Crime Update

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Local Crime Update 7 days to 28.4.19.

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

No crimes suitable for circulation.

North Rutland Beat.

Langham, burglary dwelling between 6pm 21stand 6pm 22.4.19, Ranksborough Hall Park, entry via boarded up window, stolen hedge cutting poles, DeWalt 110 circular saw, portable TV, flat screen TV, angle grinder multi tool.  Any information re suspect(s) please Tel 101 ref 19*204752, copy to PC 1742 Appleton.

Greetham, theft of diesel fuel between 7pm 25thand 3.30am 26.4.19, (Thur/Fri), lorry parked lay by northbound side Great North Road (opp Suzies Diner).  Amount stolen not known believed syphoned out.

There were two other vehicles parked next to victim’s vehicle each had diesel stolen.  Not reported.

South Rutland Beat.

North Luffenham, vehicle crime, Geoff Sewell Close, overnight 20/21.4.19, (Sat/Sun) Nothing stolen  See below.   Reported because 4 other vehicle crimes in North Luffenham that night.  (These were 3 of these were circulated last week.)

North Luffenham, theft from motor vehicle, Butt Lane, between 3.30am-12.15pm 21.4.19 (Sun). Contents ransacked iPod and loose cash stolen.  See above.

Tickencote -theft of diesel from motor lorry, parked overnight vicinity Great North Road, 23/24.4.19.  Quantity not known, believed syphoned out.

Ketton – burglary dwelling, (garage in block near residential home) Wheatlands Close, between 2pm 14.4 and 1pm 27.4.19.  Tool marks where garage door attacked, no property stolen.

Uppingham Beat.

Uppingham, Burglary dwelling, Station Road, between 2pm 14.4 and 1pm 22.4.19.  Screws removed from shed door nothing stolen.


Russ Horne.

Alert-Fake Tv Licensing Emails

Alert – Fake Tv Licensing Emails

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Action Fraud has received more than 5,000 reports about fake emails and texts purporting to be from TV Licensing. The messages contain links to genuine-looking websites that are designed to steal personal and financial information.

Always question unsolicited requests for your personal or financial information in case it’s a scam. Never automatically click on a link in an unexpected email or text.

For more information about how to stay safe online, visit

Fake telephone calls to the public purporting warrant for tax evasion

We have received a number of calls from members of the public reporting a phishing scam currently in operation.

Calls are being made and when answered, an automated message plays telling the caller that they are wanted on a warrant for tax evasion.

A further number is given, which the caller is instructed to dial.

When that number is dialed, the caller is then asked to disclose personal details which could be used to commit fraud.

We would urge people to particularly make elderly or vulnerable family, friends or neighbours aware of this scam to ensure that they do not fall victim.

If you receive a call of this nature, please contact Action Fraud on 0300 123 2040. Reports can also be made by visiting


Alert – Rise In Fake Amazon Emails

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These fake emails are after your Amazon login details!

We’ve had an increased number of reports about these fake emails purporting to be from Amazon. The subject line and content of the emails vary, but they all contain links leading to phishing websites designed to steal your Amazon login details.

Always question unsolicited requests for your personal or financial information in case it’s a scam. Never automatically click on a link in an unexpected email or text.​​​​​​​

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Action Fraud (Action Fraud, Administrator, National)