|There have been a spate of thefts recently of parcels left on doorsteps going missing.
It has become fairly common practice to leave parcels on doorstep, Amazon being the worst offenders for this, and someone has targeted our neighbourhood in helping herself to parcels on doorsteps.
Luckily, she has been captured on film by a resident and we are able to share this with you all.
So, this is a woman in her 20s or 30s, pushing a buggy with a child in it and a small lint brown/ginger dog on a lead. She is helping herself to what appears to be multiple parcels from front doors in our streets.
Please, if you find parcels have gone missing, report this to 101 and refer to this footage which has been sent to the police.
In addition to this, there is a Police Meeting taking place which residents are welcome to attend.
These meetings are arranged three times a year and it’s an opportunity for Coordinators and residents to come and talk to us about your concerns, to hear about crime issues and trends in the ward and what your local police team are doing to tackle it.
On this occasion, Adults Safeguarding Team will be attending our meeting to show a worthwhile PowerPoint as part of multiagency working with Health Professionals and Police reaching out to the wider community.
Also, Chris Connelly, RFU Community Relations Officer will be there and St Margaret’s and North Twickenham dedicated Police Officers.
Police Liaison Group (PLG) Meeting
Tuesday 21st November 2017 at 7.00 p.m.
Twickenham Stadium, RFU, Whitton Road, TWICKENHAM TW1 7BA
Please let Eugenia Venour know if you would like to attend: