Appeal for witnesses following a burglary New Road North Ascot

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Thames Valley Police is appealing for witnesses following a burglary of a house on new Road, North Ascot.

At 20.30hrs on Monday 1 August the house owner returned to discover that at some point during the day offenders have smashed a hole through a window adjacent to the front door lock. Entry had been gained and items of jewellery stolen.

Initial police enquiries have already revealed some CCTV that shows suspects approaching the house in the early afternoon, and other enquiries have discovered that another resident disturbed individuals attempting to open their side gate shortly before hand.

It is likely that the offenders had arrived by car.

Investigating officer DC 1259 McNicholas is appealing for anyone who may have noticed suspicious individuals or vehicles during the relevant time or witnessed the incident or who feels they may have any information to call our 24-hour enquiry centre on 101, quoting reference 43220341557.

If you don’t want to speak directly to police you can contact “Crimestoppers” anonymously and free of charge on 0800 555 111. It is an independent charity, no personal details will be asked for, calls are not recorded or traced and you would not have to go to court.


To reduce the risk of your home been targeted by opportunist burglars ensure it always appears occupied. When going out during these warm days ensure that all ground floor doors and windows are closed and locked. If you are out during the evenings use time switches to turn lamps and even a radio on. Further crime prevention advice can be found on your local police website www.thamesvalley.police.uk/advice/


The Neighbourhood Watch Association can advise interested residents on how to set up and organise a Watch Scheme, where neighbours can keep an eye out for each other.
www.ourwatch.org.uk

 
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