Ellesmere Port and Neston News Bulletin

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Ellesmere Port & Neston News Bulletin
22nd to 27th April 2018
 Incidents reported relating to RESIDENTIAL property:
  • Little Neston and Burton
  • Vicarage Lane – Rear garden entered and access gained to property through an insecure rear door.  When the door has banged shut the home owner has been alerted and the offender has run off through the garden onto the bridle way to the rear of the house.
  • Sutton
  • Baker Drive – 2 males wearing dark clothing using push bikes approached the front of the property.  One male appeared to be keeping watch from the end of the driveway whilst the other tried the door handle.  Upon seeing the home owner they left. 
Incidents reported relating to OUTBUILDINGS/GARDENS:
  • Sutton
  • Halton Road – Shed accessed by unscrewing hinges on door.  Heavy duty lock removed from Yamaha MT 07, MT 07, PF14 XFV taken.  GT mountain bike left by offenders. – Bike located in on footpath of rear to road with damage to the ignition where they have tried to unsuccessfully start it.
Criminal Damage
Incidents reported relating to criminal damage, with the exclusion of damage to vehicles:

  • Ellesmere Port Town
  • Mercer Walk – Burn marks found on window sill of market building.
  • Whitby
  • Chester Road – Unknown object thrown at window of ‘Rightway’ store causing it to crack. 
  • Little Neston and Burton
  • Burton Road – Group of youths have entered ‘Community Centre’ garden and damaged pots and planting.  A female has then thrown a piece of broken pot at the window causing it to break.
  • St. Pauls
  • Hargrave Drive – Tin of paint thrown at door by group of youths.
Incidents reported relating to theft, with the exclusion of shop lifting & vehicle theft:

  • Ellesmere Port Town
  • Stanney Lane – Black Orb mountain bike, chained up in bike racks at Stanwell House taken. – Bike recovered and 2 male youths arrested.
  • Cheshire Oaks – Handbag left on bench taken.
  • Whitby
  • Whitby Park – Blue Scott Aspect mountain bike taken from male in park. – Male arrested.
  • Sycamore Drive – Blue and black Orbea mountain bike, left insecure outside library at ‘Whitby High School’ taken.
Vehicle Crime
Incidents reported relating to theft/attempt THEFT OF motor vehicles:

  • Sutton
  • Halton Road – Yamaha MT 07, MT 07, PF14 XFV taken from shed break. – Bike located in on footpath of rear to road with damage to the ignition where they have tried to unsuccessfully start it.
Incidents reported relating to theft / attempt THEFT FROM motor vehicles:

  • Rossmore
  • Rossmore Road East – Ford Kuga, at ‘M53 Ford’ has front and rear registration plates, displaying DG13 YRS taken. 
Incidents reported relating to DAMAGE TO motor vehicles:
  • Ellesmere Port Town
  • St. Andrews Road – Audi A3 scratched along the side of vehicle.
Other incidents of note…
  • Woodland Road – Shortly after 10.00am today, Thursday 26 April, officers were called to reports of a robbery at the Woodland Hotel on Chester Road, Whitby, Ellesmere Port. The victim reported that a man entered the premises and demanded money; he then fled the scene in a black hatchback vehicle, which was displaying stolen registration plates, taking with him a large quantity of cash. The suspect is described as a man; he was wearing dark clothing, a dark baseball cap and a dark face covering.
Please note this is not a complete list of all incidents reported during this period - it is purely for the information of local residents to make them aware of incidents which have taken place within their area.
Information on Home/Personal Security can be found on the Cheshire Police Website.
Message sent by
Wendy Dalton (Police, PCSO, Ellesmere Port LPU East PCSO)

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