Sometime between 11.15pm and 11.30pm on the evening of Friday 9th April 2021 several items were stolen from a works vehicle parked overnight on Thornfields, Thorngumbald. The stolen items include the victim’s wallet containing cash, two work laptops, an iPad and the victim’s doorbell CCTV camera from the front […]
Sunday, April 4 2021 (at approximately 6:25pm) Police responded to an incident on the playing field at the rear of Watkinson Close, Preston.
Humberside Police force policing the lockdown. Summary of statements from police leaders. Click links for the full version of the statements. Also a GOV.UK easy-read guide to Lockdown.
Police officers are appealing for witnesses to a collision this morning on Staithes Road, Preston. The collision between a dark silver Vauxhall Astra and a blue Yamaha motorbike took place around 7.15 am
Several properties along Plumtree Road in Thorngumbald were targeted by snowballs last night which resulted in a window been smashed…
A black and blue SARACEN gents cycle has been stolen from a front garden on Hull Road, Hedon
Around 5:50 pm yesterday evening, Thursday, 14th January several items were stolen from a car parked on St Martins Road, Thorngumbald.
Sometime between 5pm and 9:40pm Wednesday 13th January 2021 the side door of a white Vauxhall Combo van was forced open whilst parked securely on Knowle Way, Leaf Sail, Hedon.
The Police and Crime Commissioner for Humberside is seeking volunteers to help scrutinise aspects of police work. In particular, Commissioner Keith Hunter is looking for volunteers to join two new groups looking at the use of police powers and how the police deal with hate crime.
Unfortunately not everyone out there is trustworthy and some people will try to take advantage of this unusual situation our society is facing and try to exploit people. Listed below are some of the scams that you could be approached with…
“If you have any concerns in relation to people not following the rules relating to social isolation, please do not call us on 101 or 999. Visit our website and use the reporting tool there and we will ensure our patrols are adjusted.
POLICE Community Support Officers (PCSOs) for the area will be at the Thorngumbald Parish Council Office (Village Hall) between 10am – 11am on Thursday 18th October 2018. Residents are invited to pop in if with any issues they wish to discuss.