Beverley Rural Update for June 2011

July 6, 2011

1. Priority Issue: – Farm Watch – Remote Crime – Poaching Farm watch again has proved an invaluable tool in the fight against Rural Crime. Members are still encouraged to report any suspicious activity or vehicles to the Police or Farm Watch. Beverley Rural Community Policing Team is preparing a pack to give people advice on Rural Crime. The pack will cover issues such as Rural Crime, Wildlife Crime, Diesel…

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Humberside Police: Bogus Caller Alert Beverley

July 1, 2011

Humberside Police has had a report of a member of the public receiving bogus calls from people pretending to be associated with the Police, trying to sell them advertising space in publications. Humberside Police is advising businesses that they never try to sell advertising space in any publications. Phil Kirk, Head of Humberside Police Marketing and Media Team, said: “There are currently no commercial situations whereby Humberside Police would ask…

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TWOC: Long Lane Beverley

June 30, 2011

Humberside Police are appealing for information following a theft which occurred in Beverley. At around 2315hrs on Sunday 26 June 2011 two men were seen to approach a moped parked on Long Lane, Beverley. The men kick started the moped and rode it away.  One of the men fell off the motorcycle and a passer-by stopped to ask if he was ok.  The offender then allegedly attempted to steal some…

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Attempted Burglary in Woodhall Way

June 28, 2011

Humberside Police in Beverley are appealing for information following an attempted burglary that occurred in Woodhall Way, Beverley. Between 1015hrs and 1215hrs on Saturday 25 June 2011 someone approached the rear doors of a property on Woodhall Way and used force to damage the door handle of the French patio doors. The offender was unable to gain access to the property and then left the scene. Officers investigating the incident…

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Appeal For Information: Stolen Bike

June 21, 2011

Humberside Police in Beverley are appealing for information following the theft of a pedal cycle which occurred on Sunday 12 June 2011. The cycle, which was left unlocked inside the main front entrance doors of Tesco, Morton Lane, Beverley, was taken between 1420hrs and 1500hrs whilst its owner was shopping inside the store. The pedal cycle is described as a purple coloured GT BMX with one white coloured handle grip…

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Beverley St Mary’s Update for May 2011

June 16, 2011

Issue: – Shop Lifting – Beverley Town Centre I am glad to say that the challenges set of the team in relation to shop theft problems within Beverley has been taken on with gusto and enquiries are currently ongoing into a number of offences.   For residents of Beverley they may well have seen pictures being publicised in the local newspapers and on the internet site HU17.net of persons that Beverley…

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Beverley Minster & Woodmansey Update for May 2011

June 16, 2011

Issue: Anti Social Behaviour – Swinemoor Estate There have been a few incidents across the estate, the busiest street, being Wilberforce Crescent with 3 calls for service over the behaviour of young children.  There have also been some noise complaints down Schofield Avenue and a couple of incidents on Wellington Road and Sample Avenue. We continue to patrol these areas and have done so on push bikes as well as…

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Burglary, Loefield Road, Beverley

June 14, 2011

Humberside Police from the East Riding are appealing for information in connection with a burglary that happened at an address on Loefield Road, Beverley between 2100hrs on Monday 13 June and 0630hrs on Tuesday 14 June. Thieves have entered the property via an insecure door and stolen a set of vehicle keys. They have the stolen a Champagne coloured Ford Mondeo from the driveway of the address. Police are appealing…

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Beverley Rural Update for May 2011

June 13, 2011

1. Priority Issue: – Farm Watch – Remote Crime – Poaching Farm Watch continues to be an integral part of our fight against Rural Crime. Please report any suspicious vehicles or activity to Farm Watch and the Police. Should you require any further information about Farm Watch; Please contact your Community Policing Team; Tel 01964 530320 A small pocket size Aide memoir card has been produced, “KEEP YOUR FARM SAFE”….

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CCTV Appeal: Shop Theft Beverley

June 9, 2011

Humberside Police in Beverley are seeking assistance from the public in identifying a man they would like to speak to in connection with an alleged shop theft that happened at the Tesco supermarket in Morton Lane in the town. Video games to the value of £120 were taken by a man who entered the store at about 1330hrs on Sunday 27 February. The games were selected from a display, the…

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Police Appeal Following Mandolin Theft in Beverley

June 9, 2011

Humberside Police in the East Riding of Yorkshire are appealing for information following the theft of three mandolins from a music shop in Norwood, Beverley at 0330hrs on Sunday 05 June 2011. The glass shop window was removed, before the instruments were taken from the display. The stolen mandolins have a combined value of £600 and are described as: • A PM1 mandolin with a light coloured front, a flower…

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Witness Appeal RTC, Driffield Road, Beverley

June 9, 2011

Humberside Police would like to speak to witnesses to a damage only road traffic collision involving a scooter and a car that happened at 1500hrs on Friday 03 June on Driffield Road at the junction with Woodhall Way in Beverley. A 38-year-old Beverley woman was driving her silver-blue coloured Ford Fiesta along Driffield Road when she was in collision with a scooter rider at the junction. The young man on…

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CCTV Images: Man Wanted in Connection With Bike Theft, Beverley

June 6, 2011

Humberisde Police have released CCTV images of  a man wanted in connection with a bicycle theft that took place at Beverley Leisure Centre, Flemingate, Beverley between 1245hrs and 1250hrs on Tuesday 10 May. The man is believed to have entered the bicycle compound at the leisure centre and stolen the secure bicycle. The bicycle is described as a white coloured racing style bicycle, with the word GAINT written in red…

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CCTV Images: Do You Know These People?

June 6, 2011

Humberside Police in Beverley are again investigating a number of shop theft allegations in the town’s Tesco store and are releasing CCTV stills of several people they wish to speak to in relation to the thefts. Image 1 refers to an incident on Friday 06 May at the Morton Lane store at 1556hrs when a woman entered the shop, selected £12.70 worth of goods which were scanned through the self…

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Appeal For Information – Tiger Lane, Beverley

June 6, 2011

Humberside Police are appealing for information in connection with an incident that happened on Tiger Lane, Beverley between 1220hrs and 1230hrs on Saturday 04 June 2011. A 22-year-old man left his red coloured Yamaha motorcycle unattended on Tiger Lane for a short length of time. When the man returned the motorcycle was found to be lying on its side in the road, with damaged caused to the clutch lever and…

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Witness Appeal After Cyclist Suffers Bruising

May 11, 2011

Police are appealing for witnesses following a road traffic collision which occurred on Tuesday 03 May 2011. At 1520hrs a 25-year-old woman was cycling along Central Avenue, Beverley, approaching Thurstan Road when she was overtaken by a silver coloured Ford Ka with a black body kit.  The vehicle  is said to have collided with the cyclist which resulted in her being knocked off her bicycle and sustaining substantial bruising to…

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Beverley St Mary’s Update for April 2011

May 9, 2011

1. Priority  Issue: – Shop Lifting – Beverley Town Centre Shop theft has always remained a priority in the Beverley area and again this is a crime and location that is being targeted by the Neighbourhood Team. The re-launch of shop watch has proven to be a success with not only the shops that are members benefiting but also the wider community with offending persons being issued with banning notices…

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Beverley Minster & Woodmansey Update for April 2011

May 9, 2011

1.Priority  Issue: Anti Social Behaviour – Swinemoor Estate The weather has been fantastic during the month of April which can normally result in an increase in anti social behaviour on the estate. The hot weather tends to see an increase in the consumption of alcohol and noisy parties. We have also had multiple bank holiday weekends within the month including the extra bank holiday for the Royal Wedding. Although noise…

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