Ellesmere Port & Neston news Bulletin

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Ellesmere Port & Neston News Bulletin
16 to 24 May 2015
 Burglary
 Incidents reported relating to residential property:
  • Stanlow/Wolverham area – 
  • Marlborough Road – Entry gained into small rear conservatory, with no damage caused.  Internal patio door into main premises damaged with an unknown implement which has caused the outer pane of the double glazed unit to smash.  The offender/s have them been disturbed by the occupants looking out through the window and made off towards Cheltenham Road.
  • Stanney Lane – Offender/s have attempted to remove a rear wooden window shutter before being disturbed and running off without entry having been gained.
  • Harrow Road – Entry gained to rear of property by unlocked side gate.  Offender/s have then smashed the lower panel of glass in the rear patio/french door to gain entry into the house.  Untidy search made and cash and jewellery taken.
  • Westminster area – 
  • Atlas Way – Unsuccessful attempt to gain entry to property through rear kitchen window.
  • Grange area – 
  • Stamford Street – Double glazed window in rear patio door smashed and unknown object has caused marks to the handle.  No entry gained.                 
Incidents reported relating to business premises:
  • Stanlow/Wolverham area – 
  • Harlech Court – Lock damaged on shed in communal area to gain entry.  Fishing equipment and old gaming machines taken.
  • Rossmore area – 
  • Rossmore Road East - Lock has been broken off the chapel door within Overpool Cemetery and a wooden bench has been taken.
Criminal Damage 
 Incidents reported relating to criminal damage, with the exclusion of damage to vehicles:
  • Westminster area – 
  • Grafton Road – Kitchen and lounge window smashed by lumps of concrete.
  • Edward Street – Kitchen window smashed.
  • Grange area – 
  • Overpool Road – Outer pane of window smashed by unknown means.
  • Festival Road – Rubber seat on swing set alight in park.
  • Rivacre area – 
  • Forge Road – Window in front door smashed.
Theft 
 Incidents reported relating to theft, with the exclusion of shop lifting & vehicle theft:
  • Stanlow/Wolverham area – 
  • Cheshire Oaks – Male offender disturbed by security attempting to saw through bike lock with a hacksaw next to Wagamama. Male made off but was located and detained by security – Male arrested.
  • Westminster area – 
  • Lower Mersey Street – Secure locker at Holiday Inn entered by unknown means and cash taken.  Locker had been secure when user returned but all clothing inside had been messed up.
  • Don Walk – Rear garden accessed through unlocked gate. Rattan garden furniture - settee, two chairs, coffee table with rectangular black glass top taken.
  • Tryfan Way – Entry gained into rear garden by unknown means.  Bouncy castle removed from storage bin and three folding chairs taken.  Offenders have used another folding chair to climb over boundary fence into neighbouring garden to leave premises.
  • Central area – 
  • McGarva Way – Carrera Vengeance mountain bike in grey and white, secured outside Epic Leisure Centre has lock removed by unknown means and is taken.
  • Whitby Road – Insecure bike left on fire escape of property taken.
  • Parkgate – 
  • Neston Library, Parkgate Road – Offender has removed security tags from dvd cases before removing dvds.  Empty cases returned to shelf.
Vehicle Crime 
 Incidents reported relating to theft/attempt theft of motor vehicles:
  • Stanlow/Wolverham area – 
  • Stanney Mill Lane – White Vauxhall Movano, FE58 GXW, parked in works compound taken after keys retrieved from within the vehicle.

Incidents reported relating to theft / attempt theft from motor vehicles:

  • Rossmore area – 
  • Rossmore Road West – Peugeot 206 has passenger window smashed and IPod and IPhone taken from within.
  • Croughton Court – Renault Traffic has lock on rear doors damaged with screwdriver or similar in unsuccessful attempt to gain entry.  Drivers window smashed and internal door release pressed.  Still no entry gained to rear. Nothing believed taken.
  • Seymour Drive – Vauxhall Vivaro has side window smashed and cab reached into.  Nothing believed taken.
  • Stapleford Court – Liveried Ford Transit works vehicle entered by unknown means without damage being caused.  Quantity of power tools taken and some smaller items removed from rear.
  • Plemston Court – 2 liveried Ford Transit works vehicles entered by unknown means causing no damage. 1 vehicle is entered but nothing taken.  The other is entered via the drivers door where it was then moved away from a wall to gain entry into the rear. Untidy search made and a quantity of tools taken from within.
  • Willaston & Thornton – 
  • Chester Road – Ford Transit, parked secure on car park of Burleydam has window smashed to gain entry. Stihl chain saw taken from within.
  • Riverside –  
  • Marshlands Road – Land Rove, Range Rover has front registration plate, displaying BK06 ZTD taken. 
Incidents reported relating to damage to motor vehicles:
  • Strawberry Fields area – 
  • Archers Way – Toyota Avensis is scratched down the drivers side body work.
  • Sutton area –  
  • Summertrees Road – Peugeot 307, parked on grass verge of residential road has drivers side window smashed.
  • Parkgate – 
  • The Parade – Unknown offender runs over the bonnet of BMW Mini causing dents to the bodywork.
Other incidents of note.... 
  • Whitby – 
  • Woodland Road – Skimming device found attached to cash dispenser outside Co-Op on 21/05/15. 
Please note this is not a complete list of all incidents reported during this period -
it is purely for the information of local residents to make them aware of incidents which have taken place within their area.


Information on Home/Personal Security can be found on the Cheshire Police Website.
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Wendy Dalton (Cheshire, PCSO, Ellesmere Port East LPU PCSO)

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