Crime Update

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Local Crime Update for Rutland – 7 days ending 14.3.20.

NB : Under the Data Protection Act, we are advised we should not usually identify, or provide information that can easily identify an individual. In such cases part information will be omitted e.g. an asterisk may be used in place of one letter of a suspect vehicle.

Oakham Beat.

Criminal Damage – Huntsman Drive, Harrington 6th Form Car Park.  Between 8.30am-10.30am 10.3.20 (Tues|). Driver left vehicle intact, when returned found scratches on all panels apparently by metal object.

Rutland North Beat.

Whitwell – Theft of electric pedal cycle from hire area of Rutland Water Cycling Centre, Bull Brigg Lane.  About 3pm 8.3.20 4 persons entered, 3 distract staff, whilst 4th removes cycle.  Stolen Cube Reaction electric mountain bike, 19”, value £2,300.  Serial number not yet available.  Model shown below.

Any information please to PC 1742 Appleton Oakham Police quoting crime 20*131968.

Teigh – Burglary Residential, Main Street.  Between 5pm 11.3 and 11.32am 12.3. (Wed/Thur) shed at address broken into, lock cut, items taken.  List and description of property not yet known.

Rutland South Beat.

Ketton  – Theft of 15@ metal gate (lifted off hinges) overnight 2/3.3.20 at Holmes Farm.  Value £200.

Uppingham Beat.

Robbery – Dillons Shop, High Street West, approximately 3.20pm 8.3.20 (Sun).  Woman enters shop and threatens assistant with scissors.  Stolen approximately £400 plus stock.  Suspect female approx. 30 years.  Better description awaits.  Any information please to CID Eastern Counties quoting crime ref 20*132046.

 

Leicestershire Police News.

Ten years for fourth man responsible for ATM explosions.  Whole series of offences including one at Coop in Oakham.

https://www.leics.police.uk/news/leicestershire/news/2020/march/ten-years-for-fourth-man-responsible-for-atm-explosions/

 

Russ Horne

Rutland Local Crime Update for 7 days ending 7.3.20.

NB : Under the Data Protection Act, we are advised we should not usually identify or provide information that can easily identify an individual.  In such cases part information will be omitted e.g. an asterisk may be used in place of one letter of a suspect vehicle.

Oakham Beat.

Theft of stunt scooter between 3.20-3.40pm 26.2.20 from outside 59 Parkfield Road, value approx. £120.  Whilst make, colour not known below is an indication of the general design.

Burglary residential – Cold Overton, Road, between midnight 22.2 and 11.19am 1.3.20.   House in course of renovation, rear door forced, graffiti spray painted on walls empty beer bottles left at scene.

Criminal Damage – Gilmour Close, discovered 3.57pm 5.3.20.  Aggrieved returns to find someone has spray painted, P inside a circle.

 

Local Crime Update for 8 days ending 29.2.20.

NB : Under the Data Protection Act, we are advised we should not usually identify or provide information that can easily identify an individual. In such cases part information will be omitted e.g. an asterisk may be used in place of one letter of a suspect vehicle.

Oakham Beat.

Town Centre – Theft of pedal cycle approximately 1.50pm 22.2.20 (Sat) from rear of The Captain Noel Newton Public House, 55 High Street.  Stolen, a Trek Marlin 6 model pedal cycle, black with white writing.  Suspect a white male, wearing joggers, hood up, carrying a Tesco carrier bag.  Whilst not identical The Trek 6 model is shown below.

 

North Beat.

Stretton – Theft of number plates (both) from vehicle in car park of HM Prison Stocken, Stocken Hall Road, between 7.55am and 5.35pm 23.2.20.  (Sun).  Plates numbered NX 58 YX*.

Exton – Burglary residential, between midnight 30.1. and 12 noon 21.2.20, from detached wooden garage, Burley Bushes.  Front doors forced and 4 alloy wheels for a Range Rover 4×4 (£250) and a black mountain bike (£250).

Egleton – Criminal Damage to memorial bench near St Edmunds Church, Church Road, between 5pm 26.2. and 8am 27.2.20.  Bench bolted to ground had been pulled out.  Deep tyre marks found nearby.

South Beat.

Barrowden – Vehicle crime, headlight removed from vehicle (BMW) about 4am 28.2.20 (Frid), vehicle parked in Morcott Road.  Replacement cost approx. £1000.    Noise heard and then a light-coloured pickup seen driving away.  No further details.

Uppingham Beat.

Burglary Residential – Bayley Close, about 6.45am 28.2.20 (Frid).  Entry to house by forcing backdoor to steal keys to high powered car.  Suspect seen with keys in his hand in kitchen/diner.  Exit as entry and drove off in high performance VW Golf GTi Performance TS, silver index GT18 UF*.  Suspect believed accompanied by a Land Rover Discovery which drove off at the same time.  Suspect: male wearing beanie hat with light grey hoody over top, wore black face covering with only eyes showing, dark trousers and trainers.

Nothing further appropriate.

 

Russ Horne.

Rutland Local Crime Update for 6 days ending 21.2.20.

NB : Under the Data Protection Act, we are advised we should not usually identify or provide information that can easily identify an individual. In such cases part information will be omitted e.g. an asterisk may be used in place of one letter of a suspect vehicle.

Oakham Beat.

Oakham – Theft of catalytic converter at communal car park, Lonsdale Park, Barleythorpe Road, between 3pm 10.2 and 1pm 13.2.20.  Usual MO roll under side of car and cut from exhaust with battery saw.

Oakham – Theft from parking meter, Burley Road Car Park between 4.30am-5am 15.2.20 (Sat) theft of £232.90 cash.

Oakham – Attempted theft from parking meter Church Street Car Park, between 4.30am-5am 15.2.20.  Bottom of pay machine drilled, nothing stolen, damage approx. £200.

Oakham – Criminal Damage, The Captain Noel Newton public house, 55, High Street, about 1.30am 16.2.20 (Sun).  Window smashed from outside, suspect cut hand.  Suspect group of males on rugby social who were evicted for throwing things around.  One wearing orange pullover, one wearing fluffy parka jacket.

Any info please contact Oakham Police quoting crime ref 20*090940.

Oakham- Theft of cycle from outside Chapman’s House, Kilburn Road between 3.30-3.45pm 19.2.20 (Wed) a Scott Aspect pedal cycle white and blue with black handlebars and a black baby seat holder clamped to seat pole.  Value approx. £500.

Oakham – Burglary residential, Mount Pleasant, Uppingham Road between 3.30-3.45pm 19.2.20.  Entry through insecure front door and steals handbag.  Contains keys, value and description of contents not yet known.

Rutland North Beat.

Ashwell – Criminal Damage at Rutland Garden Centre, Ashwell Road about 3.45pm 15.2.20.  Whilst parents shopping 2 youths aged 12-15 caused damage to two large rolls of bubble wrap and push over pots.  Awaits CCTV for descriptions.

Cottesmore – Theft of 700 litres of HGV fuel from vehicle parked overnight Greetham Road, between 10.10pm 14thand 9.10am 15.2.20.

Exton – Theft of two Apple iPhone chargers left in room at Barnsdale Hall Hotel, between 11am-2pm 16.2.20.  Cost £120, one still had wrapping on it.

Rutland South Beat.

Ketton – Attempted Courier fraud between 2.30-2.45pm 17.2.20.  Victim telephoned by person with West African accent, purporting to be DC Danson Hammersmith Police Station.  Said two youths arrested (Anthony Jacobs and Max Stuart) saying grandchildren of victim, who had 4 blank credit cards.  Caller then ‘waffled’ about spam online.  Victim suspicious said she wished to verify caller’s identity, started dialling on mobile and caller rang off.  Nothing stolen.

Circulated by National Action Fraud line, receiving many variations of ‘story’.  Do exactly as victim did.  Do not give any personal information.

Uppingham Beat.

Burglary residential – Uppingham Road, between 4pm 11th and 12 midnight 12.2.20.  Secure house in course of construction.  Tools and building materials stolen from ‘site safe secure storage unit’.  This was cut open with mechanical cutter.   Stolen copper pipe and fittings, electrical cable, 4 rolls of lead, and lots of tools marked Evans or John Brooks (JB).  Est value £10,000.

Theft of number plates from vehicle outside premises in Twitchbed Lane between 10.30am-12.30pm 15.2.20.  Number plates DY19 FCD found in field off Back Lane, Barrowden.

 

Russ Horne.