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Attempt Burglary: St Mathews Road in Humberston

Alert message sent 30/09/2020 18:05:00

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A burglary has been reported in your neighbourhood


Dear Residents,

We have received a call for service that between 01:25 am and 01:33 am on Wednesday 30 September 2020 unknown person(s) have attempted to gain entry to an address on ST MATHEWS ROAD in HUMBERSTON. 

The suspect(s) have attempted to gain entry by the rear door by trying the door handle but were startled when the victim woke up and put lights on, due to the noise that he/she/they were making. The victim did see a torch but was unable to offer any descriptions of the suspect(s).

How can you help?
1. Did you see or hear anything during the times above?
2. Would you be able to view your CCTV and see if there is any suspicious activity during the above times?

If the answer is 'Yes' to any of the above, can you please reply to either this alert or call the Police on 101 quoting the investigation number 16/101862/20.

Please visit our Force Website on how to protect your home on https://www.humberside.police.uk/protect-your-home  

Kind Regards,

Your Local Policing Team.
Knoll Street Police Station.
CLEETHORPES.





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David Cave (Police, Police Constable, Grimsby East Haverstoe, Humberston and New Waltham Ward)

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