Police Appeal: East Acton Lane Mini Stolen

Burglary during Thursday afternoon July 17th


Police appeal to anyone who may have any information which could help with their investigation to contact Ealing Borough Police on 020-8810-1212 quoting Crime Reference 2520558/08 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800-555-111.

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Ealing Borough Police would like to appeal for help from the general public in finding those responsible for a residential burglary in East Acton Lane. Approximately £17,000 worth of goods including a Green Mini Cooper vehicle were stolen on Thursday afternoon.

Between 1:00pm and 5:15pm on Thursday, the suspect or suspects gained entry to a house and stole a number of valuable items including the occupant’s mountain bike and vehicle.

Entry was gained by forcing the rear door of the premises.

Inside, a quantity of electrical items were stolen, including a 37” Black Samsung Flat screen TV, a Wii games console, digital camera, a silver laptop a Mac Computer, jewellery, including an engagement ring and a set of car keys. The thieves also stole a quantity of clothing including designer dresses with their tags still intact and several pairs of Diesel jeans.

Police believe those responsible moved the above items from the house into the garden.

Whilst in the garden they broke into the garden shed and stole a Black Chucker Mountain Bike worth approximately £1,500.

They moved the Green Mini Cooper [ HY51 UFN], worth approximately £10,000, to a private road at the side of the house.

They then took a chair from the house to help them to scale the 6ft fence surrounding the back garden. Police believe they then loaded the items into the vehicle.

It is not clear whether the mountain bike was loaded into the vehicle - it is highly likely that an accomplice rode it away.No suspect or suspects were seen.

So far there have been no arrests and Police are continuing to make enquiries.

July 25, 2008