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Recent Burglaries in Harrow: Police issue safety warnings and advice

Several recent burglaries have been reported to the police in Harrow, prompting warnings and safety advice from the local officers.

Residents are urged to be vigilant and take precautions to prevent further incidents.

Incidents on Honeypot Lane

Between 18th and 22nd April, multiple burglaries occurred on Honeypot Lane, with the intruders smashing glass doors and windows to gain access.

To prevent burglaries, police advise installing intruder alarm systems, security lights, and secure side gates. Securing shed doors and windows, keeping high side and rear boundaries, and never leaving tools lying around are also recommended.

Attempted Burglary on St. Paul’s Avenue, Kenton

A burglary was reported on St. Paul’s Avenue, Kenton, Harrow. Although no items were stolen, the patio door was damaged during the incident. Police urge residents to keep an eye out for suspicious individuals in the area.

Burglary on Cranbourne Drive, Pinner

On Monday, 22nd April, between approximately 3:40pm and 3:50pm, a burglary happened on Cranbourne Drive in Pinner, near the junction with Rochester Drive.

The suspect entered the property via the front door, which was accidentally left open. Fortunately, no valuables were stolen as the suspect was disturbed during the attempt.

Information Requests and Contact Details
Police are asking anyone with CCTV footage, dashcams, or video doorbells to review the above timeframe to check for suspicious activity.

If you have any information, please contact the police via the OWL network, by ringing 101, or by emailing pinnersouth.snt@met.police.uk with the crime reference number 01/255971/24 (For the Cranbourne Drive burglary only).

You can also provide information anonymously to CrimeStoppers by calling 0800 555 111.

Residents are encouraged to remain vigilant, report any suspicious activity, and follow safety advice to reduce the risk of burglaries in their communities.