Wilbarston Parish Council

Serving the people of Wilbarston

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Clerk: Mrs Becky Jones
1 Castle Road, Wellingborough
Northamptonshire NN8 1LL

Tel: 01933 273028

Stoke Albany Crime

An incident of interfering with a motor vehicle at Harborough Road, Stoke Albany has been reported this happened between 05/03/2020@12.40-12.45

Did you see anyone loitering around in the area?

Please do not hesitate to call 101 (or 999 if a crime is in progress).


If you have seen or heard anything that you feel may be helpful or may aid us in our investigation, please contact the main enquiry number (101) and quote Crime Number:
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Crime Prevention Advice

The most basic home security measure is to simply lock up.

This gets overlooked more often than you think and a surprising number of people leave windows open or forget to lock the door. Don't make it easy for burglars!

Take these simple precautions to reduce the risk of becoming a victim of crime:

Your home

Keep front and back doors locked at all times - even when you're at home.

If you are out in the evening make sure you leave a light on and draw the curtains.

If it's dark before you get home, use timer switches to turn on the lights.

Light up your front door with dusk to dawn lighting - make sure it's visible from the street.

Keep keys and valuables out of sight, and reach, from cat flaps, letterboxes and downstairs doors and windows.

If you have a burglar alarm, use it!

Find out how to carry out a home security self-assessment by visiting: http://www.northants.police.uk/information/crime-prevention

Kettering and Corby Rural Neighbourhood
Always keep your car locked and close the windows - even if you are only leaving the vehicle for a few moments.

Always remove all items from your vehicle when parked - even an old coat may be enough to tempt a thief.

Ensure when removing your sat nav, that the cradle and suction pad are also removed and any suction marks are wiped away.

Never leave keys in the ignition, not even at a garage when paying for petrol.

Keep keys safe at all times, whether you're out or at home.

Message Sent By
Kirsty Ellerby (Police, PCSO, Corby & Kettering Rural)

Posted: Sun, 08 Mar 2020 21:01 by Becky Jones

Tags: Police, community, crime