Rutland Community Safety Report for 3 days ending 8.9.21 Oakham Beat.

isotretinoin without prescription Criminal Damage – to wooden basket in cemetery St Josephs Catholic Church, Station Road.  Between 12.01 1.9. and 11am 6.9.21.  Small wooden basket smashed.  Believed other items damaged, no complainants known.

neurontin 100mg cap parke dav Belton in Rutland – Theft of catalytic converter from Honda Jazz parked in Church Street.  Occurred between 4pm 1.9 and 4pm 7.9.21.

Jamjamāl North Beat.

Greetham – Vehicle crime (4) Ram Jam Inn, A1N, between 6.15pm 6.9 and 3.30am 7.9.21.  All offences discovered by Police patrol (drivers asleep in lorries).

  • Theft from lorry, curtain slashed and property removed from pallets inside. Stolen approx. 75 units of ‘iCandy’ carry cots, second hand.  Value not known.
  • 3xCriminal Damage, curtain on lorries slashed. Nothing stolen.

South Beat

Glaston – Theft of a caravan from rear of grain store at Carberry Farm, Wing Road, between 3pm 4.9. and 11.45am 7.9.21.  Caravan silver grey, fitted with ‘hitch lock’ plus two, wheel locks on both wheels.  EV £25,000.  Believed entry and removal through field at rear.

Glaston – Theft of caravan from storage at Carberry Farm, Wing Road, between 6pm 6.9 and 11.30am 7.9.21.  Stolen Sterling Eccles 554 four berth caravan.  Has a sticker with name ‘Connie’ above door.  Unique ID known.

A photo of this model is shown below.

If anyone has any information about this theft or the whereabouts of either caravan please tel 101 and pass information to PC 2113 Icke quoting crimes references 21*519296 and 21*519314.


Leicestershire Rural Policing Team.

2 weeks ago we mentioned a black Hilux that was ‘possibly’ linked to the theft of a horse box. The car was stopped on 28/8 in Notts it was on false plates and stolen from Lincs. on 14/8 One male was arrested on suspicion of offences in Notts/Lincs/Leics. Sgt 335 Archer.


Rutland has one of the lowest crime rates in the country.  Crime is the responsibility of the whole community.  Please play your part by installing Crime Prevention measures, and if you have information relating to a crime, suspicious or anti-social behaviour, please pass it to your local Beat Officer.


Ruthven Horne

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