after a break-in at a home belonging to the parents of football ace Theo Walcott. Kevin Wood, aged 32, of Shrubhill Road, Hemel Hempstead, has been charged with burglary and theft of a vehicle from the property in Felden on Wednesday, February 16. He appeared at St Albans Magistrates Court on Friday where he was remanded in custody until March 7.The break-in is alleged to have happened as Walcott played for Arsenal in his side’s 2-1 victory over Barcelona in the knockout stages of the Champions League. A white VW Golf car, computer equipment and jewellery were snatched.
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Burglary and the and economy

West Midlands Home Affairs Correspondent, BBC News Mr Abdulrahman said he would consider sleeping in his store in future to defend it from burglars
Crime at lowest level since 1981
New crime figures show 8% fall
Has the recession led to more burglaries?
Crime has risen in the past 12 months in the West Midlands and detection rates have fallen. How much is down to the recession and how much due to cut backs in the force? There has been a big rise in burglaries in the West Midlands up by a third over the same period last year. In some parts of Birmingham people say they have repeatedly been targeted by criminals. Some have blamed the rise in crime on drugs and the loss of jobs and benefits.The police said that force restructuring which began in April may also have played its part in their failure to detect more crime.'
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Burglars are cowards'

A few days spent in east Birmingham brings home the misery and frustration of a growing number of victims of crime. The Al Haramain Centre in Sparkbrook, a series of shops and offices, has twice been targeted by burglars. This week a number of men broke in smashing equipment and glass windows causing more than £12,000 in damage and stealing thousands of pounds of valuables. The owner Mohamud Abdulrahman said he was angry that the police took two hours to arrive. He said he was now thinking of sleeping there overnight to protect his business from the burglars."Burglars are cowards; they will not stand in front of me when they see me, they will run - although my life may be at risk, the main thing is my business."Across the West Midlands burglaries have soared. In the three months since August they have risen by 34.6% compared with this time last year.

If they put my benefits back up, I wouldn't need to steal then. If I'm hungry I'm going to have to steal. That's it. ”End Quote Barry, a skilled, homeless man Robbery is up by 29.1% and vehicle crime rose by 22.4%.'
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Teething problems'

Just eight out of 100 burglaries are detected although the police detection target is 19.To save money West Midlands Police has restructured its operations. It has meant bigger areas to cover and a complete re-organisation.The jobs of 1,200 uniformed officers are at risk as the coalition government demands more cuts. Ch Insp Matt Markham said the restructuring may be to blame for the burglary figures."Seeing over 10,000 staff change jobs and roles and locations it did have some teething problems undoubtedly, but we're really beginning to pick things up now and we're arresting more burglars each month, and that detection rate is steadily increasing," he said. A homeowner said he was shocked that burglars would brazenly target his home in daylight It is an old argument, but does crime rise when the economy slumps? Barry, once a skilled worker who is now homeless and unemployed, had been arrested and cautioned for attempting to steal a bottle of wine."Anyone who's just come out of a job has got more chance than I have, plus I'm getting old," he said."If they put my benefits back up, I wouldn't need to steal then. "As it is I've got to live Monday to Friday with food, the weekend with no food. If I've got no food I get hungry, if I'm hungry I'm going to have to steal. That's it."
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Footprints In Snow Lead To Arrest
 A suspected burglar has been arrested after police followed footprints in the snow from the scene of a break-in.

Police followed footprints to track down their suspect

Officers responded to a call from the Ivy Leaf Club in Burnhope, County Durham, just before 1.30am, after an alarm was triggered.

A small amount of cash was taken from a safe in the bar, a spokesman for Durham Police said.

Police spotted a set of tracks in the snow leading away from the club.

The "clear clues" led the officers along a track for several hundred yards before they disappeared into a council house in the village, the spokesman said.

A man aged in his 20s was arrested at the house on suspicion of burglary and is being questioned at Consett Police Station.

The North East was badly affected by the snowfall, with some areas experiencing snow as deep as 20cm (8in).

Police advised motorists not to travel in the area unless the journey was absolutely necessary, and reported accidents throughout County Durham, Teesside and Tyne and Wear.
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Burglar in the middle of the night


11th February 2010

Operation Golden: PCSO Stuart Mortimer from Cheshire Police demonstrates the door hangers that will be given to householdersA shadowy figure lurking in the garden in the early hours. A rattle on a window latch. It must be a burglar. But don't panic too soon and call the police. That could be them outside. Officers have begun testing windows and doors at night as part of a campaign to increase home security. If they find one open, they are under orders to knock on the door and drag sleepy residents from their beds and lecture them. The move is part of an initiative called Operation Golden which aims to slash burglary rates in Macclesfield, Cheshire. Police say their actions are necessary as almost 40 per cent of all burglars gain access through an unsecured window or door. But some residents have condemned the plan, saying it could cause alarm and increase the fear of crime, especially among the elderly. One 82-year-old resident, who did not want to be named, said: 'If they're not careful the police will end up arresting their own officers. It's going to get very confusing for them. If I got a knock on my door at 1am I'd tell whoever was there where to get off and I wouldn't be polite about it.' Resident Adrian Dodd, 42, said: 'I think it is preposterous. It is all well and good advising people but you can't come trespassing on property in the dead of night and waking people up. Someone will have a heart attack. Beat the thief. For peace of mind regarding fitting a Burglar Alarm or CCTV System contact Affinity One Security Solutions on Tel No 08000 336 999.

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Cleared: Father who chopped off intruder's ear with samurai sword after he threatened to rape and kill his family

Beware the Reebok Classic wearer: £60 trainer is revealed as burglars' favourite

The operation should be restricted to daylight hours.' Inspector Gareth Woods, who is heading the operation, said that it would be in effect from 4pm until 2am. He admitted that some residents will not be happy about the wake-up call, but said: 'If we're told to get lost then that's a risk we take. The bottom line is officers get a mixed reception when doing anything like this, but I would say to any of my officers that if they see an unsecured car or house to let the owner know no matter what time of day or night. 'Most reasonable people will say thanks for letting them know and be grateful.' Chief Inspector Peter Crowcroft said: 'There are burglars who specialise in sneakins. They walk around streets, nipping in and out of gardens and trying doors until they find one unlocked. 'Even if the family is in the next room watching television or eating, the criminal will walk into the kitchen or hallway, grab a bag, purse, or some other item of value and be out again in seconds. These burglaries can be avoided by locking the door.' Last year a 38-year-old woman from Hove in East Sussex was stunned when she walked into her lounge to find a PCSO clambering through her window. The woman, who did not want to be named, was then given a stern lecture by the officer on home security. 'I thought it was a bit much really, but it did make me think,' she said. Officers and police community support officers are also distributing thousands of door hanger cards which list security checks to be carried out before anyone leaves home.Beat the thief.

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 Scottish subject wanted under Op Capture arrested in UK11

March, 2011Crime-fighting charity Crimestoppers and the Serious Organised Crime Agency (SOCA) can confirm that a further successful arrest under Operation Captura has been made in the UK. Andrew Spooner, 41, who appeared on the latest list of wanted individuals under Operation Captura was arrested by SOCA officers at 6.30pm (GMT) Thursday 10 March in Salford, Greater Manchester.·        

Two arrests in two days under Operation Capture

23 February, 2011Crime-fighting charity Crimestoppers and the Serious Organised Crime Agency (SOCA) can confirm that a second successful arrest in under 48 hours has been made in Spain.·        

 Early success for latest Operation Captura campaign

22 February, 2011A crackdown on Britain’s most wanted who are believed to be on the run in Spain has resulted in an arrest on the first day of the campaign, launched by UK crime-fighting charity Crimestoppers and the Serious Organised Crime Agency (SOCA) yesterday (21 February). ·        

Criminals hiding on the Costas beware as Operation Captura returns

21 February, 2011UK crime-fighting charity Crimestoppers and the Serious Organised Crime Agency (SOCA) are once again closing in on Britain's most wanted who are believed to be on the run in Spain.·        

Public urged to help catch ‘Most Wanted’ distraction burglars targeted by new campaign

25 January, 2011Crime-fighting charity, Crimestoppers, and the police are today launching a list of the 10 ‘Most Wanted’ people sought in connection with distraction burglaries.·        

Crimestoppers launches first ever product 1

0 January, 2011Crime-fighting charity, Crimestoppers, has launched its first ever product Crimestoppers Property Protector. Crimestoppers Property Protector is a clear liquid solution used to mark products in such a way that they can be traced back to you if stolen. 

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Software pirate jailed for reseller burglary
Burglar was one of four men jailed following the discovery of £190,000 software haul by police
22 Feb 2010

Wardell: Microsoft committed to driving piracy out of UK channel
A known software pirate has been jailed for his role in a string of burglaries that led to a Welsh reseller losing £190,000 worth of software.
Nicholas Wright was one of four men jailed for conspiracy to commit burglary for a series of crimes in Lampeter, Wales.
The haul was uncovered following raids by the Thames Valley Police Serious and Organised Crime Unit (SOCU) across the South East and Wales.
Tony Lees, detective inspector from the Thames Valley SOCU, said since the gang were put behind bars an “immeasurable and a considerable change” had been noted in the level of “serious and acquisitive” crime in the region.
Wright, who was sentenced to 15 months in prison, previously settled out of court with Microsoft in 2007 for copyright and trademark offences, amounting to £1.5m.
Michala Wardell, head of anti-piracy at Microsoft UK, said the firm is committed to “driving piracy out of the channel”.
“The channel loses out far more than Microsoft does when counterfeit goods are sold,” she said. “Microsoft is doing all it can to protect partners and we are not afraid to take action.”
A Microsoft Certified Partner, who asked to remain anonymous, said: “Anything dodgy like this usually has links to something more sinister.
“The more people caught handling these products and engaged in dodgy practices, the better it is for everyone

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BURGLARY

Police criticised for staging mock burglaries, 29 March 2010 Officers who 'burgled' Exeter homes as part of crime prevention exercise accused of trespass. 

No retrial for man accused of attacking burglar, 29 March 2010 A man accused of attacking a burglar at his family's home in Buckinghamshire will not face a retrial, the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) has said.

Warning over letterbox burglaries in Reading, 21 March 2010 Police in Reading have issued a warning to residents after several recent burglaries where thieves opened the front door through the letter box.

Burglaries and muggings on the rise - how do you protect yourself and your home, 18 February 2010 Police figures show that the number of domestic burglaries rose last year for the first time in six years - and very often burglars turn violent when confronted by householders.

Please Rob Me website reveals dangers of social networks, 18 February 2010 A website called PleaseRobMe claims to reveal the location of empty homes based on what people post online.

'Bling ring' on trial for Hollywood celebrity burglaries, 17 January 2010 Stars such as Orlando Bloom, Megan Fox, Paris Hilton and Lindsay Lohan were 'cased' online before well-heeled, young gang struck, prosecution will allege.


Green-fingered Marcia Cross and her twin daughters enjoy a day of gardening in the sun.
Police are urging residents to be careful who they open their doors to after a distraction burglary in Halewood on Tuesday (March 23), and always ask to see identification for anyone they don't know.
Two men posing as police officers called at the home of two elderly women in Stanford Crescent at around 1.45pm after they had come back from the local shops in Camberley Drive.

The bogus officers told the women - aged 79 and 84 - they had been the victims of a burglary and were there to investigate. However while one offender distracted the women, the other went inside the house falsely claiming he was going to secure it, and instead ransacked the upstairs bedrooms.

The first offender then asked the women if the cash they kept in the house was safe and secure and when they showed him, both men fled the house with several hundred pounds in cash.

The first man is described as white, in his 50s, around 6ft tall and of stocky build. He was wearing dark clothing and a three-quarter-length coat and tweed trilby hat. The second man was younger, around 17-years-old, around 5ft 6ins tall and of skinny build. He was wearing a hooded top.

Simple, sensible precautions

Yesterday, police officers urged homeowners to take simple, sensible precautions to avoid becoming victims of bogus officials and distractions burglars.

Chief Inspector Paul Sutcliffe, said: "These men have callously preyed on two elderly members of our community and stolen money from them after tricking their way in by pretending to be plain clothes police officers. The two women who live there are understandably devastated by this intrusion into their home and are now very wary of anyone who calls.

"Thankfully, conmen posing as police officers is quite rare but we are determined to catch these two offenders before they can target anyone else in this way. I would to anyone who has seen anyone matching their descriptions acting suspiciously to contact the police as not only are they committing burglaries, they are also impersonating police officers, which is an additional criminal offence.

"In the meantime, I would urge residents to be extra vigilante when answering the door to strangers no matter who they say they are. People should always ask to see identification before letting anyone into their home and should not be worried about offending them. A genuine caller, including police officers, should not have any problem with producing their ID. Residents should also make use of door chains if they have them, make a call to the organisation the caller claims to be from to double-check who they are, and if you are still in doubt, ask them to come back another time when you have someone else with you."

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Burglars armed with kitchen knives steal top Tory's laptop hours before crucial TV debate

David Cameron's preparation for tonight's make-or-break live TV debate was disrupted today after the home of one of his shadow cabinet was burgled.
Shadow defence secretary Liam Fox's car and a laptop were stolen by burglars last night while he was asleep.

He noticed nothing amiss at the central London property until he woke up this morning, when he raised the alarm.

Dr Fox told how the burglars had taken knives from his kitchen cupboards and placed them on the worktops, apparently ready to use if they were caught in the act.

The break-in raised fears crucial details about Tory defence strategy could be leaked ahead of Mr Cameron's showdown with party leaders later.

The clash is focused on foreign affairs, with the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan likely to be a major battleground.

Dr Fox was also key to drawing up the Tory manifesto - prompting speculation his computer could contain vital information about strategy at the top of the party.

The Tory frontbencher later denied that any briefing papers for the debate or sensitive party documents were among the items stolen.

The burglary comes barely 24 hours after a Lib Dem strategist left an embarrassing dossier detailing their plan for Nick Clegg to copy Mr Cameron in the back of a taxi.

Dr Fox had been due to outline the Tories' armed forces manifesto this morning but the launch was cancelled at short notice.

He was at his home in Tower Bridge, surveying the damage instead as crime scene officers hunted for any clues.

The manifesto explicitly criticises Gordon Brown for his handling of the armed forces, setting the scene for what will be a key strand of Tory attack tonight.

Forensic officers could be seen working on the rear balcony of the property as Dr Fox, dressed in shirt and tie, looked on through the open patio doors.

A police car was parked behind the smart modern five-storey apartment block and a lone police officer was making regular patrols outside.

Dr Fox's wife Jesme was not in the property during the raid because she is stuck in Hong Kong due to the travel chaos caused by the volcanic ash.

Details of the break-in emerged on the day quarterly crime statistics for England and Wales were being published by the Home Office.

They showed home burglaries have fallen significantly nationally, but police in London battled a spike in the crime late last year.


Investigation: Forensic officers examine the balcony of Dr Fox's flat

Dr Fox, speaking outside the block, said: 'I feel like anyone else who has been the victim of an opportunistic burglary. It's not very nice to have someone in your house, particularly when you have been in it.

'It's even less nice when they have taken knives out of the kitchen drawer and leave them placed so that they can threaten you on their getaway.

'But I'm not the only person in this country who has been a victim of crime and I will have greater sympathy in the future with people who are. As Tony Blair once said, things can only get better.'

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He said there were a number of documents in the flat but that they had not been stolen and he declared he would not turn an 'unpleasant personal upset' into a 'political stunt'.

'It's back to business as usual in as much as you can have business as usual when you have had locksmiths in to change the locks,' he said.

He later left the property to travel to his constituency in Somerset, where he will watch tonight's leaders' debate.

Mr Cameron said: 'I am very sorry for Liam. I have been burgled a couple of times and it is a horrible shock that someone has been into your house and taken your things.

'You feel completely invaded and thinking about getting everything together and sorting all that out.

'The police will find who did it and I am sure Liam will want us to get on with our campaign.'

Neighbour Karalene Spiers said she did not hear anything in the night to alert her to the burglary. 'It's quite worrying,' she said.

Miss Spiers, 29, said security had been improved after a spate of bicycle thefts last year.

She said: 'We have to use a fob to be let in and out of the gates now. There are always people coming and going though. It's not a quiet development.'

Metropolitan Police Commissioner Sir Paul Stephenson said: 'I have heard about Liam Fox being burgled and I hear reports someone was in the house. If that is the case it makes it even worse.

'I have said it time and time again, burglary remains a heinous offence and anybody who enters a house to burgle should automatically expect to be sent to prison.

'When you have got somebody who is actually inside the house at the same time, the distress that must cause must be hideous, whether you are Liam Fox or anybody else.

'I am sorry it has happened to Liam Fox and I am sorry it happens to anyone in our society.'

A Conservative spokesman said: 'I can confirm that Liam Fox's car was stolen last night and police are investigating.'

A Scotland Yard spokesman said: 'Police were called at 7.20am to an address in SE1 to reports of a burglary. Officers are currently in attendance and the burglary squad from Southwark are investigating. There have been no arrests.'

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