Here are recent reports sent to Humberside Police across North Lincolnshire.
- On 22/03/2021 between 10pm and 10:20pm there was a burglary at a property on Newland Avenue in Scunthorpe. Someone entered the detached garage and removed a Segway hover board.
- Between 15/03/2021 and 22/03/2020, police received a report of Person(s) causing issues at village hall and have scrawled graffiti on the main doors including a swastika and a persons name. It is believed that the same person(s) have also tried to burn down the down pipes by unknown means coming out of the village hall. The unknown person(s) who have caused this damage, have no consideration for the local residents who use the village hall or attended the park area on a regular basis and is unfair for residents to find damage caused to village hall.
- A John Deer Gator Farm utility vehicle and hedge trimmer have been stolen from a Farm on Brigg Road Wrawby. The offenders gained entry into a secure farm building by smashing their way through a breeze block wall. The incident occurred overnight between Monday 22nd and Tuesday 23rd March 2021.
- There has been an attempt burglary to a residential property on High Street, Haxey between 22:10 19/03/2021 – 08:50 20/03/21 which has been reported to the Police. Person(s) approach rear of property and goes to the rear UPVC double glazed Patio/French doors and try to gain entry through the patio doors. No entry was gained and offender(s) make off.
- On 19/3/21 overnight, Cove Road, Westwoodside Burglary to metal shed forcing lock and drive on lawnmower stolen.
- Overnight 19/03/21 High Street, Scunthorpe property targeted by forcing patio door.
If you have any information on any of the above statements you should contact Humberside Police on the non emergency number 101.
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