Rutland Community Safety Report for 7 days ending 30.10.21.

buy stromectol Oakham Beat.

Assault occasioning actual bodily harm Cold Overton Road, near j/w West Road about 10pm 24.10.21. I male arrested, enquiries continue. North Beat.

buy Aurogra next day delivery Stretton – Criminal damage, Clipsham Road, overnight 24/25.10.21 (Sun/Mon). Stones taken from the top of a dry stone wall and thrown into a field, onto the pavement and onto the road.
buy generic Lyrica online Tickencote – Criminal damage to lorry parked overnight at the Bloody Oakes Service Station, Casterton Road between 6am-6.15am 28.10.21 (Thurs). Driver found cut made to top of lorry giving access to load. Not yet known what is stolen
Tickencote – between 11am and 5am 28.10.21 (Thurs), Theft from lorry parked overnight at lay by at the Bloody Oakes Service Services, Casterton Road. Lorry curtains slashed, majority of boxes on pallets inside tampered with. Some contents, including Barbour Wellingtons, stolen, one box found
in field next to lay by. Fuel also syphoned from lorry.

South Beat.

Glaston – Attempted theft from lorry parked in layby Morcott Road. About 2.20-2.25am 27.10.21, cut made to side of HGV trailer waking driver asleep inside. Driver immediately started engine causing suspects to jump off the lorry enter a nearby car and drive off without lights.
Bisbrooke – Theft of parcel left outside front door in Baulk Road. Between 9am-5pm 27.10.21
(Wed). Clothing ordered online to value £600 stolen. If anyone has CCTV or saw anythingsuspicious, please tel 101 and inform PC 2113 Icke, quoting crime ref 21*625830.

Uppingham Beat.

Criminal Damage Glaston Road, between11am 22.10.21 and 1.30pm 24.10.21. Unauthorised work carried out by cutting down Willow Tree. Men used vehicle with words ‘Tree Surgeon’ on Door.
Criminal Damage – Uppingham School, North Street West, overnight 25/26.10.21,9 bollards knocked out of the ground and damaged total cost estimated £150 each. If anyone has any information please tel 101 and pass this to Rutland Neighbouring Policing Unit quoting crime ref 21*622350.


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