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Police Investigating Little Neston Burglaries

Published: 29th March 2018 13:38

A number of burglaries were carried out on the night of Monday 26th March into the early hours of Tuesday 27th March.

Three outbuildings were broken into in The Quillet, Somerville Close and Warwick Close in Little Neston, with mountain bikes stolen.

Three additional break-ins in the wider Neston area saw three vehicles stolen.

All incidents are being investigated and forensic leads being followed.

Police advise the public to be vigilant - secure your sheds and look out for suspicious activity in the area. Keep vehicle keys out of sight and ensure all doors are locked overnight.

Police are appealing to all Neston/ Little Neston residents to check CCTV overnight 26th/27th March and report any suspicious activity on 101 or email PC 3653 Reid at victoria.reid@cheshire.pnn.police.uk.


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At 19:39 on 4th April 2018, Denno commented:

Which reminds me,have we still got a police sergeant in Neston?
Carrie Spacey
At 22:33 on 4th April 2018, Carrie Spacey responded:
Yes. We have Sgt Lisa Wilson and a new beat manager, PC Vicky Reid, as PC Tom Grant has moved to other duties in the wider area.
At 23:15 on 5th April 2018, Dan commented:
I used to see Sgt Dan Greenhalgh regularly in the town as well as read what he posted on this site about his team's progress in the local area. There was a real feeling things were improving and Neston got the support it needed.

Since he got his well deserved promotion everything has gone quiet apart from general requests for information like this. I didn't even know we had a new Sgt let alone who they where. I don't suppose the "new" sgt comes to Neston very often then if few of us even know who they are. Now many people have a real feeling things are getting worse.

However from April we should see a slight increase in police reources in our town after the inflation busting increase in council tax for Cheshire Police services.
At 08:47 on 6th April 2018, Denno commented:

Dan - You express my thoughts exactly,in fact,I mentioned it to Acting Chief Constable Janette Mc Cormick who seemed surprised that I did not see a PC around town but that is as far as it got.Our police go up and down the ramp by the side of the town hall and give me the impression that they just do not want to be bothered with the public.I have no doubt that the sight of the police keeps the crime rate down.As an aside,thank goodness the DPP has got the push because her priorities were hopelessly wrong.

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