From Superintendent Wood to All Stations – Stolen from 3 Park Road Watford between 2.10 and 3.10 p.m. today the property of Joseph Stapley a lady’s small gold watch a neckless of pearls and some loose cash from a child’s money box, supposed by a man of the following description, 36 to 40, 5 ft ...
12 Jan 1903
From Superintendent Wood to All Stations – A case of burglary occurred last night at Montrose, Langley Road, Watford the residence of George Salford Esq. entrance effected by the way of scullery window which was left open, a cooked chicken is the only thing missing at present. Written alongside entry is Thief arrested.
23 Apr 1903
From Superintendent Wood to All Stations – stolen by means of housebreaking Lawley Villa, St. Johns Road, Watford about 8 p.m. on the 24th Inst, one silver Hunter Lever watch smooth case F.C.R. in monogram on back No. 5017 value 15/-, one silver Hunter Lever watch ordinary chasing Birmingham make No. unknown value 35/-, one ...
25 Sep 1902
The Watford Superintendent [William Wood Ed.] circulated details of a burglary to All Stations. Stolen by means of a burglary during night of 1st Inst. from 41 Harwood Road Watford the property of Harry William Turner. 1 sovereign, 9/- in coppers all 1902, 5/- in silver, also 20 penny packets of Woodbine cigarettes, entrance effected ...
04 Sep 1902
Deescription of young boy who went missing from the Catholic Home in Watford on Sunday 8th inst. at 5pm, who was later found.
10th September 1901