By david scales on Sep 25, 2015 10:05 pm
We have been made aware of a recent garden shed break-in in Devonshire Drive and also of an attempt to steal bikes from the same Street.
Fortunately nothing was stolen from the Shed and the padlock used to secure the bikes was too strong to remove but we would remind residents to be extra vigilant and use strong locks to secure sheds and outhouses as well as bicycles.
Please also look out for your neighbour’s property as one of the most successful ways of preventing and reporting theft or attempted theft of this kind throughout the Triangle is effective ‘Neighbourhood Watch’.
Some Streets in the Ashburnham Triangle do have Neighbourhood Watch Schemes and NW Co-ordinators but if you are interested in setting up a scheme for your street, helping out or finding out more then please contact PCSO Henry Lawton of the Greenwich West Safer Neighbourhoods Team for further informationHenry.T.O.Lawton@met.pnn.
police.uk or myself email@example.com
There is some useful information on the Metropolitan Police Total Policing website on security measures you can take to secure garden sheds and outbuildingshttp://content.met.police.uk/
Team/Greenwich/GreenwichWest you will also find details of forthcoming drop-ins where you can speak to the Police about any policing related matters or concerns you may have or you can report them to PCSO Henry Lawton Henry.T.O.Lawton@met.pnn. police.uk
We hope you enjoy the rest of the weekend sunshine and that any cyclists who did attend the Exchanging Places cycle event at Cutty Sark Gardens from 16:30 – 19:00 on Friday 25th September found it useful.