Caution doorstep caller.

Information received from a resident of Greetham that this man is visiting houses in the area trying to sell property. 
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Caution doorstep caller.

Community Safety Report for 3 days ending 25.7.21.

Oakham none appropriate. North Beat Whitwell - Theft between 7.45pm 1.7 and 7.45pm 24.7.21. from Rutland Water Day Sailing Centre, Bull Brigg
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RCC your weekly update Fri 23 July

Rutland recorded 150 confirmed cases of COVID-19 during the latest week (13 to 19 July) – an increase of 79 cases compared with the
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Rutland Community Safety Report for 6 days ending 22.7.21.

Oakham Beat. None appropriate. North Beat. Whitwell – Theft at Rutland Watersports Day Sailing Centre, between 4pm 9.7 and 5.30pm 16.7.21, stolen from
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