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