Local Crime Update for 7 days ending 19.10.19.

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 – Criminal damage to 3 vehicles in Glebe Way, between 7-7.30pm 11.10.19 (Fri).  Wing mirrors knocked off.

Oakham – Burglary dwelling x 2, in Stamford Road.  Two of a series of daytime burglaries to houses along A606 and A6003 between Melton and Uppingham on 14.10.19 (Mon).  Entry to rear.  Stolen:  GT grade CX Rival Adventure Road bike, orange see image below; One Merida lite cycle each worth approx. £1000; one pair ladies cycling shoes, Under Armour make rucksack (logo as shown  in different colours).

Similar model to GT Grade but in orange.

Oakham – Theft of purse and £45 cash, in outside Tescos, South Street, between 1.15pm-2pm 17.10.19.  Suspect white female late 30’s, 5’3”-4” blonde hair, wearing navy tracksuit, believed to frequent Oakham area.  Stands close to 88-year-old victim inside store as she gets cashback, helps her with her trolley outside and sits on bench with her.  Steals purse (abandoned nearby) and cash contents.

Any suggestions as to identity of suspect please tel 101 to Eastern Counties Crime Investigation Office, quoting crime ref 19*556176.

Rutland North Beat.

Stretton – theft of fuel from HGV overnight 14/15.10.19 (Mon/Tues), lay by Great North Road, (northbound), driver asleep in cab.  All fuel likely syphoned out of lorry.  Value not known.

Greetham – theft of fuel from tractor, 60-80 galls red diesel, parked Sherwood Skip Services Wood Lane, between 12.5am and 4am 15.10.19. (Tues).  Regular occurrence.

Greetham – Theft from motor lorry, Ram Jam Inn, Greet North Road, driver asleep in cab.  Both ‘curtains’ slashed and doors forced and 15 pallets of talcum powder and wet wipes stolen.

Rutland South Beat.

Edith Weston – theft of outboard motor from boat at Rutland Sailing Club, Gibbert Lane, between midday 5.10 and midday13.10.19.  Make type not known.

Believed a second similar theft occurred but not reported.

Edith Weston – Criminal damage to 14th green at Rutland Water Golf Club, Manton Road, about midnight 16.10.19 (Wed).  Golf buggy taken from outside clubhouse, driven across course for about 1 mile to 14th green and driven around causing damage to green.

Tinwell – theft of Cockapoo dog Riz from car parked driveway, Main Street, between 2-3pm 15.10.19. (Tues).  Owner offers £500 reward. Please link to Rutland Mercury report.

https://www.stamfordmercury.co.uk/news/sleeping-dog-stolen-from-van-9086317/

GOOD NEWS UPDATE: THIS DOG HAS BEEN FOUND SAFE AND WELL IN IRCHESTER NEAR RAUNDS AREA AND RECOVERED TO OWNERS, BUT IF ANY BODY KNOWS ANYTHING ABOUT DOG BEING TAKEN PLEASE INFORM POLICE

Uppingham Beat 

Burglary dwelling x 3 Ayston Road, daytime 14.10.19 (Mon) (probably linked to other house burglaries along A606 A6003).  Entry ground floor rear.

Stolen House 1. cash £30 and €100, black leather travel case, gold and platinum engagement ring with three central diamonds, brown jewellery box containing pair gold earrings with pearl in centre, diamond necklace with matching earrings approx. £1500, two Rotary watches one silver one gold approx. £100 each, Casio solar watch, value £50.

Stolen House 2.  Nintendo Switch game player in red value approx. £300  (see below for image of similar);

One Tag Heuer Grand Carrera watch, silver and gold value £2500; one Tag Heuer Kirrium watch, silver value £2000 (See below for similar image);

Ladies Tag Heuer Kirium watch.  Believed similar.

3 Pandora bracelets est £500 in jewellery box in blue/pink/white fabric and sequins; one pair silver diamond stud earrings in Pandora box, value £500; £451 cash.

Stolen House 3.  Omega Seamaster wristwatch £800; a gold ‘T’ bar necklace and gold bracelet; jewellery box containing a pair of gold cuff links with line pattern; one Passport in name MacCarthy.

Seen in vicinity Van with words ‘Fire Watch’ on side with telephone number.  If seen moving or parked, do not try to intervene report index number and location to Police or you may have information from CCTV, dash cam.  For both tel. 101 quoting Eastern Counties Crime Investigation Office, Crime ref. 19*550334.

Russ Horne.

 

 

 

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