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Alert message sent 27/04/2016 09:42:00

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I am PC Adam Norton from the Runcorn Local Policing Unit Beat Management team. PC Zoe Bowden has asked me to send out a quick update, on her behalf, to Cheshire Alerts subscribers on her beat area this month.

Theft/Burglary – Premises alarm triggered and vehicle interfered with on Moss Lane, Moore during the early hours of the 29th March.
Poaching – Report of van parked in isolated location on Daresbury Lane during the afternoon of the 19th April. Caller suspected occupants may be trespassing on land to hunt. Keeper details were obtained and enquiries are ongoing.
Poaching – Further report of men with dogs entering fields off Chester Road, Daresbury on the 1st April. One man stopped and details taken for further enquiries.
Burglary – an attempted burglary at business premises on Monks Way, Preston Brook on the 31st March.
Anti-social behaviour
In the last month we have had a number of reports of high-school children attempting to organize fights. The schools have been very supportive in trying to put a stop to this but it is important that parents speak to their children and ensure they are not tempted to get involved. We would like parents to remind children that, by taking part in such incidents, they may be committing criminal offences, even if they, themselves, are not actually fighting.
A report of nuisance youths, on pedal cycles, being rude to members of the public and riding in front of moving vehicles in the vicinity of Sandymoor Community Centre. We will be speaking to the parents/schools of any youths identified.
Crime Reduction In Your Area
While there are lots of options for securing your home and property. It can be a costly process. There are, however, a few things that we can all do to improve safety and security in our community.
The Bike Register
The Bike Register is an excellent service that offers a variety of options for improving the security of pedal cycles. Cyclists can register their bike for free at . You can also check if a bike is listed as stolen, prior to purchase, at . The service does offer a variety of bike marking packages that do come at a cost, however simply registering your bike’s details is completely free of charge and will help police to identify your property if stolen.
Cheshire Alerts & Watch Schemes
You are receiving this message as a subscriber to Cheshire Alerts but it is worth logging onto the Alerts website ( every so often, to ensure that you are receiving the information you are most interested in. From the website you can also join a Home Watch scheme (or start a scheme if there is not one in your area already). The more people who subscribe to the system the better so please promote the alerts system to friends and family.
Crimestoppers is a registered charity and is not directly linked to the Police. They act as a ‘middle man’ allowing people to report information on crime in their area, completely anonymously. They never provide details of the information provider to Police. Information can be provided on freephone number 0800 555111 or via their website:
PC 5172 Adam Norton – Beat Manager
Cheshire Constabulary Runcorn Local Policing Unit
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