Bradley Stoke burglaries Dec 2015 to Nov 2016.

Bradley Stoke councillor calls public meeting to discuss surge in burglaries

A local councillor has organised a public meeting to discuss the rising burglary rate in Bradley Stoke after the latest published figures showed the number of monthly incidents running at four times the two-year average. Data published on the official police.uk website shows there were 16 burglaries recorded in Bradley Stoke during November 2016*, the highest in any month over the last

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CCTV stills showing men the police would like to speak to in connection with a number of burglaries in north Bristol on 17th January 2017.

Bradley Stoke burglary thought to be linked to others on same day in neighbouring areas

Police are appealing for information after three homes in Bradley Stoke, Stoke Lodge and Filton were burgled on the same day earlier this week. The burglaries took place at residential addresses on Tuesday (17th January), in the late afternoon and evening, and police believe they are all linked. The first took place shortly after 7pm at a house on Savages Wood Road, Bradley Stoke.

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Wheatfield Drive, Bradley Stoke, Bristol.

Police thank neighbours following Wheatfield Drive attempted burglary

Police are thanking communities in Bradley Stoke and Yate for looking out for their neighbours after two attempted burglaries. On Tuesday 22nd November, a woman was walking back to her home in Wheatfield Drive, Bradley Stoke, at about 5.40pm, when she realised there were people inside the property. She went to a neighbour who immediately called the police. Three men made

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Jewellery stolen during a burglary in Bradley Stoke, Bristol.

Police appeal for information after wedding jewellery stolen in burglary

Police are appealing for witnesses and information after a daytime burglary in which a quantity of gold jewellery was stolen. It happened in Stanley Mead, Bradley Stoke, between 8.15am and 5.45pm on Tuesday 4th October. Thieves forced the rear doors to get into the house and also stole foreign currency including South African rand, US dollars, Singapore dollars and euros.

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