If you have any information regarding any incident please contact Kent police on 101.
Monday 6th July a resident of Church Whitfield placed her purse on her bag in their kitchen. The following day the resident went to retrieve an item from the purse and discovered it missing. Nothing else was missing and there was no sign of forced entry.
A resident went on holiday in June and on arrival home saw their shed door open and 2 electric strimmers had been stolen.
Sunday 21st June 2015 a resident of Guilford Avenue was awoken at around 2am to a noise in the alleyway near their house. The resident discovered the lower bolt to the shed had been pulled off and two girls bikes and a tri-scooter were taken.
21st June 2015 A resident of Napchester Road reported to Kent Police that when the come down stairs in the morning they noticed some items have gone from the lounge. The French doors were shut but not locked and the curtains were still drawn across them. Dirt was left on the carpet in lounge, having been walked indoors.
June 2015 A resident of Cranleigh Drive called Kent Police reporting the rear door of her property had been damaged and it seemed there had been an attempted entry.
There were no other signs of entry to the property and nothing was reported missing.
Kent Police have received several calls to TESCO, Whitfield regarding nuisance vehicles using the car park as a ‘race track’. The vehicles have been seen driving without due care and attention or without reasonable consideration for others. Security officers have identified three of the offending vehicles and they have been issued with section 59 warnings.