Please see latest crime report from Rutland police below.
Here is the latest Rutland South beat report covering crime for February 2016.
- 1/2/16 – Theft from unattended motor vehicle – Empingham road, Ketton
- 1/2/16 – Burglary other than dwelling (stables) – Church lane, Glaston
- 3/2/16 – Attempt Theft – Main street, Wardley – Nothing stolen
- 3/2/16 – Burglary other than dwelling (garage) – Lyndon road, Manton
- 4/2/16 – Burglary other than dwelling (shed) – Church street, Empingham
- 6/2/16 – Damage to car – Brooke road, Braunston
- 9/2/16 – Burglary other than dwelling (stables) – Wakerley road, Barrowden
- 10/2/16 – Burglary other than dwelling (garage) – Main street, Seaton
- 12/2/16 – Burglary other than dwelling (shed) – North Luffenham road, Morcott
- 12/2/16 – Attempt Burglary other than dwelling (garage- nothing stolen) – High street, Ketton
- 6/2 – 13/2/16 – Burglary other than dwelling (stables) –Stamford road, Ketton
- 15/02/15 – Theft from unattended vehicle (ladders) – wheatlands close, Ketton
- 19/02/16 – Damage to car – Main street, Lyddington
- 19/02/16 – Burglary other than dwelling (shed) – Post Office lane, Lyndon
- 17/2 -23/2/16 – Burglary other than dwelling (shed) – Lyndon road, Manton
- 24/02/16 – Burglary other than dwelling (outbuilding) – Main street, Empingham
- 24/02/16 – Burglary dwelling – Wytchley road, Normanton
- 26/02/16 – Burglary other than dwelling (garage and shed) – Glaston road, Bisbrooke
- 28/02/16 – Theft of battery from field – Seaton road, Glaston
- 29/2/16 – Damage to fence – Church lane, Bisbrooke
- 01/03/16 – Damage to fence – Wing road, Glaston
As you can see there have been 12 reports of Burglary other than dwellings on the beat so far this month, which consist of sheds, garages & stables, whereby power tools and gardening equipment were stolen and 1 burglary dwelling. We are trying to target offenders, carrying out police patrols in the areas affected and liaising with neighbouring police forces.
We are urging residents to review their home security, especially their sheds and outbuildings.
Our current Problems solving plans are tackling burglary related crime in Ketton and hare coursing along the A47 corridor villages between Uppingham and Barrowden.
Last month we held the launch of Leicestershire and Rutland Rural Watch, which tackles rural crime. Please visit its website, via the below link and familiarise yourself with it. It contains rural crime updates and a whole host of crime prevention advice.
Paul Le Pla