Ellesmere Port And Neston News Bulletin

Alert message sent 05/07/2017 09:00:00

Information sent on behalf of Cheshire Constabulary

Ellesmere Port & Neston News Bulletin
22nd to 30th July 2017
 
Burglary
 

Incidents reported relating to residential property:

 

ELLESMERE PORT WEST

  • Netherpool
  • Seymour Drive – Metal Shutter on window pulled back causing damage but allowing access to living room window.  Not know at this time if entry has been gained.
  • Sutton
  • Sutton Way – Front window to property, left ajar forced open causing damage.  No entry gained.

Incidents reported relating to business premises:

 

ELLESMERE PORT WEST

  • Neston
  • Buildwas Road – Door to Trampoline Park forced open by unknown means.  Door to safe removed and tills opened. 

Incidents reported relating to outbuildings/garden:

 

ELLESMERE PORT EAST

  • Ellesmere Port Town
  • Brancepeth Court – Lock broken off shed and number of items taken from within including guitar, bmx bike, Dunlop mountain bike, bbq and childs set of golf clubs.

ELLESMERE PORT WEST

  • Little Neston and Burton
  • Mudhouse Lane – 2 separate reports received. 1st - Door to outhouse forced, however before entry has been gained offender/s have been disturbed by dogs let out into the garden after noises had been heard. 2nd – Garage has side window smashed to gain entry.  Specialised Rock Hopper and Trek Fuel EX8 taken along with fishing tackle, Makita chainsaw, Stihl chainsaw and chains, hedge cutter, crowbars ad wheel set for bikes.
  • Netherpool
  • Poole Hall Road – At some point during a 4 week period offender/s have gained entry into substation having cut the lock.  Once inside the high voltage has been switched off.
  • Sutton
  • Loxdale Drive – Access gained into rear garden of premises by offender/s climbing over garages and fencing to rear. 2 locks removed from shed and search made within although nothing is believed to have been taken.
Criminal Damage  

Incidents reported relating to criminal damage, with the exclusion of damage to vehicles:

ELLESMERE PORT EAST

  • Ellesmere Port Town
  • Warkworth Court – Double glazed living room window smashed by unknown means.
  • Whitby
  • Birkett Avenue – Double glazed glass panel in porch damaged leaving a round hole, consistent with some sort of pellet having been fired at it.

ELLESMERE PORT WEST

  • Little Neston and Burton
  • Mellock Lane – Piece of wood removed from side gate causing damage.
  • Derwent Way – Unknown item thrown at window causing it to crack.
  • Neston
  • Raby Road – Damage caused to plants at side of railway station.
  • St. Pauls
  • Sutton Way – Front door of property damaged by unknown means.  No further details.
  • Hawthorn Road – Small crack discovered in front lounge window, caused by unknown means.
  • Whetstone Hey – Glass in rear door smashed by large stone thrown from lane to the rear of the property.
  • Sutton
  • Lupus Way – Unknown substance put into door lock causing damage.
Theft 
 Incidents reported relating to theft, with the exclusion of shop lifting & vehicle theft:


ELLESMERE PORT EAST

  • Whitby
  • Whitby Park – Gold Apollo mountain bike, left insecure a short distance from the skate park taken by unknown offender.

ELLESMERE PORT WEST

  • Little Neston and Burton
  • Neston Road – Large concrete planter removed from front garden.
  • Netherpool
  • North Road – Offenders access gained to Cheshire Power site by cutting through mesh boundary fencing. 6 30m lengths of copper cable cut and dragged through the fence to the main road before being disturbed and making off, leaving cable insitu.
  • St. Pauls
  • Parklands – IPhone, left in taxi taken by unknown offender.
 Vehicle Crime
 Incidents reported relating to theft/attempt theft of motor vehicles:


ELLESMERE PORT WEST

  • Little Neston and Burton
  • Mill Lane – Isuzu Trooper, DK52 BUJ left insecure with keys on working farm yard taken.  Vehicle activated a camera in North Wales but remains outstanding.
  • Ledsham and Manor
  • Green Lane – Mercedes Sprinter van, parked on road entered by unknown means and bag, containing numerous items taken.

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

ELLESMERE PORT WEST

  • Ledsham and Manor
  • Chalfield Close – Jaguar has silver dust caps taken.
  • St. Pauls
  • Fulwood Mews – Ford Transit, parked on driveway of property entered and quantity of power tools including circular saw, angle grinder, and multi tools taken.

Incidents reported relating to damage to motor vehicles:

 

ELLESMERE PORT EAST

  • Ellesmere Port Town
  • Bodium Court – Vauxhall Astra, parked to rear of property has scrap pedal cycle smashed into windscreen, leaving it wedged there.
  • A5117 – Stone thrown by children at passing Fiat 500 causing scratching to windscreen.
  • Rochester Drive – Peugeot 206, on car parking area set alight by group of males and completely burnt out. – 2 males arrested.
  • Warwick Court – Vauxhall Vectra private hire vehicle found to have 3 flat tyres caused by unknown means.

ELLESMERE PORT WEST

  • Netherpool
  • Naylor Road – Mazda 2, parked on road has all 4 tyres slashed by unknown offender.
  • St. Pauls
  • Woodchurch Lane – Over 2 day period Vauxhall Corsa has been keyed on 2 occasions causing scratching the front door, bonnet and boot in the first instance and the nearside front and rear door on the second.
  • Princes Road – For Kuga, parked on car park of ‘Madison’ public house has 2 drivers side tyres slashed.
  • Sutton
  • Archers Way – Vauxhall Mokka has all 4 tyres slashed.
 Other incidents of note
 

Mill Lane – Large turkey shed (empty) at Mill Lane Poultry Farm reported to be well alight by Cheshire Fire Service. Cause at this time unknown.

Message sent by
Wendy Dalton (Police, PCSO, Ellesmere Port East LPU PCSO)

Message tag words

Back to previous page
Click here to tweet this message to your followers

Discuss this alert message

Please see terms below before using this feature
Please be aware that the facility above is a Facebook service, posting your views will make some of your Facebook information visible to everyone (as with any Facebook activity).

The system administrators (VISAV Limited) monitor the content added. Any misuse or objectionable material should be reported to support@neighbourhoodalert.co.uk.

The views expressed do not represent the views of the system administrators who are VISAV Limited, the Police, Neighbourhood Watch and other Information Provider using this service.
 

© 2017 Cheshire West and Chester. All rights reserved.