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HOLDERNESS: tackling Night Time Poachers

Alert message sent 20/11/2020 14:58:00

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Holderness: Increase in Night Time Poaching Activity


Humberside Police received a report of possible lampers in a field near Aldbrough around 1am this morning, Friday 20th November 2020, patrols attended the area and a 4X4 vehicle made off at speed. This vehicle, a 52plate SUBARU, was located soon after in a ditch near Flinton unfortunately the occupied had already fled.

The vehicle was seized under the Section 156 of the Road Traffic Act for no insurance.

Humberside Police would like to ask residents, whether from the farming community or not, to keep their eyes open and report anything suspicious by calling the non-emergency number 101.  If someone sees a crime in progress always call 999.




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Darren Bainton (Police,PCSO,Mid Holderness )

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