Apr 15, 2014

FW: NHW Alert

Please see the message from our local beat team below.


John Shilton

Bottesford Parish NHW


Tel: 07725636626


From: Palmer Liam [mailto:Liam.Palmer@leicestershire.pnn.police.uk]
Sent: 14 April 2014 16:04
To: 'johns@bottesfordparishnhw.org.uk'; 'gillbecken@talktalk.net'; 'plungarnhw@mjgrant.co.uk'
Subject: NHW Alert


Neighbourhood Watch,


Please could you forward on a link to the Leicester Mercury website with an update regarding the sentencing of Tom Cussans and Sam Ablewhite for the arson in Bottesford in September 2013.


This goes to show that Police do everything in their power to prosecute those that cause harm to the communities within the Vale of Belvoir.




We have also suffered two outbuilding breaks in Sproxton over last weekend and would like to ask for people to be mindful of security with sheds, garages and outbuildings. Anything of any value please ensure is locked and secured and marked with names, addresses or postcodes.


Police patrols in the Vale have increased and cross border liaison continues in our fight against Rural Crime.


Kind Regards,




PCSO 6016 Liam Palmer

Leicestershire Police

The Vale Police Office

Belvoir High School


Tel: 01949 845303

Email: liam.palmer@leicestershire.pnn.police.uk

Twitter: @ValePolice



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