hours of 15th April 2017, unknown male was seen on CCTV to then remove the
CCTV camera. This has happened in Crookham Road, Fleet. Do you recognise
the male at all? If you do, please call 101 and quote crime reference
you PC 3145 Neil NANCARROW.
are sending out a high volume of phishing emails to personal and business
email addresses, pretending to come from various email addresses, which
have been compromised.
The subject line
contains the recipient’s name, and the main body of text is as below:
am disturbing you for a very serious reason. Although we are not familiar,
but I have significant amount of individual info concerning you. The thing
is that, most likely mistakenly, the data of your account has been emailed
instance, your address is:
am a law-abiding citizen, so I decided to personal data may have been
hacked. I attached the file – [surname].dot that I received, that you
could explore what info has become obtainable for scammers. File password
is – 2811
include an attachment – a ‘.dot’ file usually titled with the
attachment is thought to contain the Banking Trojan Ursniff/Gozi, hidden
within an image in the document. The Ursniff Banking Trojan attempts to
obtain sensitive data from victims, such as banking credentials and
passwords. The data is subsequently used by criminals for monetary gain.
up-to-date virus protection is essential; however it will not always
prevent your device(s) from becoming infected.
the following actions:
click on links or open any attachments you receive in unsolicited
emails or SMS messages: Remember that fraudsters can ‘spoof’ an
email address to make it look like one used by someone you trust. If
you are unsure, check the email header to identify the true source of
communication (you can find out how by searching the internet for
relevant advice for your email provider).
not enable macros in downloads; enabling macros will allow
Trojan/malware to be installed onto your device.
install software updates as soon as they become available. Whether you
are updating the operating system or an application, the update will
often include fixes for critical security vulnerabilities.
regular backups of your important files to an external hard drive,
memory stick or online storage provider. It is important that the
device you back up to is not connected to your computer as any malware
infection could spread to that as well.
you think your bank details have been compromised, you should contact
you have been affected by this or any other fraud, report it to Action
Fraud by calling 0300
123 2040, or visit www.actionfraud.police.uk.
TAKEUCHI Excavator, Dark Red and Grey in colour sign written "
J DEVINE " has been stolen from a large building site in Church
information please contact the Police on 101
burglary occurred in Calthorpe Road in Fleet. On the 20th of February
residents of Calthorpe Road attended a neighbours address and found a
patio window smashed. Police attended and entered the home to ensure no
one was present. A messy search of the property had been conducted.
14:00 and 15:30 person/s have forced the rear window of a detached
property in Fleet, entry has been gained and items stolen.