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Information provided by: PCSO Lewis RIGDEN, Swale CSU

Crimes of note:
No criminal offences affecting the public at large have been reported in Bapchild this month.

Anti-social behaviour and other incidents of note:

14-11-2020, Criminal Damage, Fox Hill – A group of 5 youths have attempted to smash up the front of the fruit stall. Upon arrival, Police found that they had made a significant mess, but thankfully no damage was done. 4 of the youths were detained. 2 were taken home by Police and one was picked up by a parent.
A member of public has reported that they have seen two unknown males dressed in black looking at their new 4x4. I would like to take this opportunity to remind people to make sure that their vehicles are locked at night and that valuable are not left in them overnight. If valuables have to be left in the vehicle then you should make efforts to conceal them.

Items of good work:
There have been no crimes affecting the public at large in Bapchild this month. This means that there have been no burglaries, violent crimes, vehicle crimes or incidents of significant criminal damage.

Updates of previous reported issues­:
Nothing to report at this time.

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This information will also be displayed in poster format on the village noticeboard outside Bapchild Village Hall.

Parish Clerk