Feb 3, 2014

Bottesford NHW Alert: Stolen Dog / Burglary / Theft from a Motor Vehicle / Incidents in Harby

Stolen Dog
A Springer Spaniel was stolen from its kennel in Eastwell Road, Knipton overnight. See the attachment for more details.
On Thursday 30th January 2014 a property in Muston was burgled during daylight hours. The police are appealing for any information that people who live in the area or were passing through might have.  This was not an insecure property, and is a timely reminder to lock and secure doors and windows and to keep items of value out of view in a safe place. Additionally please, please, please don't ignore unusual or suspicious activity. Report it to the police without delay. NHW is repeatedly told by the police that they would prefer to receive a hundred false alarms than miss one opportunity to catch a criminal in the act.

Theft from a Motor Vehicle

On Wednesday 29 Jan between the hours of 14:00  to 15:00 a vehicle that was parked on a building site on Casthorpe road Barrowby had a disc cutter model number TS420 taken from the rear of the vehicle if you have any information on this incident please contact Lincs force control room 101 quoting number 226  on 29/01/14 

Incidents in Harby

Reports of crime in Harby this weekend. At some point person(s) unknown entered the development site off Main Street / Colston Lane and attempted to enter the office and tool storage containers on site. They also damaged the window to a fork lift to try and move that. Also, on Sunday evening a caravan on Main Street was targeted and person(s) unknown forced open the door and looked inside but the alarm sounded and they fled without taking anything.

Leics police request anyone with information to contact them on 101 and speak with PCSO 6016 Liam Palmer or any officer from Bottesford. Also could people please be aware of these incidents and report anything suspicious to 101.

John Shilton
Principal Coordinator
Bottesford Parish Neighbourhood Watch
Mob: 0772 5636626


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