Crime Update

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Local Crime Update – 7 days ending 26.5.19.

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.  PC 1312 Lloyd

Vehicle crime – Theft of number plates between 3.30pm and 10.40pm Ribble Walk. Stolen front and rear plates WX13 ZN*

Criminal Damage (graffiti) to advertising hoardings, Showground Way near Rutland Showground between 12.01am 20.5 and 3.30pm 23.5.19.

Local Crime Update – 7 days ending 19.5.19.

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.

Vehicle Crime -– from Alsthorpe Road, between 1am-1.15am 16.5.19 (Thurs) by 3 males in dark clothing and baseball caps, believed by cloning key fob in house)

  • Theft of motor vehicle a Golf index AF61 KS*,
  • Theft of Clio car (recovered by Police).

Rutland North Beat.

Cottesmore – Theft of KTM 950 SM off road motorcycle, index FN07 AX*, orange and black, distinctive after-market exhausts fitted, very loud. About 11.30pm 12.5.19 (Sun) Two men wheeled away the motorcycle from The Leas and started it at a nearby Filling Station.  Accompanied by a third man in a dark coloured vehicle.

Rutland South Beat.

Ketton – burglary non-dwelling, garage at the quarry at the Castle Cement Works between 4am 11thand 8am 12.5.19.  Tools found in garage used to smash window of adjoining Canteen and force vending machine.

North Luffenham – Vehicle crime,in Kings Road, about 4am 17.5.19 (Fri).  Two vehicles in driveway entered and searched.  No damage, entry believed by cloning fob (in house).  3 suspects drove away at speed in a modern looking 4×4.

Ketton – Burglary dwelling, in High Street, (vicinity of Post Office lay by), about 3am 17.5.19 (Fri) believed key used whilst occupants asleep.  Stolen Hasselblad digital camera, AA0055 44mm.  Door left open and vehicle drove towards South Luffenham.

North Luffenham – Vehicle crime,3.10am-3.40am, 17.5.19 (Fri) Sycamore Road.  Entry by smashing front nearside window, searched, two sets of car keys stolen. Suspects travel to Digby Road and steal two vehicles (i) silver Citroen Berlingo van index PE60 DY* and (ii) Fiat 500, index KY10 BV*

Uppingham Beat.

Nothing appropriate for circulation.

Wanted man arrested

16:19 15/05/2019

Updated News Post

A man who was wanted as part of Operation Lionheart has been arrested today (Wednesday 15 May).

Following an appeal, Lee Ryan Smith, from Leicester was arrested on suspicion of being concerned in the supply of class A drugs.

The 24-year-old is currently in custody.

Officers have thanked the public for sharing the appeals and assisting with enquires to locate him.

 

Seven-year sentence for first Op Lionheart defendants

https://www.leics.police.uk/news/leicestershire/news/2019/may/seven-year-sentence-for-first-op-lionheart-defendants/

Russ Horne.

Volunteer Director

Rutland Neighbourhood Watch Association.

 

Other Latest News

Rogue Traders– Trading Standards deal with a large number of complaints regarding doorstep selling and rouge traders.If you think you have been a victim of a rogue trader or doorstep conman please report this to the Citizen Advice Consumer helpline on 03454 040506This may include bogus officials, high pressure sales techniques, or rogue traders telling you that work needs doing and then charging extortionate prices. If someone knocks at your door and tells you that you need work done on your home, don’t be forced into making a decision at the door or on the spot.
We recommend that you:

  • Get personal recommendations for traders from friends, family orneighbours

  • Ask for references from recent clients

  • Describe exactly what you want prior to getting a quote

  • Get a quotation from more than one trader

  • Take your time. Don’t be hurried into making a decision

If you feel afraid or threatened call the Police on 999 or for non-urgent calls 101.
 
Anyone with information about a crime in Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland can call Leicestershire Police by dialing 101 (calls cost 15p) or call Crimestoppers free and anonymously on 0800 555 111.

Local Crime Update – 7 days ending 12.5.19.

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.

Oakham – Vehicle Crime, outside flats in Derwent Drive.  Between 12 noon and 1.50pm 5.5.19 (Sun), a stone was thrown through front nearside window of car.  Nothing stolen.

Oakham – Theft in Tesco Store, South Street 3.57pm 5.5.19.  (Sun just before 4pm closing).  Used a black Toyota or Daewoo displaying plates FP54 *WB.  Vehicle linked to 5 previous thefts in Northants, Uppingham, Stamford, Corby, Northampton.

Rutland North Beat.

Whissendine – Theft of tools from parked van in Oakham Road, at 2.36am 8.5.19 (Wed).  Two men seen to run away; tools found in stolen Nissan Qashkai parked nearby.  Enquiries continue.  If anyone has CCTV or other evidence, please tel. Police on 101/crime ref19*232785.

Tickencote  – Vehicle crimes, 12.25am 10.5.19 (Fri) Police patrol finds two HGV’s in Empingham Lane, near A1N had been attacked and diesel stolen.  Search made and fuel found in containers nearby with pipe to act as syphon.

Market Overton – Vehicle crime, from car parked on verge Main Street, overnight 10/11.5.19 (Fri/Sat). Theft of front and rear number plates AK11 *KT.  If anyone has any CCTV in the area and have any sights of a vehicle acting suspiciously, please pass info to Police on tel 101, crim ref 19*240195.

Ashwell – Oakham Enterprise Park, Ashwell Road,  between midnight 30.4 and 12 noon 11.5.19, theft of caravan from storage site.  Stolen 2015, White Crusader Super Cyclone, secured with hitch lock and alarm, serial number SGET**********5046.  Value £18,000 plus £5,000 contents.  Any sightings or info please contact Police on tel 101/ref 19*240510.

Rutland South Beat.

Empingham – Burglary dwelling, up and over door of garage attached to dwelling forced overnight 7/8.5.19 (Tue/Wed). Stolen, patio furniture, BBQ, and tools stolen.  Full desciption not yet known.

Uppingham Beat.

Uppingham – Vehicle Crime, Shepherds Way.  Overnight 7/8.5.19 (Tue/Wed) Drivers door cut below the lock, which was worked open. Stolen, Satellite Navigation equipment.

 

Rutland Monthly Newsletter.

Welcome to your Rutland police e-newsletter. Here you will find all of the latest news from a Rutland policing perspective and crime prevention advice to help keep yourself safe.

https://www.neighbourhoodlink.co.uk/images/site_images/45768_Rutland_Police_Monthly_Newsletter.pdf

 

Russ Horne.

The wall is where you can post alerts to your neighbours or generally

The Wall was created for the use of the Rutland App users.  You will have to register with your email – click the settings wheel on the front screen, or you can register using your facebook or twitter account.  The purpose of registration is for your safety and in no way contravenes your email, we will never contact you, nor your facebook or twitter account which will remain entirely private to you.

Once registered you can respond to the posts of others or create your own post.  If you think the police would need to know about it as well as posting it on the Wall for your neighbours, click on reporting crime and make your selection for a police report

Fish sellers, gravel sellers, sellers with something left over from another job, if the seller is unknown to you and unsolicited the chances are they are checking out your property and you can advise your neighbours if they are in your village or town.

Unknown vehicles, particularly vans which are parked up for no apparent reason and you have seen them parked up before may be worth alerting your neighbours too.  In fact, may be worth reporting to the police.

So do please register and use the Wall if you wish to.