Reported Local Crimes in May and June Police Surgeries

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Crimes reported in May

05/05/19 Theft of number plate from J and S accessories, Oakmere.
08/08/19 Burglary dwelling in Oakmere.
08/08/19 Window damaged at Nick Tomlin Cars, Oakmere.
12/05/19 Theft of motorbike from Delamere Forest.
16/05/19 Caravan damaged in Duddon.
11 to 13/05/19 Theft of lock, Kelsall Bowling Club.
18/05/19 Tarvin Health Centre. Youths causing ASB issues.
19/05/19 ASB Scrambler bikes in Delamere Forest.
21/05/19 Pool Business Park, Tarvin. Youths on site causing ASB issues.
27/05/19 Okells nursery, Tarvin. Fraudulent £50 used.
27/05/19 ASB Kelsall Playing Fields, youths causing ASB issues.

Tarvin Community Centre:-

Friday, June 14th 1000-1100 hours

Monday, June 17th 1800-1900 hours

Saturday, June 29th 1800-1900

Kelsall Community Centre:-

Tuesday June 18th 1800-1900 hours

Keeping In Touch

Local Officer Contact Details — PCSO 22206 Sue Keers
Police community support officer
Tel — 101
Email — sue.keers@cheshire.pnn.police.uk

Local Officer Contact Details — PC 3862 Rob Boulton
Beat Manager
Tel — 101

Email — robert.boulton@cheshire.pnn.police .uk

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