More diesel thefts have been reported in the Poyle Trading Estate this week. Diesel was stolen from three vehicles in Blackthorne Road, Poyle, overnight on Monday. Police believe the theft occurred between 6pm on Monday (20th February) and 4am on Tuesday morning.
Two vehicles were broken into last weekend in Brands Hill, in Brands Hill Road and Springfield Road, while fuel was stole from a third in the Coln Industrial Estate.
Two men have been convicted of causing death by dangerous driving following a fatal road traffic collision on the Bath Road a year ago.
An attempted burglary in in Torridge Road, Brands Hill on Tuesday evening (13th December), remarkably saw nothing stolen. Unknown suspects tried to enter the premises by smashing a rear pane of glass.
Number plates were stolen from a car in the Westfield estate and fuel syphoned from a vehicle in the Poyle Trading Estate over the weekend.
An Amazon Kindle, Xbox One and a Samsung television were stolen from a house in Popes Close, Colnbrook, during the early hours on Friday night (9th December). Entry was gained to the property by forcing the bottom panel of the front door.
A Kia Sorento with registration WPO5 AMV has been reported stolen from Crown Meadow, Colnbrook, on Friday night.
Thames Valley issued an appeal on Wednesday for witnesses to an astonishing carjacking in which an elderly man driving to Colnbrook was assaulted. His car was later recovered in Crown Meadow.
Both front and rear number plates were stolen from a car, a BMW 5 series (YF**KNW) in Hillrise, Brands Hill between 8pm on Sunday (4th December) and 7am on Tuesday (6th December).
Police are asking for help investigating a fatal car crash on the M4. At around 10.45pm yesterday (5th December) a grey Mercedes C class car and a green Kawasaki motorcycle collided on the westbound carriageway between junction 4 with the M25 and junction 5 at Langley. The rider of the motorcycle, a 27-year-old woman, from Slough sustained serious injuries. She was taken to the John Radcliffe Hospital in Oxford where she sadly died today (6th December).
More details have emerged overnight of the campaign of harassment, intimidation and cruelty meted out by the Smith brothers, from Colnbrook’s Moreland Avenue, as national newspapers have picked up on the story.