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Anyone with any information should call police on

0845 8 505 505 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 08000 555111.

Between 6.30pm to 11.20pm on Thursday 4 March there was a burglary in Milton Road, Chesham. The rear door was forced and watches, cuff links and a lighter taken.

If you have any information or you see anything suspicious, please call the police on 0845 8 505 505.

On Friday March 5 during the early evening a grey unmarked Police Vauxhall Corsa was parked on Pond Park Road when 2 males were seen to approach the vehicle and smash the driver side window.

If any one has any information

concerning the incident or saw it occurring or the 2 males running away up Pond Park Road can they please contact PC 5009 Day by phoning 0845 8 505 505.

Overnight of March 4-5 there was a burglary in Asheridge Road, (near the junction with Bevan Hill) Chesham.

A handbag and car keys and a blue Subara Impreza (GJ03 EKZ) were stolen. There were quite a few thefts

from vehicles over that weekend in the Chesham area. Several of the vehicles had been left secure.

Overnight of March 5-6:

Milton Road, childs car seat and booster seat from a silver Peugot 306.

Overnight of March 6-7:

Cheyne Walk (3 incidents) various items stolen including sat nav and charger, laptop and phone.

Between March 6-7:

Appletree Walk – nearside wheel from a Ford Focus.

Do check that your vehicle is

secure at all times and where possible to remove all items. If you are offered lap tops, sat navs or other electrical items at a special price please notify the police as the chances are they may be stolen goods.

Overnight of March 8-9, offenders have forced their way through a garden hedge of a property in Asheridge Road and

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broken into the garden shed.

A hedge cutter, strimmer, 2 chain saws and electric drill were stolen.

Between 12.40pm on Saturday 20 March and 3.30am on Monday 22 March, George Brown Implements, Vale Road, Chesham was broken into.

A large quantity of garden power tools (hedge trimmers and power blowers) were stolen. Six offenders are believed to have been involved and gained entry by removing panels on the roof of the building.

At approx 6.30pm on March 22, two males were seen acting suspiciously at Kaden Plastics on Bellingdon Road.

A door at the rear of the property had been forced and it is believed offenders may have been trying to access the warehouse. They were described as 6ft tall, well built and wearing hats, gloves scarves and boots.

Year six pupils from across Buckinghamshire will take part in a new sticker-collecting scheme that has been launched to encourage them to become more considerate and involved in their community.

Bucks CoPCards, an initiative involving Thames Valley Police, Buckinghamshire County Council, the four district councils and other partner agencies, began on March 22, following a successful pilot in Chiltern District last year. Insp Dave Cherrington from Thames Valley Police is overseeing the scheme. He said: “CoPCards is an abbreviation for Community and Police Cards and aims to encourage children to be safe, get involved in community activities, care for their local area and engage with their neighbourhood policing team. “They will earn rewards in the form of stickers to be placed in a collector's card. The stickers relate to a number of topics including healthy eating, sports activities, recycling, personal safety, substance misuse, first aid and attendance. “There will also be a number of

stickers to collect for meeting with officers on their local

neighbourhood policing team. “Thames Valley Police's neighbourhood policing teams have already distributed the CoPCard packs to middle schools across the county.

“The scheme will run until 30 June and the class who collect the most stickers will win one of a number of prizes. First prize is a class trip to Legoland in Windsor in July, but there are also a number of runners-up prizes such as mobile climbing wall sessions and exclusive cinema screenings as well as extra prizes for the best individual team player and best innovator.”

As part of the national Tackling Knives Action Plan, the children will also be taught what to do if they discover that someone they know carries a knife. They will also receive information on internet and mobile phone safety, including text and cyber bullying. Visit:

Josh Freddie Overall, aged 18, of Church Street, Chesham had his Community Rehabilitation Order revoked on 2 March 2010 and was sentenced to 12 months detention and training.

The order was put in place in 2009 and was revoked after Overall continued to commit crimes in the Chiltern area.

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