Wednesday, April 05, 2017

Here is the latest beat report for the Leicestershire Police Rutland south beat covering last month’s crime.

Here is the latest beat report for the Rutland south beat covering last month’s crime.

4/3/17 - Theft – Hardwick farm lane, Empingham
4/3/17 – Theft – Glaston road, Morcott
5/3/17 – Damage – Great Eastern road, Caldecott
6/3/17 – Burglary dwelling – The Green, Lyddington
6/3/17 – Theft from unattended motor vehicle – High street, Ketton
18/3/17 – Damage to motor vehicle – Welland road, Edith Weston
19/3/17 – Damage(shed) – Railway sidings, Wing Hollow
21/3/17 – Burglary other than dwelling – Uppingham road, Caldecott
21/3/17 – Theft of quad bike – Church street, Belton
25/3/17 – Assault – Oakham road, Braunston
26/3/17 – Theft of 4 sheep - Wing Hall Drive, Wing
23- 30/3/17 – Damage – Woolfox lane, Empingham
31/3/17 – Theft of lead – St Peter and St Paul’s Church, Preston

Our current Neighbourhood Priority is –

1 - 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. Several people and vehicles have been identified as taking part in this illegal activity.

I 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.

By all means, let your beat officer know and your Neighbourhood watch coordinators, but ring 101 in the first instance, so the information can be reported and acted upon straightaway.

Remember to visit the Rural Watch website, via the below link for rural crime updates and a whole host of crime prevention advice.
www.leics.police.uk/ruralwatch

As you are aware, I am due to retire on 6th April. My replacement will be Pc 2113 Pete ICKE. Pete has been the Uppingham beat officer for the past few years, so knows Rutland well and I am sure you will find him friendly and approachable.

PCSO 6516 Diana FREEMAN will still be on the beat and contactable.

To contact either, please email them on the below email addresses.

Peter.icke@leicestershire.pnn.police.uk
diana.freeman@leicestershire.pnn.police.uk

I will have been your beat officer on the Rutland South beat for the past 8 years now and have really enjoyed my service here. I have met some wonderful people and had a great time.
Thank you for all your support and friendship.

Regards

Paul Le Pla
Rutland South Dedicated Neighbourhood Officer
Rutland Police

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