Safer Neighbourhood Team September 2016

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September 2016
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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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