Local Crime Update Rutland – 7 days ending 1.9.19.

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.

Priority Crime for All Rural Areas.  Can you help?

Attention is drawn to the cross-border problems of sheep stealing and slaughter across the forces of Northants, Warwicks, and Leicestershire/Rutland).  Despite arrests there has been a further case in Northants on 30.8.19.

Northants Police are leading investigations with ‘Operation Stock’, but as they become more active, they are likely to displace more incidents to other areas (Rutland?).

The latest offence appears to have been committed at night so if you see anything or anyone that you think is suspicious please report to Police by 999 (crimes in progress) or 101.

Please read what you can do to help Police arrest these people.




Oakham Beat.

Nothing appropriate.

North Beat.

Market OvertonVehicle crime, theft of tools from van, outside St Peter and Paul’s Church, Church Lane between 10.30am-12.30pm (apologies, date not currently available).  Van left unlocked, work bag stolen containing: a scaffolding harness, keys, a wallet and driving licence, bank cards, and a yellow De Walt battery radio.

South Beat.

Nothing appropriate.

Uppingham Beat.

Uppingham – vehicle crime in Belgrave Road, theft of Satellite Navigation (make and description not yet known) between 6.30pm 27.8 and 7am 28.8. (Tues/Wed).  Vehicle locked; method of entry not known.

Burglary non-dwelling– Uppingham School premises, London Road between 5pm 27.8 and 8am 28.8.10 (Tues/Wed) entry forced to storage sheds.  Believed sports kit removed (details not yet known), and other kit thrown around.  Damage to door est. £100.

Criminal Damage to motor vehicle– Stockerston Road, between 8pm 19.7and 8am 21.8.19.  Deep scratch to drivers door panel (3rdoccasion this has happened).



Leicestershire News.

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Russ Horne.

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