Saffron Walden and Great Dunmow weekly crime round-up
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There was an attempted burglary on a house in Alderbury Road, Stansted North, on October 1 at 2.30am, but the would-be burglars set off an alarm when they touched the door handle.
A unlocking device is believed to have been used to get into a white Hyundai I40 along Counting House Lane in Great Dunmow South between October 3 at 6pm and October 4 at 8am, as no damage was caused to the car. A messy search was conducted but nothing was taken.
Rear patio doors were smashed and car keys were stolen when burglars got into a house in Burnells Way, Stansted North, between September 16 at 11.30am and October 1 at 10pm. The victim’s blue Volkswagen Golf, which was parked in the driveway, was also stolen.
A shed door was forced open in Chelmsford Road, Great Dunmow South, between October 1 and October 2. It is unknown what items were taken.
Items were taken from a black Range Rover on The Poplars, Great Dunmow North, between October 5 at 6pm and October 6 at 8am. There was no damage to the car.
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