February's Police Report
POLICE REPORT — Knutsford Police
05/02 Burglary at an address on Middlewich road — Toft. Occurred bet 09.30 and 13.00 hours. Offenders have smashed patio windows and forced rear door open and stolen computer and jewellery.
06/02 Theft from motor vehicle overnight. Caller had left transit van parked on Cranford avenue — Knutsford all secured. Offender has Broken into the vehicle by means unknown and have stolen 2 power drills.
06/02 Number plate and front grill from Ford focus vehicle stolen overnight on Warren avenue — Knutsford.
08/02 White F registered Mercedes van seen in the area of Rostherne around 10am. Black male driver with foreign accent, chubby built wearing a black cap and a high vis jacket has been seen asking for scrap in the area.
08/02 x 2 males seen entering a farm on Church lane in Mobberley around 12.45 hours. Males were acting suspiciously and left their vehicle at the farm which has been recovered. Vehicle — White Mercedes F reg vito has been recovered by police.
10/02 Garden tractor — Orange Kubota G23 — high value has been stolen within the grounds of a property on Grotto lane Over Peover. Vehicle was attached to a trailer which has been dismantled.
10/02 Theft of front and rear registration plate. Vehicle — VW Passat left parked on Sugar pit lane overnight.
11/02 Criminal damage to motor vehicle. Offenders have pierced a tyre with a screw driver causing damage on Faulkners lane in Mobberley overnight.
22/02 Theft from motor vehicle on car park of pub along Warrington road Mere- Offenders have smashed the rear of vehicle window and stolen power tools.
Last updated 16/02 by PCSO 20632
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