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THORNGUMBALD:

Alert message sent 20/02/2021 18:57:00

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The Hedon Neighbourhood Police Team have received several reports from residents of St.Mary's Drive, Elm Tree Avenue and Chestnut Avenue, Thorngumbald that a number of coping stones had been removed from the their brick/stone walls and dumped on to the drives of neighbouring properties over the last few nights.

If you know who is responsible for this, or have captured the culprits on CCTV; please call the Police on 101 with incident log number 378 of 20/2/21


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Darren Bainton (Police,PCSO,Mid Holderness )
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