Saffron Walden and Great Dunmow weekly crime round-up
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The front and back number plates were stolen from a silver Nissan Micra parked in a car park at The Heath, Hatfield Heath, between 8.45pm on August 26 and 6.45am on August 27. No damage was caused to the car.
Criminal damage was caused to a black Vauxhall Mokka, parked in Little Walden Road, Saffron Walden, between 6.30am and 3.15pm on August 27. Scratches were made along the passenger side and wing mirrors were bent backwards.
A total of £180 was stolen after a burglary at a house in Strachey Close, Saffron Walden, between midnight on August 15 and 8.28pm on August 18. Once inside, thieves conducted a tidy search of bedrooms, forcing their way into one which was locked.
The windows to a red Vauxhall Corsa were smashed in Harris Yard, Saffron Walden, on August 29 at around 1.35am.
Criminal damage was caused to two toilet cisterns in the toilet block in Buttleys Lane, Great Dunmow. The incident took place between 5pm on September 1 and 8.30am on September 2.
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Alcohol was stolen from the Co-op in White Street, Great Dunmow, at 4.43pm on September 2. Suspects took various alcohol off the shelves and left without making any attempt to pay.
Criminal damage was caused to a portable cabin on a sports field at Rickling Green Road, Newport, between 7pm and 11pm on August 27. Windows were smashed and holes were kicked in the roof.
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