Ellesmere Port & Neston News Bulletin

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Ellesmere Port & Neston News Bulletin
28th October to 1st November 2016
 Burglary
 Incidents reported relating to residential property:
 
ELLESMERE PORT WEST
  • Netherpool
  • Blackstairs Road – Rear patio doors approached and patio window smashed.  Alarm has activated and offender has left. – Male arrested.
  • Hillside Drive – Occupant heard noise at approx. 2115 hours and upon looking saw a hooded male in her outhouse, which is attached the kitchen, having forced the side door to gain entry. Male spoke to another male, still outside the door and they both left.
  • Grange
  • Atherton Road – Entry gained via an insecure rear upper floor window using set of ladders from rear garden.  Home owner has heard noises and upon investigating found 2 males in the bedroom.  They have pushed past and run down the stairs and out through the front door.  A locket had been taken. 
Incidents reported relating to outbuildings/garden:
 
ELLESMERE PORT EAST
  • Rossmore
  • William Johnson Gardens – Wooden garage door has 2 planks removed from upper part of door and a old bike removed. 
ELLESMERE PORT WEST
  • St. Pauls
  • The Boulevard – Side door to garage forced by unknown means.  Boxes searched within and items taken.
  • Christleton Drive – Sheds entered at 2 addresses. In the 1st the shed door was removed after the screws on the hinges were undone.  Items were laid out on the garden and a white males Raleigh mountain, with green trim was taken.  In the 2nd the shed was entered after the offender/s located a key and a yellow and black pressure washer, in a large red holdall was taken.
  • Sutton
  • Chester Road – Entry gained into garage via an insecure wooden door.  Items from within had been thrown around the road and a camping gas stove and drill were recovered from Greystones.
  • Overpool Road – Padlock forced from garden shed. 2 folding chairs taken.
Criminal Damage
  Incidents reported relating to criminal damage, with the exclusion of damage to vehicles:

ELLESMERE PORT EAST
  • Ellesmere Port Town
  • Langley Court – Window cracked after having eggs thrown at it.
  • Whitby
  • Deeside – Stones thrown at window causing damage. 
ELLESMERE PORT WEST
  • Little Neston and Burton
  • Burton Road – Number of windows smashed at a residential property. – Repeat address.
  • Burton Road – Compost bin/shed at the rear of the new youth centre set alight.  This has spread to nearby pallets and tree.
  • Neston
  • Frobisher Road – Large lump of concrete used to smash the safety glass in door.
  • Parkgate
  • Leighton Road – Reports of 2 separate properties where the ‘For Sale’ signs have been set alight.
  • Grange
  • Pooltown Road – Graffiti written in black marker pen on and around front door.
  • Sutton Way – Front door kicked and windows smashed. – Male arrested.
Theft

Incidents reported relating to theft, with the exclusion of shop lifting & vehicle theft:

ELLESMERE PORT EAST
  • Ellesmere Port Town
  • Whitby Road – Male has entered ‘Yalpa’ takeaway and whilst staff have been in the rear of the premises has all the meat from the display cabinet.
  • Whitby
  • Chester Road – Specialized Rock Hopper mountain bike, left in front garden taken by unknown offender.
  • Whitby Park – Mountain bike has been left lying on the ground whilst aggrieved has been playing football.  A male has approached the bike and ridden off on it. After returning to the park with parents the bike has been found abandoned with damage to the gears. – Names suspect. 
ELLESMERE PORT WEST
  • Neston
  • Hinderton Road – Whilst visiting ‘Renaissance’ a 4 wheel walker, left in the communal has been taken by unknown offender.
  • St. Pauls
  • Thelwall Road – Insecure pedal cycle, left outside shop taken. – Male arrested.
  • Grange
  • The Boulevard – IPhone 6, left on roof of car taken by unknown offender.
Vehicle Crime
 Incidents reported relating to theft / attempt theft from motor vehicles:

ELLESMERE PORT EAST
  • Ellesmere Port Town
  • Brancepeth Court – Vauxhall Astra entered by unknown means.  Untidy search made and wallet and tool box have been taken. Photo’s from within the wallet were later found in a public bin at Bunbury Green. 
Incidents reported relating to damage to motor vehicles: 
 
ELLESMERE PORT WEST
  • Little Neston and Burton
  • Grassmere Road – Vauxhall Corsa has nearside wing mirror damaged by group of youths.
  • Neston
  • Allans Meadow – Whilst being driven down the road an Audi A3 has stones thrown at it causing a number of chips to the front windscreen.
  • Parkgate
  • The Parade – Seat Leon, parked on car park of ‘The Boathouse’ PH had rear windscreen smashed and a handbag, containing wallets, bank cards, etc was taken.
  • Parkgate Road – Lexus IS200, parked on residential driveway has rear window hit with a rounded stone, or similar causing 2 small holes, in turn causing the glass to shatter but remain insitu.
  • St. Pauls
  • Mill Lane – Vauxhall damaged after being hit by a thrown firework.
  • Granville Drive – VW Transporter, parked on residential drive way has rear windscreen hit by object which has left a hole, then causing screen to shatter but remain insitu.
Other incidents of note
  •  Stanney Lane – At approx. 9pm on Thursday 27th October a robbery occurred at the ‘Stanney Lane Chemist’ where a male has entered the premises and then produced a hammer and threatened staff. – Male arrested and charged.
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 the area.

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

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