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Crimes reported in Harrow within the last week

Below is a list of some of the crimes reported in Harrow over the last seven-day period by local police and via the OWL website.

A Black Fiat Grand Punto was stolen from outside a property on Ravenswood Crescent, Rayners Lane, Harrow, between Friday 10th July and Tuesday 26th July 2022. If you have any information please contact, 101 quoting Crime ref number 2010585/22

On Tuesday 26th July 2022 at approximately 00:30hrs near 16 Coles Crescent, Rayners Lane, a Black Toyota Auris had a catalytic converter stolen. If you have any information relating to this crime please contact, 101 quoting Crime ref number 201057/22

On Monday 25th July, a Black Vauxhall Insignia was parked on Balmoral Road, South Harrow, where it was broken into and a laptop was stolen. Police advise to use alarms and immobilisers – Remember to turn them on EVERY time you leave your car, even if it’s just for a few minutes.

There has been a Catalytic Convertor stolen from a Blue Vauxhall Astra parked outside Capthorne Court, Alexandra Ave, over a period of a week from 13th – 25th JULY 2022 Please check your vehicles regularly if they are not parked outside your property or you don’t use them every day.

There has been a temporary CCTV camera installed last week on the lamppost at the junction of Whitehall Road with Ladsdowne Road, Harrow on the Hill. The camera is recording 24/7 and has a wide coverage area. The presence of CCTV cameras has proved to be a great deterrent for ASB and drug dealings and we hope that it will prevent such offences from occurring in the area. Please report any crime incidents by calling 101 for non-emergency issues or 999 in case of emergency.

Pinner Police reported that scammers are operating in the area. They have been convincing elderly motorists that they must use a bank card at the parking machine to pay for parking or a fine. After the PIN is seen being entered, the bank card is stolen. These parking machines DON’T accept card payments.

On July 21, following calls from members of the public of a suspicious vehicle in Harrow, Wealdstone police stopped and seized a vehicle for no insurance along with several other offences.

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