Crime and policing update for Harpole and Grange ward which includes: Gayton, Harpole, Kislingbury, Milton Malsor and Rothersthorpe
Recent incidents of note
- Between 30 October and 13 November, a brown horse drawn governor’s cart was stolen from a premises near to Gayton.
- An attempt was made to enter a farm area in Kislingbury, during the evening of Sunday 13 November. It is thought a steel casing and gate lock were broken during the incident.
- During the afternoon of Monday 14 November, a business in Bugbrooke was broken into. High value goods were stolen.
Anyone with information please call us on 101 or alternatively, information can be given anonymously to Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.
News in brief
We will be supporting Alcohol Awareness Week between Monday 14 November and Sunday 20 November to clamp down on drunken disorder, and to ensure people are able to enjoy a night out without becoming a victim of crime
We took part in a recent national day of activity to target metal theft, as part of an operation co-ordinated by the Association of Chief Police Officers (ACPO). Forces across Britain came together to crack down on the increasing problem of thieves targeting metal and cable
On the 18th anniversary of the disappearance of Jaime Cheesman, we are renewing our appeals for Jaime or anyone who knows where she is to get in contact.
Darker nights are now with us – Householders and vehicle owners are being urged to ensure they are aware of the increased threat posed by opportunist criminals.
As part of Operation Nightsafe, Northamptonshire Police has kicked off its Christmas operational activity to deal with alcohol related issues in the run up to the festive period