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                        POLICE INCIDENT REPORT
                             Monday 14th December 2009.
Cambridge Rd, Quendon – burglary 10th December
Between around 11:40am and around 2:10pm on December 11, unknown suspects gained
entry to a property in Cambridge Road, Quendon, through an insecure rear door which was only
chained, and stole cash and jewellery with an estimated total value of around £7000. The
investigating officer is Dc Liam FULLER.
10th December – Stickling Green, Clavering
400m of copper cable has been removed at around 21.30 on 10th December.
House Fire – Mill Lane 11th December
As you have probably heard on both local and National news, two people sadly lost their lives in
a house fire in Saffron Walden on Friday. It is not yet known how this fire started, although
there are not thought to have been any suspicious circumstances.
Can I please strongly advise you to regularly check your smoke alarms, to ensure that they
work, and that the batteries do not need replacing. The Essex Fire Service will carry out home
fire safety visits and fit smoke alarms, free of charge in many cases (call 0845 601 2495 to
check if you qualify). If you have an elderly relative, friend or neighbour, you could ask them if
they have smoke alarm fitted. If they don’t, please recommend that they call this number so
that the Fire Service can fit one for them.
If you do not qualify for a free smoke alarm, a well known DIY shop in Saffron Walden sells
them from £4.49. These are battery operated, therefore need no wiring and can be easily fixed
to a wall or ceiling.
Criminal damage – Radwinter Rd 12th December
A Fiat Punto was damaged when its wing mirror was kicked, leaving it hanging.
Attempted burglary – Stortford Rd Clavering, 12th December
Two glass panes were smashed in an attempt to burgle a properly in Clavering. It is possible
that thieves were deterred by the owners’ dogs, who were in the house at the time.
Burglary – Littlebury Green, 12/13th December
During the late evening / early morning burglars broke into a house in Littlebury Green,
removing a games console and the householders’ Christmas presents.
 DI Dean Chapple said: “Unfortunately, there are opportunist thieves about and a burglar only
needs five minutes to ruin your Christmas. I would urge people to ensure that they keep their
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doors and windows locked and secure, and also keep any valuables – be they car keys, wallets
or purses, or even Christmas presents – somewhere safe and out of sight.”
If you leave your house during either daytime or evening, we would advise you to leave a radio
on and a light on in a downstairs room so that it appears as though someone is home. Presents
under a Christmas tree may seem attractive to burglars, so don’t put your presents out until
Christmas Eve (when we’d hope even the most hard hearted of burglars might be otherwise
occupied).

THERE IS SNOW PREDICTED FOR THE END OF THIS WEEK!!!!
I WOULD STRONGLY ADVISE YOU TO BUY A CATERING BAG OF SALT
NOW BEFORE STOCKS RUN OUT. SALTING YOUR PATH WHEN ICY MAY
SAVE YOU A NASTY FALL, SHOULD SNOW MELT AND THEN RE-FREEZE.

If you saw any suspicious or unusual activity around any of these locations or
have any information which you think might be of help, please call Essex Police
on 0300 333 4444.

Many thanks,



Lindsay Baillie
Essex Watch Administrator, Uttlesford.
01376 556 232 / 07837 341 683
Lindsay.Baillie@essex.pnn.police.uk




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