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Southfields crime report for December 2017
The latest crime statistics published by the police have revealed that during December 2017 there were 102 crimes reported in Southfields Ward. These crimes comprised: Anti-social behaviour: 9 Bicycle theft: 4 Burglary: 7 Criminal damage: 12 Drugs: 2 Other crime: 1 Other theft: 16 Shoplifting: 23 Theft from person: 2 Vehicle crime: 2 Violence and sexual offences: 24 The offences that most interest residents are, of course, burglary and although it is too early to discern a trend, the fact that there were only seven reported burglaries in the ward is encouraging. These burglaries comprised: Bedford Street: no suspect identified Bedford Street: still under investigation Castledine Street Extension: no suspect identified Cowdray Close: no suspect identified Market Street: no suspect identified Pack Horse Lane: suspect charged and awaiting court outcome Ward’s End: still under investigation “It is very important that residents report crime”, said local Southfields councillor Ted Parton, “but fortunately it is now considerably easier to do so via the Internet and we have set up a reporting crime page on MySouthfields to enable residents to do this easily. Hopefully the number of burglaries will remain low but the failure to identify any suspect in most of the cases is worrying”.
Published and promoted by Paul Mercer, 58A Wards End, Loughborough LE11 3HB
The latest crime statistics published by the police have revealed that during December 2017 there were 102 crimes reported in Southfields Ward. These crimes comprised: Anti-social behaviour: 9 Bicycle theft: 4 Burglary: 7 Criminal damage: 12 Drugs: 2 Other crime: 1 Other theft: 16 Shoplifting: 23 Theft from person: 2 Vehicle crime: 2 Violence and sexual offences: 24 The offences that most interest residents are, of course, burglary and although it is too early to discern a trend, the fact that there were only seven reported burglaries in the ward is encouraging. These burglaries comprised: Bedford Street: no suspect identified Bedford Street: still under investigation Castledine Street Extension: no suspect identified Cowdray Close: no suspect identified Market Street: no suspect identified Pack Horse Lane: suspect charged and awaiting court outcome Ward’s End: still under investigation “It is very important that residents report crime”, said local Southfields councillor Ted Parton, “but fortunately it is now considerably easier to do so via the Internet and we have set up a reporting crime page on MySouthfields to enable residents to do this easily. Hopefully the number of burglaries will remain low but the failure to identify any suspect in most of the cases is worrying”.
SOUTHFIELDS CRIME REPORT FOR DECEMBER 2017
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