Operation FORD

Alert message sent 10/04/2016 12:12:00

Information sent on behalf of Cheshire Constabulary

Dear All,

In Murdishaw (and across Runcorn) we ran Operation FORD. This involved a licencing visit at The Halton Arms, in addition to a number of other pubs, with a passive drugs dog. This was a routine visit as part of our commitment to helping landlords to comply with their licencing conditions, and was fully supported by the licensee and their team. The pub passed with flying colours and we appreciate their support and co-operation. We would also like to pass on our thanks to their customers who were patient and understanding during this brief disruption to their evening.

 
We have received a couple of reports of anti-social behaviour at various locations in the Murdishaw area and we are liaising with housing to discuss potential breaches of tenancy. We will also be carrying out ASB surveys with a view to identifying individuals involved.
 
Finally, there have been a number of suspicious incidents and burglaries of sheds and outbuildings in the area in recent weeks. We would like to remind residents of the importance of home security. Simple measures such as shed alarms and security lights can make a big difference in discouraging would-be thieves. Suspicious activity should be reported on 101 or 999 if a crime is believed to be in progress.
 
 
Thanks,

Paul Quinn PSV
for and on behalf of Beat Manager, PC Phil Brown.
Message sent by
Paul Quinn (Police, Volunteer, Runcorn LPU PSV)

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