PCSO Ward Surgeries for September and Crime Report

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The Tarvin and Kelsall Ward surgeries for September.

Tarvin Community Centre

Wednesday, September 4th between 10 and11am
Monday, September 9th between 5 and 6pm
Saturday, September 14th between 10 and 11am
Thursday, September 19th between 6 and 7pm

Kelsall Community Centre

Sunday, September 15th between 10 and 11am

Crimes reported in August

05/08/19 Criminal Damage:Damage to vehicle — Delamere.

06/08/19 Burglary: Theft of pig feed — Delalmere.

13/08/19 Burglary: Business broken into- Kelsall

14/08/19 Burglary: Business broken into- Kelsall

18/08/19 Burglary: Attempt burglary at Coop — Kelsall

28/08/19 Theft:Willington Hall, Willington

 

Keeping In Touch

22206 Sue Keers, Police Cmmunity Support Officer

Tel — 101, Email — sue.keers@cheshire.pnn.police.uk

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