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Chester Rural Police Mid-September Update

24th September 2015 @ 6:06am – by Cheshire Constabulary
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Tarvin and Kelsall Ward

On 01/09/15, local officers were made aware of anti-social behaviour in the Delamere Forest area caused by youths on mopeds. Local PCSO Ryan Reid is making enquiries to locate these youths.

Local officers are aware of issues with speeding on Station Road, Delamere. Speed guns will be deployed in the area and positive action will be taken by police.

Overnight between 05/09/15 and 06/09/15 a caravan was stolen from Station Road, Oakmere.

An Ifor Williams flat bed trailer was also stolen from Bypass Road, Tarvin on the morning of 08/09/15. Local patrols have been increased and please contact us on 101 if any suspicious behaviour is witnessed.

Chester Villages Ward

Between 01/09/15 and 04/09/15, two burglary offences occurred in the Guilden Sutton area. The burglary offences occurred at a building site office and an electric sub-station. Patrols have been increased in the area. Please contact us on 101 with any information.
Overnight between 11/09/15 and 12/09/15, two burglary offences occurred in the Littleton and Christleton areas. During both offences, sheds have been entered and high value bikes stolen. Please be vigilant and call police with any suspicious activity.

Gowy Ward
In the early hours of 01/09/15 a vehicle was broken in to on Manley Lane and golf clubs stolen. Please ensure that all valuable items are out of view.
In the early hours of 13/09/15 a suspicious vehicle was stopped by local officers in the Stamford Bridge area. A small amount of cannabis was recovered and the offender was issued with a cannabis warning.
On 14/09/15 some solar lights were stolen from a driveway on Brookside, Ashton Hayes. Please contact us on 101 if any suspicious activity was witnessed.

Monthly Priorities

To remind you all, our three monthly priorities for Chester Rural in September are:
Road Safety – Speeding and parking issue remain a major priority for our rural communities and we will continue to use preventative and enforceable methods to improve the safety on our roads.

Drug Use/Supply in Frodsham/Helsby- We have received a number of reports of possible drug use/dealing and will pro-actively target these offenders and reassure local communities

100 Days of Rural Crime – PCSO's and beat managers will partake in policing operations and attend rural events to champion this force wide operation, reassure communities and target those committing crime in rural areas.

In the September End of Month Update I will report on how we have actioned these monthly priorities. Any feedback on this Mid-Monthly Update will be gratefully received.

Further rural information can be found on the Chester Local Policing Unit twitter page (@policechester) and the Cheshire Police website www.cheshire.police.uk

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