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A list of recent crimes reported in Harrow since the start of the month

July has been a busy month for police in and around Harrow. Below are a list of recent crimes that have taken place in the borough, since the start of the month.

The following have been posted by local Harrow police officers on the OWL website….

13th July – 14th July: “Between Wednesday 13th July at 10.30pm to Thursday 14th July 2022 at 6.15am, a blue Range Rover was stolen from the front driveway of a house. The vehicle was later found in London. Did you see anything suspicious or have any CCTV footage? If so, please contact the team quoting crime reference 2009928/22. Should you have a keyless entry vehicle, please ensure security measures are in place, such as a signal blocking pouch for the key, a steering wheel lock, and ensure the vehicle is parked in a location with additional security measures, such as CCTV, sensor lights, and gates or locking posts. If you require further security advice, please contact the team.”

12th July: “There has been a Catalytic Convertor stolen from a BMW parked outside No 20 Malvern Ave. On Tuesday 12th July at 1am 3 males were seen walking to No 20 from the higher numbers on the even side of the road before and after the theft Can you please check your CCTV to see if these males are seen and if they used a vehicle to arrive or leave in.”

Malvern Ave, Harrow. Credit: Google Streetview

12th July: “On Tuesday 12th July between 4:00pm – 4:30pm a residential burglary took place in Hill Road, close to its junction with St Ursula Grove. The unknown suspects gained access to the property by damaging the locks of a rear window. They then fled the scene in a silver / grey car displaying registration GD15BYB. If you have any form of CCTV that covers this area, please review the above timeframe and contact us if it has recorded any suspicious activity. You can do so via OWL, or by ringing 101 and quoting crime reference number 2009854/22. You can also provide information anonymously to CrimeStoppers on free phone number 0800 555 111.”

St Ursula Grove, Pinner, Harrow. Credit: Google Streetview.

11th July: “There has been an attempted burglary in your road. On Monday 11th July at approx. 1.30am Do you have any information in regard to this burglary, very possibly without realising it. Have you seen anything suspicious between or around the following times? We are particularly interested in any sightings of….. Suspicious callers at your house, tradesmen, salesman or people knocking on the door unexpectedly for any reason during those times. Suspicious vehicles seen in the area, possibly driving slowly or stopping and starting. Suspicious individuals loitering in the area. Do you have CCTV at your address? Do you have motion sensitive cameras recording your doorstep? If so I would be grateful if you could check if these have recorded any suspicious activity. Crime prevention advice is available on the Metropolitan Police website at https://www.met.police.uk, search under crime prevention for advice to secure your home and vehicle. Please contact the local safer neighbourhood policing team on email Raynerslane.snt@met.police.uk Quoting Crime Reference No 2009745/22″

6th July: “On Wednesday 6th July 2022 between 1.00am to 5.00am, a garage was broken in to and a white Carerra Virtuoso pedal cycle was stolen. If you saw or heard anything in relation to the break-in and theft, please contact the team quoting crime reference 2009590/22. Please ensure your garage is securly locked and any high-value items are either fully secured or removed to a safe place. If possible, please forward this message to residents who are not registered on OWL.”

6th July: “On Wednesday 6th July 2022 at 3.05am, a male entered a vehicle parked on the front driveway of a house, via the front passenger door, and stole items from the glovebox. If you saw anything suspicious or have any CCTV footage, please contact the team quoting crime reference 2010053/22.”