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MID HOLDERNESS: Monthly Newsletter

Alert message sent 03/11/2019 13:54:00

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What’s Happening in Your Area & Community Priorities
 
11 crimes reported during October 2019, a promising continued decrease from 18 recorded in September 2019;
 
Vehicle Crimes – October saw an increase in vehicles stolen, each of these were taken from farmyards; a yellow JCB telehandler with a registration plate of YW12 LCA has been stolen by unknown means from a farm yard, Long Lane near Humbleton East Yorkshire sometime since Monday 14th October and Saturday 19th October 2019.

We are urging farmers to check any disused outbuildings/ quiet locations/woodlands/containers etc to see if it has been stored; and for the public to report any sightings to the Police using Incident log number 279 of 19/10/19. Know where the JCB is, please make that call.
 
A ISUZU pick-up that had been reported stolen from a farmyard in Meaux near Wawne on 24th October has now been located parked on a street in North Bransholme. The vehicle is now reunited with its owners.
 
Sometime between Friday 25th October and Monday 28th October 2019 a silver LAND ROVER (1999) 109 with a registration number V84 DAU was stolen by unknown means from an industrial unit on Ferry Road, Wawne.

Any sightings of this Land Rover or know the whereabouts please call the Police on 101 and quote investigation number 16/119392/19

Please visit our website for advice on Rural and Farm security. Please share this message through your social media platforms

The KCOM crime prevention signs will be visiting various sites during November.
 Please remove all valuables from your secured vehicle when left unattended and leave the glove-box open and empty to reduce the opportunity of becoming a victim.
                 
Burglary reports - we are pleased to report that no burglaries were reported during October.
 
With the clocks having been put back an hour, police in Holderness are encouraging residents to make sure they don’t ‘fall back’ with their home security too. Earlier this week members of the Mid Holderness Policing Team were out and about providing residents and visitors with advice on home security.
 
“Darker nights provide thieves with an opportunity to work with less chance of being discovered.
“There are some simple precautions we can all take to reduce the chance of us falling victim to criminals.”
 
To keep your home safe after dark:
 
- Use timer switches on lights to make it look as if your home is occupied.
 
- Ensure all doors and windows are secure when you leave and when you go to bed.
 
- If possible use security lighting at the front and back of your property.
 
- Make sure all garden tools and ladders are locked away when not being used.
 
- Use a good quality lock on any garden sheds and outhouses.
 
- Make a note of all makes, models and serial numbers of expensive items in your home.
 
- Create a FREE and secure inventory of all your personal property at www.immobilise.com
 
- If you notice anything suspicious in your neighbourhood report it on 101.
 
 
 
 
 
Thefts three thefts reported, two of these are believed to be thefts of property taken by visitors to the victims address, £170 of cash taken from a bedroom on back lane Burstwick and a mobile phone taken from an address in Elstronwick. A trail camera was also stolen from a wooden post in a corner of a field on Hariff Lane, Burstwick.
We have continuously patrolled Churches and heritage sites across Holderness this month after the increased reports in September of theft of lead from church roofs, we are pleased to report no further thefts were reported to the police and we will continue to patrol these historic community building with the assistance from the local residents. We continue to appeal for anyone who has any information about these recent thefts to contact us so that we can identify those responsible and bring them to justice. We ask for the communities in towns and villages across the East Riding to be extra vigilant and to keep an eye out for anyone acting suspiciously.  If you do see something call us immediately on 999 so that we can respond and catch them in the act. 
 
Damage three damage reports; a road sign was damaged on Fitling Road, Humbeton on 1st October, someone had spray painted the word “TOXIC” over the sign. A vehicle had scratches caused to the paintwork whilst parked on Glebelands, Burton Pidsea on 16th October. An outer pane of glass to a door on Main Road, Skirlaugh was covering in spray paint on 21st October.
 
 
Our priorities this month are to reduce:
 
Anti-Social Behaviour (ASB) in general
 
ASB continues around the Bilton area.
With darker nights setting in, the activities and festivities this usually brings, we are experiencing an increase in groups of youth congregating around the play park area which can be intimidating to passers-by, a number of small fires had been lit in fields nearby and some fencing has recently been damaged around the playpark.
 
Rural Crime
 
The trend generally at this time of year are towards higher value thefts from farms and rural businesses due to staff spending many hours in fields at harvest.
Officers will be conducting drop-ins to farms and businesses this month to offer advice on target hardening their assets as part of tackling rural crime.
Poaching season is upon us and hare coursing activity usually increases over the autumn months, Wildlife Officers will make rural patrols under OPERATION GALILEO to tackle and disrupt offenders involved in this activity.
FLY TIPPING is still a focus especially around the Wawne to Ellerby areas, officers are still working alongside the East Riding Council Environmental teams to prevent tipping and gather evidence to support action against the culprits.
 
Theft
 
We continue to patrol in a High Visibility manner to deter any crime and provide support and reassurance to the public.
An important source of information on those people are that are involved in either stealing or selling on the stolen goods comes from the public. Please contact us on 101 or ring Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111 if you know who is responsible.
Other News
 
Please report any suspicious behaviour that you feel may be connected to rural crime
 
 
 
Meet your officers
 
PCSO Darren Bainton will be at the following locations to discuss community issues and offer crime prevention advice:
 
6th November 6:30pm to 7:30pm Bilton Church Hall, Bilton HU11 4AA
6th November 8pm Long Riston Village Hall, Main Street Long Riston HU11 5JF
7th November 7pm Wawne Parish Council, Village Hall, Wawne HU7 5XH
11th November 7pm Aldbrough Parish Council at the Primary School, Headlands Road, Aldbrough HU11 4RR
21st November 11am Poplar Close Residents Hall, Poplar Close Skirlaugh HU11 5HA
TBC Joint Parish surgery at the Village Stores, Main Street, Burstwick HU12 9EA
TBC Burstwick Parish Council at the Primary School, Main Street, Burstwick HU12 9EA

Please visit our website www.humberside.police.uk for the latest news & appeals
 
 
FACEBOOK users did you know? You can find out more about the work of your local officers and teams by liking their facebook accounts:
 
please visit Humberside Police – East Riding of Yorkshire South https://www.facebook.com/HumberbeatERYS
 
 
Twitter users can keep up to date with events, alerts and traffic news within Mid Holderness by following the community team @HumberbeatERYS and @PCSODarrenB. Your Neighbourhood Police Officer, Darren Bainton is celebrating his fifth anniversary on using TWITTER to send out news, appeals and advice to his followers.




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