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Reporting Wild Boar Incidents

Report a boar

As a result of the recent meeting on wild boar, Bex Saunders has set up a web page to allow people to report incidents involving wild boar. Here is the message from Bex Saunders:

The website I have set up with my survey on but also with the information for reporting boar is forestofdeanwildboar.com. It is a basic website as for my survey I need to not give too much information as it may taint results. Once I have finished my data collection this website could have additional information on if this would be beneficial, but at the moment it just has the details for reporting Wild Boar in various different ways. I hope it will be helpful. If you could spread the word on this it would be very beneficial to me and hopefully benefit you too. I will put any reports into a spreadsheet. If you need anything else please let me know.

Neighbourhood Watch Message (2 February 2017)

From Chrissie Parkes:

Sometime between the 26th of January and the 27th of January, unknown offenders have broken into a shed in the Ash Way area of Woolaston. Entry was gained by forcing the bolt on the door. Nothing was stolen.

Please be aware and if you have any information about this incident please call 101 or e-mail:- 101@gloucestershire.police.uk

Neighbourhood Watch Message (24 January 2017)

From Chrissie Parkes:

There have been four incidents in the Lydney area between the 19th and 23rd of January. Between the 17th and 19th a property in the Oak Crescent area of Woolaston has been broken into. Entry was gained through the patio doors and an untidy search of the whole property has been done, and jewellery has been stolen.

On the night of the 18th a property in the Greenways area of Lydney was broken into by jemmying the rear door. The bedroom was searched and jewellery stolen.

A van was broken into on Valley road Lydney on the night of the 19th but nothing was taken.

There was an attempted burglary in the early hours of the 23rd in the Ridler Road area of Lydney. The property owner came down stairs at 2am after the dog was barking to find someone breaking into the conservatory, on seeing the occupier they ran away.

Please be aware and if you have any information about these incidents please call 101 or e-mail:- 101@gloucestershire.police.uk

Neighbourhood Watch message (19 January 2017)

From Chrissie Parkes:

There have been two burglaries in the Lydney area. A property in the Lancaster Crescent area of Lydney was broken into on the 18th January. Unknown offenders have forced entry through a side window and a full search of property was done. Cash and gold jewellery was stolen including a gold Fatma hand with a light pink stone in the middle from Tunissia.

Another property in the Pinedale area of Woolaston was broken into on the 19th of January it is unknown if anything has been stolen at this time. (Editor’s note: I’ve talked to the victims: cash and jewellery are missing.)

Please be aware and if you have any information about this incident please call 101 or e-mail:- 101@gloucestershire.police.uk

Neighbourhood Watch message (16 December 2016)

From Chrissie Parkes:

“There have been a number of burglaries in the Forest South between the 13th and 15th of December.

Two properties were broken into in the Birchwood Road area of Woolaston on the 13th December. Unknown offenders have gained entry by forcing the patio window in one and forcing the kitchen window in the other. In both properties an untidy search was made but nothing was believed to have been stolen. On the 14th a property was broken into in the Kimberley Close area of Lydney  and again an untidy search was done. It is believed that cash and jewellery are the targets in these burglaries. In the Victoria Road area of Coleford a property was broken into by forcing the back door and particular attention to searching the bedroom has been done. It is unknown at present if anything was taken. On the 15th an attempt to gain entry to a property in the Bayberry Place area of Coalway took place.

Please be aware and if you have any information about these  incident please call 101 or e-mail 101@gloucestershire.police.uk  Please be aware of all suspicious vehicles and people behaving in a suspicious manner.”

 

Neighbourhood Watch message (23 November 2016)

From Chrissie Parkes:

“There has been a burglary in the Birchwood Road area of Woolaston on the 23rd November.  Between the hours of 06.00pm and 8.15pm unknown offenders have smashed the rear patio door to gain entry. An untidy search of the whole property was done and Military medals including a military cross from the 1st world war was stolen. Also money, jewellery, a snuff box and gold St Christopher were taken along with a TV.

A burglary has also taken place in the Victoria Road area of Lydney on the 24th. Entry was gained by putting a brick through the glass in the back door. It is unknown if anything has been stolen at present.  

Please be aware and if you have any information about these incident please call 101 or e-mail 101@gloucestershire.police.uk”