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Alert message sent 14/03/2017 13:18:00
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Good Afternoon Here is the crime update for the last week. If after reading this update there is anything you would like to notify us of, please make contact via Neighbourhood Link. Theft Between 6th and 7th March an Ifor Williams trailer was stolen from Station Lane in Asfordby. On the 8th March a coat was taken from a locker at John Ferneley College. Two males have stolen a bottle of vodka from Morrison’s on 10th March. A female has stolen meat from the Co-op in Asfordby on 10th March. On 10th March a male has stolen Fusion Razor blades to the value of £160 from Wilkinson Stores in Melton Mowbray. On the 12th March a handbag was stolen from the Kings Head Hotel in Melton Mowbray. On 12th March a male stole items from Sainsbury’s on Nottingham Road. On 12th March a male stole items from Tesco Express on Nottingham Road. Several items were stolen from Card Zone in Melton Mowbray on 13th March. On 13th March a male stole coffee to the value of £104 from Tesco Express on Nottingham Road.
Vehicle Crime A blue Ford Focus was stolen from Mill Street between 4th and 8th March. Between 10th- 11th March a lorry was been broken into and a car battery and box were stolen from the lorry park in Old Dalby. Criminal Damage A vehicle was parked in a designated parking space on Valiant Way in Melton Mowbray and between the 7th and 8th March the rear window of the vehicle was smashed. Between 10th and 11th March a vehicle parked on Saxby Road had the windscreen damaged. The damage was caused by a brick being thrown at the windscreen. Three youths were caught having damaged the roof on Melton Vale Sixth Form college on 12th March. Stables in Goadby Marwood have been targeted with items being moved and padlocks broken on 13th March. Burglary – non dwelling Between 8th and 9th March the Electro Mist shop was broken into via a skylight, money was taken from the safe and till. That’s it for this week. Goodbye Jacki