Community Safety Report for 3 days ending 29.4.21.

Crime is the responsibility of the whole community.  Rutland has one of the lowest crime rates in the country.  If you have any information relating to crime or suspicious behaviour, please dial 101 and pass it to your local Beat Officer.

Oakham Beat.

Oakham – Welland Way, between 9pm 25.4 and 8.30am 26.4.21, unknown person(s) pushed coping stones off wall.  Elderly occupier.

If anyone has any information of those responsible, please tel 101 and pass it to PC 1312 Lloyd, local Beat Officer quoting Crime ref 21*228316.

Barleythorpe – Stud Road, approx. 10.35am 28.4.21.  Barking dog drew attention to open front door and man running away towards a white Mercedes van.  Nothing damaged, nothing appears stolen.

North Beat

Little Casterton – theft of two different number plates from vehicle and trailer on Road End Farm, Old Great North Road.  Stolen between 5pm 23.4. and 9am 26.4.21.  Stolen reg plate BD54 YHG and BL56 AUU.

Greetham – Sheep worrying in field off Church Lane, during afternoon 27.4.21 (Tues).  The sheep died, no description of dog involved.  If you saw this incident please dial 101 and pass information to PC Appleton local Beat Officer quoting crime ref 21*234960.

Market Overton – approximately 1.20pm 29.4.21 (Thurs) theft of cast iron bench from garden in Main Street.  Suspect made off in large white van.

South Beat

Lyddington – Vehicle crime, theft of 4 doors from a 57 plate Land Rover Defender during the night 27.4.21, at Welland Vale Garden Centre, Gretton Road.  Estimate value £600.  Entry gained through field by cutting locks off gate.  See Crime Prevention below.

Uppingham Beat.

Please note the new Beat Officer for Uppingham is PC1560 Anna Ingram.

Ayston Road – Attempted burglary residential, between lunch 24.4. and 10.30am 25.4.21.  Attempted entry via kitchen window, house in Ayston Road, off A47 roundabout, path at rear leads towards The Beeches estate.  If you saw anyone loitering in this area between the above times please pass information by tel 101 to PC 1560 Anna Ingram, the Uppingham Beat Officer.

Crime Prevention- Land Rovers

Owners of both old and new Land Rovers should be taking extra precautions to protect them from being targeted by thieves. Building layers of security will act as a deterrent, think about where you park and always lock your vehicle, even if only popping into the shops.  If you have a Land Rover you may wish to check the following specialist site and the Leicestershire Police Crime Prevention site.

How To Protect Your Land Rover Defender Against Theft | 4Mud

Prevent theft from a vehicle | Crime Prevention | Leicestershire Police (leics.police.uk)

 

Rutland County Council Conversation.

Normally we only publicise Community Safety information.  We have been asked by the local police to draw your attention to a consultation initiative run by Rutland County Council (see link below).  It is your choice if you engage in this but I would simply say that Crime and Safety issues can be recorded within your priorities e.g. Speeding, Police visibility, Crime Prevention, etc.

www.rutland.gov.uk/FutureRutland

https://future.rutland.gov.uk/stakeholder-toolkit.

Ruthven Horne

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