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Alert message sent 08/11/2018 11:36:00

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Good Morning

Here is the Crime Update for week ending 8th November 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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November 2nd (19:07): Leicester Road, Melton Mowbray – known male enters store and steals £99 worth of alcohol.

November 3rd (13:37): Sherrard Street, Melton Mowbray – unknown male steals chocolate bars and cans of fizz from a newsagent.

November 2nd (12:35): Nottingham Street, Melton Mowbray - known males steals £40 worth of items from retail premises, the same male returns on 4th November and steals a further £28 worth of stock.

November 5th (10:01): Thorpe Road, Melton Mowbray – unknown female steals trolley full of items from supermarket loading them into a vehicle that is waiting outside the store.

November 5th (21:20): Leicester Road, Melton Mowbray – unknown male steals 3 x bottles of champagne from petrol station shop.

November 6th (13:43): Somerby Road, Cold Overton – unknown woman attempts to steal toys from garden centre.

October 31st (13:06) – November 2nd (16:06): Scalford Road, Melton Mowbray – secure cycle stolen from Catherine Dalley House.

Vehicle crime

October 31st (22:30) – November 1st (07:00): Park Avenue, Melton Mowbray – car window smashed overnight.

November 1st (21:00) – November 2nd (07:00): Salisbury Avenue, Melton Mowbray – vehicle broken into and wallet stolen.

November 1st (18:00) – November 2nd (05:58): Drummond Walk, Melton Mowbray – van parked outside of property was broken into and fishing equipment was stolen.

November 2nd (00:06): Manor Gardens, Wymondham – 2 Range Rovers stolen from outside property.

November 4th (18:00) – November 5th (12:00): Church Lane, Redmile – Aerial snapped off vehicle of car.

November 2nd (00:01) – November 6th (08:30): Main Street, Buckminster – front and rear number plates stolen from a vehicle: FL59 EXO

November 5th (19:30) – November 6th (16:00): Woodland Avenue, Melton Mowbray – persons unknown have removed front and rear number plates from a vehicle: ST54 MSO

Burglary non-dwelling

November 1st (01:30): Burton Street, Melton Mowbray – restaurant broken into and spirits and wine stolen.

November 3rd (17:00) – November 5th (11:30): Scalford Road, Melton Mowbray – secure shed broken into and property stolen, including strimmer, grinder and drills.

November 7th (02:00 – 02:37): Thorpe Road, Melton Mowbray – museum broken into and monies stolen from till and charity box.

November 6th (17:10) – November 7th (08:15): Sherrard Street, Melton Mowbray – unknown persons break into cake shop and steal cash from till and charity boxes.

Criminal Damage

October 31st (21:00) – November 1st (08:30): Sherwood Drive, Melton Mowbray – vehicle left secure in road was found to have a smashed nearside window.

October 31st (19:00) – November 1st (07:00): Snow Hill, Melton Mowbray – vehicle left secure in road was found to have smashed rear window.

October 28th (15:00) – November 3rd (09:00): Scalford Road, Melton Mowbray – unknown persons attempt to break into a shed.

November 2nd (23:00) – November 3rd (12:45): Scalford Road, Melton Mowbray – secure shed broken into and items stolen.

November 3rd (13:15) – November 4th (13:15): Bowbridge Gardens, Bottesford – car was parked securely on driveway of property was found to have all tyres slashed.

November 3rd (23:30) – November 4th (15:30): St. Mary’s Way, Melton Mowbray – vehicle left in car park was found to be damaged.

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