CNWA - we 2nd May 2019 - Cheshire News and Appeals

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Please see below an overview of what is contained in this week's copy of the Cheshire News & Appeals from the CNWA.

Latest Cheshire News
• Runcorn man jailed for 15 years after embarking on vigilante justice
• Cheshire specials to tackle local community issues
• Cheshire Constabulary Reviews Recruitment Process Following Employment Tribunal Judgement
• Call for vigilance following a series of scams
• Ellesmere Port man jailed for drug dealing offences

Latest Cheshire Appeals
• Appeal for information following Culcheth burglary
• Runcorn police say protect your motorbike from thieves by following these tips
• Man wanted by police on recall to prison
• Witness appeal following burglary at Warrington pub
• Police appeal for witness to come forward following Northwich distraction theft
• Appeal for information after masked men target Widnes
• Appeal following two burglary incidents in rural west Cheshire
• Detectives are trying to trace the owners of a number of items of jewellery that they suspect may have been stolen.
• Appeal after boy assaulted by a man in Poynton

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