Leicestershire Police Rutland South beat report detailing crime for last month.
Rutland South beat report detailing crime for last month.
4/1/17 – Burglary dwelling – Main street, Lyddington x 2
4/1/17 – Theft from unattended motor vehicle – Aldgate, ketton
5/1/17 – Theft from unattended motor vehicle (number plates)– Spring lane, Glaston x 2
5/1/17 – Theft from unattended motor vehicle (number plates) – Crocket lane, Empingham
5/1/17 – Theft from unattended motor vehicle (number plates) – Orchard close, Lyddington
10/1/17 – Damage – Loddington lane, Belton
18/1/17 – Assault – Tixover
30/1/17 – Assault – Braunston
Leicestershire Police current Neighbourhood Priority is targeting hare coursing along the A47 corridor from Uppingham to Tixover & parts of the north beat area from Langham towards the A1. Last month, members of the public reported to police numerous reports of hare coursing. As a result several people and vehicles have been identified as taking part in this illegal activity.
Leicestershire Police would encourage you all to be vigilant and report any persons you suspect as acting suspicious. Take note of any vehicle and registration number they are in and ring the police on 101.
Remember to visit the Rural Watch website, via the below link for rural crime updates and a whole host of crime prevention advice.
PC Paul Le Pla is retiring from Leicestershire police in April after 30 years’ service
He has been the Rutland south neighbourhood officer for almost 8 years now and says he has thoroughly enjoyed his time here.
"I will miss not being a bobby anymore, but will miss the people more. I thank you all.
At this time"
The few times I met PC Paul Le Pla I found him OK and don't believe he was one of the
corrupted Rutland team. I wish him well in whatever he does next.