The following crime has been reported for Rutland North beat for November: –
Burglary Dwelling – Toll Bar, Greetham and Whissendine
Criminal Damage – Ryhall
Theft from Vehicles – 4 x Market Overton (includes a theft of number plates) and 6 x A1 (fuel)
Assault – Burley
The Theft from motor vehicles have dropped this month for the beat but we are still working with our bordering police forces as we believe these are linked to the itinerants travelling through the Rutland and committing crime. The crimes were reported in the early part of November and we are asking for any witnesses to contact myself to help with our enquiries.
I would like to thank everyone who has helped spread the word not to leave valuables inside their unattended vehicles especially in the isolated and scenic locations to prevent further thefts occurring. We continue to conduct high visibility patrols at the identified locations to ensure that the number of reported crimes drops further.
We are still working with our Rural Communities to tackle issues which include Hare coursing. We have conducted 2 Operation Galileo’s this month with the support of Lincolnshire police and have had a massive reduction in calls regarding this issue so far this year. This has been potentially linked to late sowing of crops and will continue to monitor this issue closely. We ask for your continued support in this matter and ask that anything seen to be reported through to either 999 or 101.
We held a beat surgery yesterday for December in Market Overton and Di Freeman will be holding our next beat surgery at 10am at the village Shop in Whissendine on 9thJanuary 2019 for anyone to come along and discuss and issues or concerns. If you wish to contact firstname.lastname@example.org
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