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The latest crime figures reveal that during February 2018 12 more burglaries occurred in Southfields Ward. Of the 12, suspects have not been identified in 10 of the cases and the other two are still under investigation. The burglaries occurred in: Burleigh Road: no suspect identified Castledine Street: no suspect identified Edelin Road: no suspect identified Granby Street:  no suspect identified Grove Road: no suspect identified Middleton Place: no suspect identified Kingfisher estate: under investigation Radmoor Road: under investigation South Street: no suspect identified Stanley Street: no suspect identified Wood Gate: no suspect identified Wren Close: no suspect identified During December and January, the number of burglaries had dropped with just seven in each month compared to the 28 that occurred in September and 26 in October. “When we last had a meeting with Inspector Barker at Loughborough police station”, commented Paul Mercer, “he did say that there had been a drop in the level of burglaries in the town which would obviously be good news for the residents who see this as one of the most important issues. Hopefully he is right and that this slight increase in February does not represent a reversal of this trend.” There had been a significant drop in overall crime in December to 101 incidents although the longer term trend suggests that it has been gradually increasing.
Published and promoted by Paul Mercer, 58A Wards End, Loughborough LE11 3HB
This site only uses cookies in order to collect anonymous usage data for Google Analytics and StatCounter. By using this site we assume that you are happy to receive cookies.
The latest crime figures reveal that during February 2018 12 more burglaries occurred in Southfields Ward. Of the 12, suspects have not been identified in 10 of the cases and the other two are still under investigation. The burglaries occurred in: Burleigh Road: no suspect identified Castledine Street: no suspect identified Edelin Road: no suspect identified Granby Street:  no suspect identified Grove Road: no suspect identified Middleton Place: no suspect identified Kingfisher estate: under investigation Radmoor Road: under investigation South Street: no suspect identified Stanley Street: no suspect identified Wood Gate: no suspect identified Wren Close: no suspect identified During December and January, the number of burglaries had dropped with just seven in each month compared to the 28 that occurred in September and 26 in October. “When we last had a meeting with Inspector Barker at Loughborough police station”, commented Paul Mercer, “he did say that there had been a drop in the level of burglaries in the town which would obviously be good news for the residents who see this as one of the most important issues. Hopefully he is right and that this slight increase in February does not represent a reversal of this trend.” There had been a significant drop in overall crime in December to 101 incidents although the longer term trend suggests that it has been gradually increasing.