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Crime update

Alert message sent 22/11/2018 12:00:00

Information sent on behalf of Leicestershire Police

Good Afternoon

Here is the Crime Update for week ending 22nd 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 12th (12:00) – November 16th (21:00): Garthorpe Road, Saxby – copper tank stolen from rear garden.

November 20th (10:30): Thorpe Road, Melton Mowbray – unknown female steals £300 worth of alcohol from supermarket.  She gets into a vehicle which is being driven by an unknown male.

November 16th (08:00) – November 17th (09:30): Harvey Street, Melton Mowbray – items stolen from boot of vehicle.

Vehicle crime

November 15th (19:00) – November 16th (08:30): Cottesmore Avenue, Melton Mowbray – secure vehicle broken into and property stolen.

November 18th (21:30) – November 19th (08:20): New Street, Melton Mowbray – van left secure was found to have been broken into overnight and tools stolen.

Burglary – dwelling

November 10th (17:00) – November 17th (09:00): Beechwood Avenue, Melton Mowbray – secure garage broken into and tools stolen.

Criminal Damage

November 17th (23:00) – November 18th (08:30): Drummond Walk, Melton Mowbray – wires and housing for internet have been damaged.

November 18th (14:00) – November 19th (06:55): Thorpe Road, Melton Mowbray – car window smashed.

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