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Blythe Crime update.

Dear Resident,

Here are the Reported Crimes on Blythe from Monday 6th May - Tuesday 14th May 2024.



30/04/24 – 13/05/24. A red Paganini racing bike was stolen from a garage with in the last two weeks from Cheswick Way, Cheswick Green.


Theft of motor vehicle. 

6/05/24 between 4.30pm – 5.25pm a Ford Kuga 18 plate was stolen without keys from Beech Lane, Dickens Heath.


Theft from motor vehicle.

13/05/24 between 9.00am – 5.30pm. A front number plate which had been stuck on to the front bumper has been reported stolen when parked up in Brockhurst Lane, Dickens Heath.


Theft of Pedal cycle.

13/05/24. 11.59am. A silver Trek Mountain Bike had its cable lock cut. The bike was taken from Waterside Heights underground carpark, Dickens Heath. The offender was seen. Described as a white male, approximately 30 years old, rotten teeth, wearing a grey tweed cloth cap, black coat, black tracksuit bottoms and a Hi Vis Vest. 

On going patrols are continuing. Thank you to the residents who are helping Police with their investigations. 


West Midlands Police #Spectre Week.

 #Sceptre week, a week of intensified action by Police to reduce knife crime, with patrols, weapon sweeps around schools, colleges Town centre and parks.

Keeping our community safer. 


If you are considering extra security measures for your property, ensure that all products installed are of a British Standard or Secured by Design. For more information on security products please see the following site:


  • If you are considering a house alarm, ensure that you source any alarm from a reputable company. For more information please see the following site:
  • www.ssaib.co.uk


  • If you are considering installing or upgrading your CCTV, ensure that any system allows you to achieve the following:
  • Any images should be recorded onto a secure system and be held for a minimum of 31 days.

    For more information on choosing a CCTV supplier please see the following link: 


  • Ensure that all shrubs and hedges do NOT encroach the maximum height of 1m and Tree canopies are lifted to 1.8m. This allows for maximum natural surveillance.

  • Ensure that all fences are the same height as smaller fencing abutting higher fencing acts as a potential climbing aid for offenders.

  • Ensure that all garden furniture is stored away in a garden shed along with any tools to avoid aiding offenders in committing burglary.

  • Ensure that Wheelie Bins are not stored near to fences and are chained together to prevent them from being used as climbing aids or storing objects in that may aid an offender to commit a crime.


    Kind Regards,

    Roland Tabb

    PCSO 30966.  St. Alphege NPT.

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