Why contact Crimestoppers?
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.
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.
Crimes and incidents of interest from 1st October to 21st October 2016
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.
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.
Between 14th and 17th October. Offensive graffiti written on roof supports of village hall.
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.
10th October. Report of suspicious males in vehicle YE63 OWB pertaining to be from Hereford Council.
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.
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.
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”.
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.
Between 5th and 6th October. Theft of heavy bare wood 3 seater bench from quiet residential area.
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.
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.
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
Only call 999 in an emergency, when a crime is in progress or life is in danger.