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Crime Updates

Alert message sent 12/10/2018 09:32:00

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Good Morning

Here is the Crime Update for week ending 11th October 2018.  If after reading this update there is anything you would like to notify Leicestershire Police about please make contact via Neighbourhood Link.

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September 4th (13:00) – September 5th (08:00): Thorpe Road, Melton Mowbray – cash box stolen from children’s ride outside supermarket.

October 7th (17:30): Queen Street, Bottesford – males steals wine and meat to the value of £100 from a store in Bottesford.

October 8th (17:48): Queen Street, Bottesford – 2 unknown males enter store and steal items.

Vehicle crime

October 4th (21:12) – October 5th (07:03): Pasture Lane, Hose – number plates M77 KST stolen from a vehicle.

October 4th (13:24): Belvoir Road, Bottesford: secure vehicle broken into and bag stolen.

October 5th (15:00 – 15:25): Belvoir, Grantham – secure vehicle broken into and firearms stolen.

October 5th (22:30): Jubilee Avenue, Melton Mowbray – van left secure on street outside property owner hears a noise and on-going out to look at vehicle he notices that an attempt has been made to break into it.

October 9th (05:00): Greenhill Close, Melton Mowbray – secure vehicle was broken into and wallet removed.

October 9th (10:00 – 11:30): Cattle Market, Scalford Road – 3 working dogs stolen from rear of secure vehicle.

October 9th (19:00) – October 10th (07:00): Chapel Lane, Wymondham – van left secure on driveway was broken into and items stolen,

Burglary dwelling

October 4th (00:15 – 06:00): Greaves Avenue, Melton Mowbray – property broken into.  Entry and exit gained via ground floor door.  Various items stolen including, keys, iPhone and frozen food.

Burglary non dwelling

September 30th (15:00) – October 4th (18:00): Wymondham Drift, Wymondham – entry gained to an isolated barn and various car parts and registration plate stolen.

October 7th (19:33): Main Street, Asfordby – known female breaks into bottle store of public house and steals wine and Coca Cola.

October 9th (19:00) – October 10th (08:30): Main Street, Edmonthorpe – former stable block broken into and various items stolen.

Criminal Damage

September 28th (18:00) – September 30th (09:54): British School Gardens, Melton Mowbray – vehicle parked securely was keyed on all panels.

October 4th (15:41 – 16:11): Sysonby Street, Melton Mowbray – flat intercom system destroyed.

October 6th (02:41 – 02:42): Bramley Close, Melton Mowbray – vehicle left on driveway, all secure was set on fire by unknown means.

October 6th (02:19 – 02:20): Dieppe Way, Melton Mowbray – vehicle left secure was set on fire by unknown means.

October 5th (20:30 – 23:45): Thorpe Road, Melton Mowbray – wing mirrors deliberately snapped off a vehicle.

October 6th (02:28 – 02:29): St Mary’s Way, Melton Mowbray – secured vehicle parked behind Argos was broken into.

September 30th (14:00) – October 7th (13:00): Drummond Walk, Melton Mowbray – vehicle left secured and covered in council car park was found to have deep scratches on all panels and all tyres slashed.

October 7th (17:41): Drummond Walk, Melton Mowbray – front door lock glued so it could not be used.

October 9th (05:35): Redwood Avenue, Melton Mowbray – known male witnessed breaking into vehicle parked on the drive.

October 5th (15:30 – 20:00): Egerton Park, Wilton Road – netting and picnic bench set on fire.

October 2nd (17:44) – October 9th (17:44): Walnut Road, Bottesford – car bonnet keyed.

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