Police Report March
This will be the last rural Police report from our PCSO, Lindsey Whitehead.
She is to start another new challenge, working in a specialist unit at Police Headquarters where she will have a role as an operational officer.
Lindsey says, "I just wanted you to know that I have loved the PCSO role in so many ways and I have been privileged to have worked with you in many ways. Gary and Zoe will be your PCSO's from now, I'll send you the names of the officers in the team.
Thank you for believing in me".
I'm sure everyone will want to thank Lindsey for all her hard work and help and also to wish all the best in her new role.
Police Report, March 2017
2/03 Convex mirror stolen from end of drive way of property along Birkenheath lane Ashley.
04/03 Male arrested for an assault at 11.30 hours on Mereside Rd Mere.
06/03 Criminal damage — graffiti found on children's play area
Moorside — Knutsford.
07/03 x 2 suspicious males in M registered White transit van around 13.00 hours. One male was seen to walk to the rear of property on Trouthall lane in Plumley and when asked — told the caller he was removing rubbish which was not true.
10/03 Theft from garage at a property on Bexton lane in Knutsford. Garage door has been lifted overnight and a large quantity has been stolen.
10/03 Burglary at property on Springwood avenue — Knutsford. Overnight, Front door has been possibly tampered with and was found wide open in the evening. Nothing stolen.
10/03 Burglary at an address on Merlin avenue -Knutsford. Offenders have smashed the rear door and stolen a safe containing a large quantity of alcohol overnight.
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