Saffron Walden and Great Dunmow weekly crime round-up
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Overnight on December 12, the back window screen of a red VW Golf was smashed, causing £300 worth of damage. The vehicle was parked on a driveway off Windermere Drive, Great Notley.
A satellite navigation system valued at £100 was stolen from a Peugeot 306 in Finchingfield overnight on December 15. The car was parked on Vicarage Road and after gaining entry, thieves searched the glove compartment and boot.
Between December 6 and December 8, a shed was broken into along Green Road in Rickling Green. No damage was caused and nothing was stolen, but an iron pot was removed from the front garden.
Thieves stole 60 wooden pallets from outside an office on Shire Hill, Saffron Walden overnight on December 15. The pallets were valued at around £300.
Damage was caused to two exterior lights at Clavering Village Hall in Clatterbury Lane, Clavering between December 4 and December 14.
Two Vauxhall vehicles, which were parked in Longhedges, Saffron Walden, were keyed between December 16 and December 18. Firstly, a Vauxhall Meriva was targeted and scratches were made on both sides of the vehicle as well as a long scratch on the passenger side. A Vauxhall Zafira was also hit on December 18 with scratches along the entire length of the vehicle.
Overnight on December 13, vandals smashed the back window of a vehicle parked on Haslers Lane, Great Dunmow.
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Any information regarding any of these crimes can be reported to police on 101 or Crimestoppers on 0800 555111.