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From Hampshire Alert:

posted 16 Jun 2016, 05:20 by Yateley NW Sec

Please be aware of the following incident which has occured in SCHOOL LANE in Yateley:

Between 06/02/16 10:00 and 07/02/16 12:00 unknown person/s have forced the aggrieved garage door. Signs of an untidy search within however no items appear to have been taken.

If anyone has any information which could assist they are encouraged to call Police on 101 or Crime Stoppers quoting Police reference 44160057103.

If anyone would like any crime prevention advice to safeguard there property please click here

Kind regards
Hart North NPT

Appeal following burglary in Yateley

posted 30 May 2015, 12:09 by Yateley NW Sec

Published: Wednesday, April 8, 2015

Police are appealing for information after an off-road KTM motorbike (similar to the one pictured) was stolen from a garage in Yateley.

This occurred sometime after 7:00pm last week, (Wednesday, April 1) in the Manor Park Drive area.

We would like to hear from anyone who may know the whereabouts of the bike, or the persons involved in this crime.

You can contact police on 101 quoting ref 44150110162 or anonymously using Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111

Damage to parked cars in Yateley

posted 10 Apr 2015, 02:10 by Yateley NW Sec

Published: Monday 16th February 2015

 There is currently a spate of criminal damage to parked vehicles in Yateley.

The damage has occurred between 11:00pm and midnight during the past two weeks and is mainly to windscreen wipers, but some vehicles have suffered damage to the actual windscreen, hubcaps/number plates, tyres and a couple have been scratched.
The offenses have been in the Frensham Close, Robins Grove Crescent, Ryde Gardens and West Green area.

Please  report any incidents as soon as possible to the police. Any CCTV footage that has not already been reported to the police would be very useful.

Police appeal after incident in Yateley

posted 16 Feb 2015, 10:59 by Yateley NW Sec

Published: Wednesday, December 31, 2014

Were you in the Plough Road area of Yateley in the early hours of Monday, December 29?

 Police are appealing for information after unknown offenders broke into a building via the front door.

Once inside the offenders tried to drill through a wall inside the building which is adjoining to the Co-Op store next door. The offenders were disturbed after an alarm was activated and they fled the scene.

PC Phil Armitage said: “The incident happened between 3am and 3.30am. and CCTV from the shop shows several cars passing the location at the relevant time. Was this you? Did you see anything suspicious?”


RMS Number: 44140460582

Deception in Partridge Avenue, Yateley

posted 31 Dec 2014, 05:45 by Yateley NW Sec

At 12.25hrs on 17/10/14 an 89yr old lady was deceived out of £200.  A male knocked on her front door and agreed to carry out gardening work.  He took a partial amount of £200 to start the work.  Once he had this money he broke a couple of branches from a bush and left with the money in his van.  He did not return.
Description is as below:-
A white male, approximately 40's, stocky build, 5'8 in height with short dark hair. The male was wearing white overalls and was travelling in a white van (no registration obtained) 

Anyone with information should contact Yateley Police by calling 101 or Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.

Assault in Yateley

posted 19 Oct 2014, 09:22 by Yateley NW Sec

Published: Thursday, September 18, 2014

Detectives are appealing for witnesses following an assault in Yateley.


The incident occurred outside the Royal Oak Public House on Reading Road in Yateley on Saturday, September 13 between 9pm and 9.15pm.

A 49-year-old man was assaulted by another man resulting in a serious injury to his face for which he remains in hospital at this time.

A 50-year-old man from Yateley has been arrested on suspicion of assault. He has been bailed pending further enquiries until November 12.

Detective Constable Andy Young from Aldershot CID said: “This incident occurred while the public house was busy on a Saturday evening and there would have been a number of witnesses to the incident who may have information that could assist our investigation.”

Anyone with information should contact DC Young by calling 101 or Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.

CCTV issued following theft in Blackwater

posted 18 Sep 2014, 09:27 by Yateley NW Sec

Published: Friday, August 1, 2014

Police have issued a CCTV image of a woman they would like to speak to following the theft of a purse in Blackwater.

The incident occurred between 4.30pm and 4.50pm on Monday, July 28 at Gemco on Bell Lane.

The victim lost her purse while at the store which contained £90 in cash and it is believed to have been stolen

PC Caroline Owen from the Yateley Safer Neighbourhoods team said: “Do you recognise the woman in this CCTV image? We believe she may be able to assist us with our investigation into the theft of the victim’s purse.

“There was also another member of the public in the shop at the time who is described as a white man with dark hair and a dark top.

“We would appeal for either of these people to contact us.”

Officers from the Yateley and Blackwater area are urging residents to assess the security of their sheds, garages, homes and cars during the current warm weather.

posted 2 Aug 2014, 03:35 by Yateley NW Sec


There have been incidents of thefts from outbuildings and cars in the area recently.

Safer Neighbourhoods team are carrying out extra patrols in the affected areas and taking positive action to identify those responsible.

Residents can take steps to help prevent crime by following the simple crime prevention advice below and can also assist police in locating those responsible by remaining vigilant and reporting any suspicious activity:

• Securing more expensive items like lawnmowers and bikes to an anchor point
• Making sure your garage and shed have a good quality lock
• Consider fitting a shed alarm
• Keep the structure of your outbuildings in good repair
• Help the police to identify the owner of recovered property by marking all items with your postcode and recording serial numbers. You can also register the details for free
• Ensure your side gates are locked to prevent access to the rear of the property.
• Lock and secure your car when you leave it unoccupied and remove all valuable items from within.

If you want further advice about property marking, Immobilise or crime prevention please contact your local SNT.

Sergeant Rob Wallis said: “People do not often realise the value of the contents of their shed or garage until they have been the victim of crime and need to replace lawnmowers, bikes and tools.

“Please take a moment to review the security of your shed and garage and consider if there is anything you can do to make your property a less appealing target for thieves. 

“Motorists are still leaving all sorts of valuables in their cars or leaving their cars unlocked. There is a false sense of security that if items are hidden your car will not be targeted but thieves will watch as you park up and hide items under seats or in the boot so please remove all valuable items.

“In addition to this I would ask you to help us by reporting any suspicious activity in the area at the time it is happening as it may benefit our investigation and help us to find those responsible.”

Anyone with information about non-dwelling burglaries should contact their local Safer Neighbourhoods team by calling 101.

Watch Your Game during the 2014 World Cup

posted 19 Jun 2014, 08:07 by Yateley NW Sec

Published: Monday, June 9, 2014

A campaign to remind football supporters to drink sensibly and stay within the law has been launched across Hampshire, the Isle of Wight and Thames Valley.

Hampshire Constabulary and Thames Valley Police are encouraging World Cup revellers to ‘Watch Your Game’ during the football festivities.

Police are expecting a rise in domestic abuse, drink driving and alcohol related violence while the World Cup runs throughout June and July.

In 2010-11 there were 1.2 million alcohol-related hospital admissions (more than double the rate seen in 2002-03: 510,800 admissions) and around 15,000 deaths caused by alcohol.

Historically, we see a rise in domestic abuse incidents during large football events such as the World Cup. Nationally, during the last World Cup in 2010 there was an increase in domestic abuse incidents of 27 per cent compared to the same period the previous year.

Alcohol misuse is linked to over half a million recorded crimes, and may contribute to as many as 1m assaults and about 125,000 instances of domestic violence.

Throughout June, both forces will be conducting drink/drug operations at all times throughout the day and night across the Thames Valley, Hampshire and the Isle of Wight.

Every driver involved in a collision will also be breathalysed as a matter of course.

Hampshire’s Community Safety and Licensing Inspector Justin Roberts said: “The World Cup is a fantastic event and we want everyone to be able to go out and enjoy it and not have their evening ruined by drunken violence.

“Plans are in place to conduct additional high visibility patrols in the night time economy areas during the World Cup matches. 
 “We are working closely with our partner agencies, the licensing trade members and other stakeholders to minimise the impact of alcohol related harm, crime, and disorder during the 2014 World Cup.

Hampshire’s Superintendent Ben Snuggs and Shonagh Dillon, Chief Executive Officer at Aurora New Dawn LTD will be hosting a live Facebook chat on Monday, June 16, 2014 from 2pm to discuss domestic abuse. The live web chat will be hosted on the Hampshire Constabulary Facebook page.

Both forces will be tweeting using the hashtag #WatchYourGame during the World Cup.

Warning after attempts to steal jewellery in Aldershot

posted 10 Jun 2014, 05:08 by Yateley NW Sec

Published: Thursday, May 22, 2014

Police are warning members of the public following the attempted theft of jewellery from women in Aldershot.

At around 9.30am on Saturday, April 26 a 78-year-old woman was approached by two Asian women on Lysons Way and asked for money.

The victim refused and they then attempted to place a necklace around her neck.

It is thought they did this in order to confuse her so they could remove and steal her own jewellery.

The victim screamed and a man and a woman came to her aid. The suspects ran off without stealing anything.

On the morning of Tuesday, April 29 there were four similar incidents in which two men and two women of Asian appearance were sat in a silver BMW 5 Series at the junction of Victoria Road and Queens Road.

They called out to women asking for directions to the doctors or dentist and encouraged them to approach the car. They attempted to place jewellery around their necks in an apparent attempt to remove their own jewellery.

The victims were aged between 50 and 70. No injuries were caused and no jewellery was stolen.

PC Vicky Brackstone said: “I would like to hear from anyone who thinks they may have witnessed these incidents or who may have been approached by the suspects.

“These are unusual incidents and we have received no further reports but please be aware when you are out and about and try to keep your valuables out of sight.”

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