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 – 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.
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.
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.
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
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