Safer Neighbourhood Team August 2017

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Crimes and incidents of interest 1st July to 31st July 2017

Holmer/Shelwick/Lyde
Holmer – Victim’s vehicle has been damaged on paintwork of tailgate and bumper. Damage is believed to be deliberate possibly using a key or similar.
Vehicle was parked in residential area of The Furlongs.

Sutton St Nicholas/Marden/Moreton on Lugg
Moreton-on-Lugg – At approx 19:30 on 12th July, the childrens fibre-glass table in the play area was deliberately set on fire and damaged to the extent it will require replacing.
Marden – On 15th July, members of the community held garage sales at their home addresses and at the village hall. A disused vehicle wheel was stolen from one of the sales by 2 unknown males who attended.

Dormington/Mordiford/Fownhope/Tarrington/Stoke Edith/Hampton Bishop
Tarrington – An incident occurred in Barrs Orchard, Tarrington on 2nd July. SNT have delivered the following message to the residents in this location: You may be aware of recent police incident 0152s 020717 which took place at an isolated address within the area on 2nd July 2017. As the Safer Neighbourhood Team for West Mercia Police we would like to offer reassurance and advice as we understand the incident was likely to cause alarm and concern.

We can confirm that the incident was domestic related and there are no outstanding offenders. The male party did suffer injuries but these are not life threatening. There is no risk to members of the public as a result of this incident however, you will see an increased presence of police in Barrs Orchard as reassurance patrols are carried out. Please feel free to speak to us at this time with any concerns or information. Or if you would like to speak to a member of the team or arrange a visit to discuss any further issues please call 101 and ask for Hereford Rural North SNT. Please report all emergencies on 999.

Tarrington cont. Between 14th and 15th July a mens GT Traffic hybrid bicycle had been left secured by owner in the bus shelter by Tarrington Arms. Bike was discovered as removed upon victim’s return.
Dormington/Mordiford – Between 6th and 12th July, victim has discovered a number of items were missing from an outbuilding near to property. Items included chainsaws, leaf blower, Boardman Cyclocross black Bicycle and hedge strimmers.
Fownhope – A derelict inhabited farm property including a number of outbuildings is being targeted by offender(s) for items left on premises. Premises are in a dangerous state of disrepair.

Credenhill/Breinton/Stretton Sugwas/Swainshill

Breinton – Between 14:30 and 16:05 on 20th July victim’s vehicle was parked in Breinton Springs carpark. During this time persons unknown have entered the victims locked vehicle through an open window due to the window mechanism being broken. A number of items stolen from within.

Burghill/Tillington/Brinsop

Bishopstone/Bridge Sollars/Yazor/Mancel Lacy/Mancel Gamage

Bartestree/Lugwardine/Westhide/Withington/Whitestone/Preston on Wynne
Bartestree – Between 25th and 31st July, offender(s) have entered Bartestree Village Hall carpark by damaging the latch on the gate leading to the football pitch. Vandalism has been caused by repeatedly kicking the perspex panels in the dug out. This is the fourth report of damage in the last 18 months since the dug outs were put in place.

Between 29th and 31st July offender(s) have gained access to a construction site in Bartestree, taking a number of items including pressure washer, quantity of copper, combi boilers and radiators.
Whitestone – Between 23rd and 30th July, offenders cut through perimeter fencing of business and caused damage to a polytunnel. Once inside premises, items taken include wooden furniture and fencing
Between 24th and 25th July, theft of a Takeuchi picker worth £8000 from secured construction sitein Whitestone.

Wellington/Canon Pyon/Kings Pyon/Westhope

If you have any information that may assist police with enquiries, please call 101 or email herefordrn.snt@westmercia.pnn.police.uk

Your team
PS Gareth KING 2939
PC Bart McDonagh 2825
PCSO Elena EKANITE 6437
PCSO Alex NUTHALL 40314

Contact details
101 to talk to your local SNT or report a crime
herefordrn.snt@westmercia.pnn.police.uk
www.westmercia.police.uk
@HerefordCops
Only call 999 in an emergency, when a crime is in progress or life is in danger.

If you would prefer to report a crime anonymously including drug related information you can also call CRIMESTOPPERS 0800 555 111

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Safer Neighbourhood Team May 2017

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May 2017

Police are receiving an increase in dog related reports. Please read the following guidelines on How to be a responsible dog owner …

It’s against the law to let a dog be dangerously out of control anywhere, such as:

  • in a public place;
  • in a private place, e.g. a neighbour’s house or garden;
  • in the owner’s home.

The law applies to all dogs. Some types of dogs are banned.

Out of control
Your dog is considered dangerously out of control if it:

  • injures someone;
  • makes someone worried that it might injure them.

A court could also decide that your dog is dangerously out of control if either of the following apply:

  • it attacks someone’s animal;
  • the owner of an animal thinks they could be injured if they tried to stop your dog attacking their animal.

A farmer is allowed to kill your dog if it’s worrying their livestock.

Penalties
You can get an unlimited fine or be sent to prison for up to six months (or both) if your dog is dangerously out of control. You may not be allowed to own a dog in the future and your dog may be destroyed.
If you let your dog injure someone you can be sent to prison for up to five years or fined (or both). If you deliberately use your dog to injure someone you could be charged with ‘malicious wounding’.
If you allow your dog to kill someone you can be sent to prison for up to 14 years or get an unlimited fine (or both).
If you allow your dog to injure an assistance dog (e.g. a guide dog) you can be sent to prison for up to three years or fined (or both).


Latest updates

Crimes and incidents of interest 30th March 2017 to 30th April 2017

Holmer/Shelwick/Lyde
Shelwick – Theft of Manitou telescopic loading shovel from rural location. The plant machinery was situated down a 300mtr track secured by a heavy duty yard gate. Exit from the site was through the same entrance and the tyre tracks of the MANITOU could be seen going along the lane and to the road. MANITOU weighs roughly 4 tones and is worth between £5000 – £8000.

Lower Lyde – Theft of red vintage Massey Ferguson tractor from victim’s shed between 17th and 20th April. The tractor is 60years old, has no lights or registration number.

Sutton St Nicholas/Marden/Moreton on Lugg
Moreton-on-Lugg -SNT are keen to speak to the owners of a grey and white dog described as being a Staffordshire bull terrier; seen in the area of St Peters Close. Please contact SNT with information.
Sutton St Nicholas – On 29th April at 22:30 police were notified of a group of youths in the play park near Orchard Close for anti-social behaviour.

Dormington/Mordiford/Fownhope/Tarrington/Stoke Edith/Hampton Bishop
Dormington – Reports of domesticated cats being shot at by air rifle. Please report any similar incidents or information.
Mordiford – Luckshall Caravan Park – Between 24th and 25th April; located within the site is a red call box. 2 males have been caught on CCTV causing damage to the cash box.
Tarrington – SNT have been making enquiries in the area of Barrs Orchard. Tensions in the area remain high; mainly regarding parking in the area. Please report any issues at the time or contact SNT with concerns or for advice.

Credenhill/Breinton/Stretton Sugwas/Swainshill
Little Breinton – On 10th April, report received that person’s unknown have been trespassing on private land causing concern to landowner. The incident had occurred the day before. No further information given at this time.
Breinton – Theft of strimmer between 30th and 31st March. Damage caused to victim’s shed lock in order to gain access. Strimmer stolen from within.
Breinton – Report received on evening of 29th April that a male was riding a quad bike in the area of Brienton Common. The concern raised was that the rider was not wearing a safety helmet.
Section 34 of the Road Traffic Act 1988 makes it an offence to drive any vehicle on ‘any common land, moorland or land of any other description, not being land forming part of a road, or any road being a footpath, bridle way or restricted byway’ apart from some exceptions like to save a life!

Burghill/Tillington

 

Bartestree/Lugwardine/Westhide/Withington/Whitestone/Preston on Wynne
Withington – reports from residents of Withies Close regarding a red Nissan Micra seen driving in an anti-social manner in the village hall car park and Withies Close. Police have identified Red Nissan Micra N275 WVJ in the area believed to be vehicle involved. Please report at the time if vehicle is witnessed causing further ASB.
Whitestone – Victims yellow Komatsu 210 excavator was broken into whilst sited at a building site between 20th and 21st April. Once inside the vehicle, offender(s) have stolen two control leavers by cutting the wires.

Canon Pyon/Kings Pyon/Westhope

If you have any information that may assist police with enquiries, please call 101 or email herefordrn.snt@westmercia.pnn.police.uk

Your team
PS Gareth KING 2939
PC Bart McDonagh 2825
PCSO Elena EKANITE 6437
PCSO Alex NUTHALL 40314
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Contact details

101 to talk to your local SNT or report a crime
herefordrn.snt@westmercia.pnn.police.uk
www.westmercia.police.uk
@HerefordCops

Only call 999 in an emergency, when a crime is in progress or life is in danger.

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If you would prefer to report a crime anonymously including drug related information you can also call CRIMESTOPPERS 0800 555 111
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Fraud is carried out in many forms. It is conducted in face-to-face interactions, over the telephone, or online. The people who carry out fraud schemes usually do so through anonymity. This makes fraudulent actions much more successful, and it allows the person to continue to make illegal money in the future. For this reason, it is extremely important for all U.K. residents to report fraud whenever they encounter it. It is better to be safe than sorry, so you should report suspicious activity whenever you can.

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Safer Neighbourhood Team April 2017

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April 2017
Latest updates

Crimes and incidents of interest 28th February 2017 to 30th March 2017

Sutton St Nicholas/Marden/Moreton on Lugg
Sutton St Nicholas – Between 19th and 22nd March person(s) unknown have damaged a plastic air vent to a portaloo at location. The facility has been pulled over with no further damage caused.

Dormington/Mordiford/Fownhope/Tarrington/Stoke Edith/Hampton Bishop
Hampton Bishop – Between 21st and 22nd March offender(s) have approached a secure, unattended tractor. The glass side window has been smashed with unknown object in order to gain entry and remove tools stored within.
Fownhope – Abandoned vehicle P359XGT parked off highway. Hereford Council has been informed and Police have written to registered keeper requesting its removal.

Credenhill/Breinton/Stretton Sugwas/Swainshill
Credenhill – Between 3rd and 4th March, person(s) unknown have removed vehicle wheel trims from victims’ vehicle.
Credenhill – Suspicious vehicle seen in the area of Credenhill WR07FKW VAUXHALL COMBO during evening and school pick-up times.
Breinton – Between 14th and 20th March theft of Lawnfight ride on lawnmower from secure detached outbuilding in rural location.

Burghill/Tillington/Lyde
Tillington – Between 27th Feb and 3rd March theft of Massey Ferguson 135 tractor XYB890H with grass topper attached. Offender(s) have approached the area where vehicle was stored and cut through padlock.

Holmer
Between 12th and 16th March person(s) unknown have approached a secure and unattended vehicle parked on owner’s driveway. An attempt has been made to gain entry by using instrument unknown, possibly a crowbar.

Bartestree/Lugwardine/Westhide/Withington/Whitestone/Preston on Wynne
Withington – Between 15th and 18th March victim has found criminal damage caused to 2 of their vehicles parked on roadside. Damage includes cracked windscreen, wheel nuts loosened and then replaced with covers and a tent peg found stuck in rear tyre.

Canon Pyon/Kings Pyon/Westhope
Canon Pyon – Between 17th and 21st March theft of plant pots from residents green house situated at rear of property.

Your team
PS Gareth KING
PC Bart McDonagh
PCSO Elena EKANITE

**Please note the latest team changes**: PC Bart McDONAGH has now taken the position of Safer Neighbourhood Officer for Hereford Rural North

Contact details
101 to talk to your local SNT or report a crime
herefordrn.snt@westmercia.pnn.police.uk
www.westmercia.police.uk
@HerefordCops
Only call 999 in an emergency, when a crime is in progress or life is in danger.

If you would prefer to report a crime anonymously including drug related information you can also call CRIMESTOPPERS 0800 555 111

ACTION FRAUD 0300 124 2040
Fraud is carried out in many forms. It is conducted in face-to-face interactions, over the telephone, or online. The people who carry out fraud schemes usually do so through anonymity. This makes fraudulent actions much more successful, and it allows the person to continue to make illegal money in the future. For this reason, it is extremely important for all U.K. residents to report fraud whenever they encounter it. It is better to be safe than sorry, so you should report suspicious activity whenever you can.

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Safer Neighbourhood Team November 2016

Safer Neighbourhood Team November 2016

November 2016

Why contact Crimestoppers?
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As an independent charity, we are not part of the police. When you contact us you won’t be identified. The only person who knows you contacted us with information is you.

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We know that it can be difficult to come forward with information. You might have seen or heard something about a crime but don’t know what to do, or are scared to come forward. It’s easy to think there is nothing you can do, but we offer you a safe way to do this.
Our statistics for 2014-15 show that around 14 people are arrested and charged every day thanks to the information we receive from the public – your information can make a difference.

How we can help you give information safely
Our service is unique and designed to protect your identity, whether you call us on 0800 555 111 or submit our Anonymous Online Form.

  • We will listen to you about any crime that you have information about.
  • We don’t record any personal details about you.
  • We pass information to the relevant authority without revealing your identity.
  • All of our call agents are trained to support you through the process.

In the 26 years that we have been running, no one has ever been identified after giving information. It is vital that we guarantee your anonymity because if your identity became known, our reputation would be seriously damaged.

Crimestoppers is not an emergency service and if you see a crime taking place you should ring 999 to report it immediately.

Don’t want to speak to the police? We’ll pass on your info so you don’t have to.

Latest updates

Crimes and incidents of interest from 1st October to 21st October 2016

Bartestree
17th October. Report of suspicious vehicle in the location of Hadley Hall, Bartestree. Vehicle registration number DV63 YLD white van. No further reports received in area.

Canon Pyon
17th October. Blue Ford Mondeo DA53 UBX has been used during the theft of red diesel from agricultural premises. The same vehicle was used on 9th Oct at the same location.

Withington
Between 14th and 17th October. Offensive graffiti written on roof supports of village hall.

Tarrington
Between 12th and 14th October. Theft of KTM motocross bike worth approx £3000 during burglary. Damage caused to property by offender(s) to gain access.

Credenhill
10th October. Report of suspicious males in vehicle YE63 OWB pertaining to be from Hereford Council.

Hampton Bishop
Report received that drivers of large agricultural vehicles are travelling through the village late at night, causing noise and disturbance to residents. Drivers reportedly on mobile phones and speeding.

Swainshill
Between 8th and 10th October. Unknown offender(s) have gained entry to business premises. Once inside, a tidy search has commenced with approximately 90 rolls of lead, hand tools, and power tools stolen from within.

Credenhill
Report of vehicle damage whilst parked on the roadside at the entrance to Dovecott Lane. A 6inch scratch was found by vehicle owner and a yellow post-it note left on windscreen “YOU’RE PARKING SUCKS”.

Brinsop
Between 6th and 7th October. Offender(s) have gained entry to victim’s padlocked shed. Once inside a tidy search has been carried out with various hand and power tools stolen from within.

Withington
Between 5th and 6th October. Theft of heavy bare wood 3 seater bench from quiet residential area.

Hampton Bishop
Between 2nd and 3rd October. Theft of white Ford transit van KV08 GWA vehicle was left secured and unattended in an insecure gated open commercial premise yard situated within a rural area. Vehicle was stolen without keys.

Stretton Sugwas
Between 30th Sept and 1st October. Entry to victim’s rear garden was accessed via hedge or 4ft fence. Here, offender(s) have entered an insecure shed and taken various power tools and a can of fuel.

Where we work

Hereford Rural North SNT is based at Hereford Police Station, Bath Street, Hereford HR1 2HT we work around the areas of : Checkley, Dormington, Mordiford, Hampton Bishop, Fownhope, Stoke Edith, Shucknall, Tarrington, Weston Beggard, Burghill, Holmer, Munstone, Pipe Cum Lyde, Shelwick, Tillington, Breinton, Credenhill, Stretton Sugwas, Bartestree, Lugwardine, Preston Wynne, Westhide, Withington, Marden, Moreton on Lugg, Sutton St Nicholas, Bishopstone, Bridge Sollars, Bush Bank, Byford, Canon Pyon, Dinmore, Kenchester, Kings Pyon, Ledgemoor, Mansel Lacy, Mansel Gamage, Yasor, Yarsop, Wellington, Westhope and Wormsley.

Your team
PC Sarah CULLEN
PCSO Elena EKANITE
PCSO Lewis THOMAS

How to get in touch
Tel: 101 to talk to your local SNT or report a crime
Email: herefordrn.snt@westmercia.pnn.police.uk
Website: www.westmercia.police.uk
Only call 999 in an emergency, when a crime is in progress or life is in danger.

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Safer Neighbourhood Team October 2016

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Crimes and incidents of interest from 19th August to 30th September 2016

Stretton Sugwas
On 31st August the victim parked their vehicle in a lay-by near to the nature reserve. Between the times of 09:00 and 10:30am the vehicle was scratched along the rear passenger door with unknown object.

On 30th September at approx 23:30, occupants were disturbed by torch light and voices which were heard from their back garden. Victim discovered the padlocks of 2 sheds had been forcibly opened and a toolbox stolen from within.

Brinsop
Between the 1st and 23rd Aug a theft has occurred of a large quantity of kitchen equipment. The items were stored in a rural location within outbuildings. Locks and gates have been removed and a door damaged in the process.

Upper Dormington
Between the 22nd and 23rd Aug. Theft of Ifor Williams trailer. During material times, unknown offender(s) have forced a locked gate off the hinges which lead to a large field where the trailer was stored.

Bartestree
Between 21:00 on 21st Aug and 08:20 on 22nd Aug. Victim parked their black Supermoto motorcycle FC03NPZ on the residential car park. Between the material times, persons unknown cut the chain lock which was securing the vehicle. Offenders then took the vehicle by means unknown.

Bartestree
Between 09:00 and 12:10 on 10th Sept, burglary took place whilst occupants were away from property. Unknown person(s) have entered the property via forcing open a window. Once inside, an untidy search has taken place and various antiques and collectables have been removed from cabinets. A large quantity of silverware, china and some electrical items have been stolen. Damage caused to a gatepost to the rear of the property would indicate that the vehicle used has parked at the back of the property and reversed up to the gate.

Withington
Between 12:50 and 13:05 theft of quad bike. The victim noted that two males had reversed their blue/green transit van on the field approx 30 minutes before the theft took place. Honda Quad bike VX64NGN.

Preston Wynne
Between the 12th and 13th September victims vehicle was parked on driveway in rural location. Offender/s have approached the vehicle where they have removed and taken 1 complete front headlight panel from the front of the vehicle. Access has been made within the vehicle by unknown means without causing any visible damage where they have removed and taken the rear parcel shelf from inside the vehicle.

Canon Pyon
21st September, theft of Silver Ford Ranger Pickup stolen between 12:00 and 13:06 from rural farm yard.

Moreton-on-Lugg
17th September. Report received at 20:20 to say an unknown group of 3 males and 2 females aged between 13 -17 were in the area of Cedar Close being verbally abusive, throwing stones and pieces of wood. Police attended and carried out patrols of Cedar Close and nearby areas. No youths found and no further reports received.

29th September. 2 males reported for riding off-road motorbikes without helmets. The vehicles were seized at the scene. As stated in previous newsletters, off-road vehicles are only designed to be used on private land with the landowners permission (officer dealing will likely request name and contact details of landowner if verbally told permission has been granted) Off-road vehicles can not be used on the highway as they hold no tax, insurance or MOT. As demonstrated on this occasion – vehicles will be seized by police and may even be destroyed.

Mordiford
29th September. VW Caddy van RJ62 BJK stolen. Vehicle was left unattended with keys in ignition whilst owner was working inside nearby property. Vehicle was sighted in surrounding villages with driver concealing their face. Ongoing police enquiries.

A note from Bishopstone Parish Council – Reported theft of galvanised gate on the junction with the C1099.Wye Valley Walk between Kenchester and Stretton Sugwas.

WARNING

Police have seen a recent increase of reports across Herefordshire from residents who have been
offered items for sale at the door. Items include chainsaws and generators, often being sold well above the recommended retail price or of poor quality. Anyone who has been approached with these or similar items should avoid purchasing as it could negate your consumer rights if faulty or you’re unhappy with the item.

If possible take vehicle registration numbers and description of the door stop sellers. Contact Police on 1010 and Trading Standards 03454 04 05 06. Have a look at Hereford Council website under Trading Standards for further useful advice and information in relation to COLD CALLERS

Where we work

Hereford Rural North SNT is based at Hereford Police Station, Bath Street, Hereford HR1 2HT we work around the areas of : Checkley, Dormington, Mordiford, Hampton Bishop, Fownhope, Stoke Edith, Shucknall, Tarrington, Weston Beggard, Burghill, Holmer, Munstone, Pipe Cum Lyde, Shelwick, Tillington, Breinton, Credenhill, Stretton Sugwas, Bartestree, Lugwardine, Preston Wynne, Westhide, Withington, Marden, Moreton on Lugg, Sutton St Nicholas, Bishopstone, Bridge Sollars, Bush Bank, Byford, Canon Pyon, Dinmore, Kenchester, Kings Pyon, Ledgemoor, Mansel Lacy, Mansel Gamage, Yasor, Yarsop, Wellington, Westhope and Wormsley.

Your team
PC Sarah CULLEN
PCSO Elena EKANITE
PCSO Lewis THOMAS

How to get in touch
Tel: 101 to talk to your local SNT or report a crime
Email: herefordrn.snt@westmercia.pnn.police.uk
Website: www.westmercia.police.uk
Only call 999 in an emergency, when a crime is in progress or life is in danger.

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Safer Neighbourhood Team September 2016

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September 2016
Latest updates

Crimes and incidents of interest from 1st August to 19th August 2016

Holmer
10th August. Report received for The Furlongs, that a male was seen acting suspiciously by looking through windows of properties on the estate. Residents are reminded to report all incidents at the time via 101.

Munstone
9th August. Report received of criminal damage to a style in a field in Patch Lane. Ongoing vandalism to signage, padlocks and style. Please report any criminal or suspicious activity.

Tillington
Ongoing damage caused to styles along public footpath. The damage has included breaking bottom rails, cutting wire, and loosening of supportive posts. This has then caused sheep and lambs getting out onto the main highway and also into the adjoining farm causing damage to fruit trees. Please report any criminal or suspicious activity.

Mordiford
9th August. Theft of Ifor Williams Double axle caged Trailer. A short wheel based Mitsubishi Shogun 53 plate was seen in the area shortly before theft was noticed.

Brienton
9th August. Report of people camping near the springs being loud and leaving litter. On police arrival, evidence of 2 small fires and litter left in car park by the gate. No bin facility found in area.

Breinton
13th August. Between 15:15 and 16:20 victim has left their vehicle secure in the Springs car park. During this time offender(s) have by unknown means pulled passenger window of vehicle down, without causing damage, and taken victims handbag from under the seat.

Bartestree
Between 27th July and 3rd August damage has been caused to the substitute dugout which has Perspex covering. Perspex has been struck by means unknown, causing a circular crack.

Sutton St Nicholas
2nd August. White transit van being driven by 2 males acting suspiciously, looking over hedges. Partial registration of BG15.

Marden
15th August at approx midnight, resident has reported hearing noises near to property. Upon looking out of window they have seen 2 unknown males walking around works vehicle. When confronted, the males left the scene. Resident has checked vehicle and discovered locks had been broken using tools from inside. No items taken.

Crosskeys
Between 16th and 17th August, victim has reported theft of 9 sheep from farm fields in the area of Thinghill. The sheep are all ewes which are ear tagged and registered to victim.

Hampton Bishop
12th August. Suspicious vehicle seen driving up private driveway Blue BMW AGT681W. Driver drove eractically at speed upon seeing informant’s vehicle.

Fownhope
18th August. Theft of caravan from Luxhall Caravan Site. At approximately 03:20 occupants of a neighbouring caravan were disturbed by a long wheel based transit van on the site. The following morning, the owners found their caravan had been stolen. Lunar Quasar 534.


Speed and drink driving enforcement carried out by PC Cullen and PCSO Ekanite:
11th August – Tillington (between crossroads and Tillington Stores area) 30mph zone
Canon Pyon (near village hall) 30mph.
Drink Driver patrols
12th August – 1 x positive arrest

Where we work

Hereford Rural North SNT is based at Hereford Police Station, Bath Street, Hereford HR1 2HT we work around the areas of : Checkley, Dormington, Mordiford, Hampton Bishop, Fownhope, Stoke Edith, Shucknall, Tarrington, Weston Beggard, Burghill, Holmer, Munstone, Pipe Cum Lyde, Shelwick, Tillington, Breinton, Credenhill, Stretton Sugwas, Bartestree, Lugwardine, Preston Wynne, Westhide, Withington, Marden, Moreton on Lugg, Sutton St Nicholas, Bishopstone, Bridge Sollars, Bush Bank, Byford, Canon Pyon, Dinmore, Kenchester, Kings Pyon, Ledgemoor, Mansel Lacy, Mansel Gamage, Yasor, Yarsop, Wellington, Westhope and Wormsley.

Your team
PC Sarah CULLEN
PCSO Elena EKANITE
PCSO Lewis THOMAS

How to get in touch
Tel: 101 to talk to your local SNT or report a crime
Email: herefordrn.snt@westmercia.pnn.police.uk
Website: www.westmercia.police.uk
Only call 999 in an emergency, when a crime is in progress or life is in danger.

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