Gwent Police Report for Trellech United - September 2020

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Please find below the GWENT Police Report for Trellech Ward area for the month of September 2020.

Gwent Police received 31 reports for the Trellech Ward area during this period, these covered all nature of calls, from concerns for welfare and road related incidents, to reports of crime and Anti-Social Behaviour.

INCIDENTS 31

TRANSPORT 4

ADMIN 6

ANTI SOCIAL BEHAVIOUR 7

PUBLIC SAFETY & WELFARE 4

CRIME RELATED 10

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04/09/2020 = Llandogo = a report of a suspicious incident has been received were a male has been attending addresses asking if their vehicles are for sale – no description of the male, no further lines of enquiry.

08/09/2020 – Whitelye = a report has been received of a van acting suspicious in the area driving slowly up the lane. No other details of the vehicle.

10/09/2020 – a report has been received of a theft, were a bank card and pin number have been taken and a sum of £3000 has been stolen – enquiries are still on going.

20/09/2020 – Catbrook = A report has been received of an unlocked shed has been entered and items stolen from within – Disk cutter and chain saw, estimated value £800.

22/09/2020 – Whitelye = A report has been received of an attempt burglary, were locks to an outbuilding were cut off, but no entry gained.

22/09/2020 – Whitelye = A report has been received of a burglary, were locks to an outbuilding were cut off, and a quantity of power tools stolen to the value of £500.

23/09/2020 – Llanishen = a report has been received of a business premises that have been broken into whereby 2 children’s quad bikes, adults motorbike and various power tools were stolen estimated value of £10,000 – enquiries are ongoing.

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GWENT Police ask that where possible and safe to do so, registration details and descriptions of the vehicles and occupants concerned are obtained, and passed to GWENT Police in a timely manner. Ideally using ‘101’ or ‘999’ dependent on the circumstances.