Login

NHW Alerts

East Northants Neighbourhood Watch Alerts from Oundle Police & other sources........(last posted 05/11/20)

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

Police are appealing for any information/witnesses to Criminal damage conducted to vehicles on two separate locations, on the 03/11/20, during the same night....

HighfieldRoad, Thrapston between 00:00 – 03:00hrs, reference: 20000579996

Faraday Court, Thrapston, between 00:00 – 09:40hrs, reference; 20000580418

Any information, please call the Police 101 non-emergency number quoting the relevant crime reference.

Police are appealing for any information/witnesses to Criminal damage conducted on Springfield Avenue, Thrapston, between 02/11/20, 21:00hrs and 03/11/20, 06:00hrs

Unknown person/s use unknown instrument to cause damage to IP's vehicle. Damage has been cause to rear door of the vehicle.

Any information, please call the Police 101 non-emergency number quoting 20000579948

Police are appealing for any information/witnesses to a theft from a Vehicle that occurred on Aldwincle Road, Lowick between 02/11/20, 22:30 and 07:18hrs

Unknown person/s use unknown instrument in door seal of sliding door in IP's van. Door bent out of shape and entry gained. Items removed from back of van

Any information, please call the Police 101 non-emergency number quoting 20000579945

Police are appealing for any information/witnesses to a theft from vehicle that occured between 02/11/20, 21:00hrs and 03/11/20, 06:36hrs [LOCATION NOT GIVEN]

Between stated times unknown persons have broken into IPs vehicle and stolen all the tools inside.

Any information, please call the Police 101 non-emergency number quoting 20000579903

Northamptonshire Police are appealing for information regarding a Burglary (non-residential) on Thurning Road Barnwell. Unknown persons have entered a shed and caused damage. Also two vehicles have been entered and searched. Believe nothing was taken. This happened between the hours of 18:00 01/11/2020 & 18:45 01/11/2020.

Did you witness anything?

Did you see any person(s) in the area that looked suspicious?

Did you see any vehicle(s) that you were suspicious of?

If so, then please contact Northamptonshire Police on 101.

Person/s stole the number plates from a motor vehicle parked in Church Street, Titchmarsh between 4pm and 9.20pm on Friday, 30 October - nothing seen or heard.

Theft from motor vehicle in Tithe Close, Ringstead between 1.40am and 1.50am on Wednesday, 28 October. An unknown male was captured on CCTV trying the car door handles of vehicles in the street and it is believed it was the same male who then approached the victim’s vehicle, which was parked outside his home and by unknown means gained access to the rear of the vehicle and stole items from within.

Entry gained to a motor vehicle parked in Meadow Close, Ringstead between 6pm on Tuesday, 27 October and 9am on Wednesday, 28 October – untidy search conducted and some items stolen.

Interfering with a motor vehicle parked in Church Street, Ringstead between 7pm on Tuesday, 27 October and 11am on Wednesday, 28 October – unknown person/s tampered with the vehicle opening doors and glove box but no report of any items taken - nothing seen or heard.

Attempt burglary at a property in Charles Street, Thrapston between 11pm and 11.13pm on Tuesday, 27 October – two unknown persons attempt to enter the property by force, however the owner of the property knocked on the window and the suspects ran away.

Break-in of a shed at a property in Well Lane, Barnwell between 8am and 10.30pm on Tuesday, 27 October and items stolen from within.

Burglary of an insecure property in Chapel Street, Titchmarsh between 9am on Sunday, 25 October and 11.30am on Wednesday, 28 October – item stolen.

If you have any information about any of the above events, please contact the Police on 101 or the independent Charity Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111

For Crime prevention information about protecting your home and property, visit: https://www.northants.police.uk/cp/crime-prevention/

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

Whilst working at a property in Station Road, Thrapston between 10am and noon on Wednesday, 21 October, entry was gained by unknown person/s to the victim’s secure motor vehicle and several tools stolen.
 
Interfering with a motor vehicle parked in Springfield Avenue, Thrapston between 3.45am and 4.05am on Friday, 23 October – 3 unknown males were seen underneath the vehicle for 20 minutes – nothing stolen.
 
Theft from motor vehicle parked in Washington Court, Thrapston between 2pm on Wednesday, 21 October and 1.15pm on Friday, 23 October – unknown suspect removed the catalytic converter - nothing seen or heard.
 
Theft from motor vehicle parked in Fair Lane, Thrapston between 6.30pm on Thursday, 22 October and 6.30am on Friday, 23 October – unknown person/s removed the catalytic converter, cut all electrical wires and completely removed the exhaust - nothing seen or heard.
 
Theft of motor vehicle parked in the car park in Bridge Street, Thrapston between 6pm on Friday, 23 October and 5.39pm on Saturday, 24 October.

Theft of a black Yamaha motor vehicle from an outbuilding in Aldwincle Road, Lowick between 10pm and 10.30pm on Sunday, 25 October - nothing seen or heard.

Interfering with a motor vehicle parked in Cooper Court, Thrapston between 2am and 2.50am on Tuesday, 13 October – entry gained but nothing appeared to be stolen.
 
Attempt Burglary of a property in Cordwainer Grove, Thrapston between 2am and 2.30am on Tuesday, 13 October - entry not gained.
 
Entry gained to a motor vehicle parked in St Peters Road, Oundle between 1am and 7am on Monday, 12 October. Drawers inside had been opened, the front passenger tyre was flat and the tyre Jack missing (presumed stolen).
 
Between 12/10/20 19:00hrs and 13/10/20 07:00hrs on the High Street Tichmarsh unknown Person has removed the victims number plates from the vehicle. Crime reference 20000538636

On the same street and area, on the 10/10/20 between 00:00hrs and 06:00hrs unknown suspect has removed the front number plate from the vehicle, believed to be using a screwdriver or similar. The rear number plate is still in place, but the fixings have been interfered with and were found loose. Crime Reference 20000539017

On the 09/10/20 between 01:00hrs and 07:00hrs, on George Drive, Oundle, a vehicle has been Brocken into and items stolen from within the vehicle, Crime Reference 20000539109

Theft from motor vehicle parked in Mallard Close, Thrapston between 7pm on Friday, 2 October and 7am on Monday, 5 October. Air circulator removed from top of motor vehicle.

If you have any information about any of these events, please contact the Police on 101 or the independent Charity Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111

Northamptonshire Police are appealing for information regarding a theft from motor vehicle. Unknown person/s have removed a catalytic converter from a vehicle parked on Millfields Oundle.
This happened between the hours of 17:30 03/10/2020 & 13:00 04/10/2020.

Distraction burglary at a property in Gordon Road, Oundle between 6.30pm and 8.13pm on Saturday, 26 September – two men called at the house claiming to be police and who are then believed to have committed a distraction burglary.

Break-in of an insecure shed at a property in Well Lane, Barnwell between 1pm on Tuesday, 22 September and 9am on Thursday, 24 September. Items stolen.

Theft of a motorbike taken from an insecure garden in Winding Way, Thrapston between 10pm on Tuesday, 22 September and 8am on Wednesday, 23 September.
 
Theft of a motor vehicle parked on the driveway of a property in Charles Street, Thrapston between 9.30pm on Wednesday, 23 September and 7.46am on Thursday, 24 September.

Entry gained by means unknown to a motor vehicle parked in the vicinity of Church Street, Wadenhoe between 10pm on Sunday, 13 September and 6am on Monday, 14 September - several items stolen. Also in the same night from another vehicle parked in front of a property in Church Street other items were stolen.

Police are appealing for any information/witnesses to an Incident that occured on Bellamy Road, Oundle on the 03/09/20 between the hours of 12:25hrs and 13:49hrs. Between the above times unknown males distract female getting into her flat and removed money. Any information, Please call our Non-emergency 101 Police number quoting reference 20000460476.

If you suspect a drug dealer is in your area please inform the police on 101.

Entry gained to an unlocked motor vehicle parked on Main Street, Tansor between 4.45pm and 5.30pm on Saturday, 12 September. Bag taken from inside the vehicle and the front and rear number plates were also stolen from the vehicle.

Person/s removed 4 hub caps from a motor vehicle parked in North Street, Titchmarsh between 5pm on Thursday, 10 September and 7am on Friday, 11 September.
 
Person/s removed both front and rear number plates from a motor vehicle parked on the driveway of a property in Chapel Street, Titchmarsh between 10pm on Thursday, 10 September and noon on Friday, 11 September.
 
Entry gained by force to a motor vehicle parked in Barnwell Country Park, Barnwell Road, Oundle between 3pm and 5pm on Sunday, 13 September. Item stolen from within.

Theft from motor vehicle parked in High Street, Brigstock at around 5.50pm on Wednesday, 9 September. Victim was working on his vehicle and removed a seat and battery and placed them at the side of the vehicle. Going back into his house to retrieve some further tools he found on his return that the seat and battery had been taken. CCTV captured an unknown male suspect picking up the items and placing them in a vehicle and driving off.
 
Break-in of garage via an insecure side door at a property in Sudborough Road, Brigstock between 6pm on Monday, 7 September and 6pm on Wednesday, 9 September - 3 x children’s motorcycles stolen.

Northamptonshire Police are appealing for information regarding a theft from a garage on Buntings Lane, Warmington. Unknown person have entered an insecure garage. Once inside they have stolen property from within. This happened between the hours of 10:00 - 17:00 05/09/2020.

Entry gained to a motor vehicle parked in Springfield Avenue, Thrapston between 6pm on Thursday, 3 September and 6.30am on Friday, 4 September. Damage caused to the vehicle and items stolen.
 
Entry gained to a motor vehicle parked on the driveway of a property in Fair Lane, Thrapston between midnight and 7am on Friday, 4 September. Toolbox stolen.
 
Burglary of a property in Carlow Road, Ringstead between noon on Tuesday, 1 September and 1.16pm on Saturday, 5 September - numerous items stolen from within.

Burglary of a property in Barnwell Road, Thurning between 11.30am and shortly after 1pm on Sunday, 23 August - untidy search conducted and property taken.

Since Operation Snap was launched twelve months ago, Northamptonshire Police has received more than 600 video submissions, of which, just under half have led to further action. Rolled out across the county in August last year, Operation Snap enables people to report driving offences by uploading video evidence via a simple online portal on the Force website. In the first 12 months, the Force received 612 submissions from 413 individual witnesses, resulting in a total of 300 Notice of Intended Prosecution (PIN) letters being sent to registered owners. Videos have ranged from driving dangerously to drivers not being in proper control of a vehicle, driving without due care and attention, overtaking on solid white lines, ignoring traffic lights, carrying excessive passengers and unsecure loads.

Independent charity Crimestoppers is urging people across rural Northamptonshire to speak up anonymously about the illegal act of hare coursing. In the eight-week campaign with Northamptonshire Police, Fire and Crime Commissioner and Northamptonshire Police which launched on Monday (August 24), people are encouraged to report suspicious behaviour and those who are involved, rather than confront it. Hare coursing is where dogs – often greyhounds or lurchers - are used to chase, catch and kill hares. The illegal events can be lucrative for criminal gangs who often live stream the event. It takes place on areas of flat, open land, accessed by trespassing, where the dogs can easily and visibly pursue the hare for sport. We are now in hare coursing season as many crops have been felled, which leaves clear open fields. Hare coursing normally takes place either at dusk or dawn and it is typically carried out by large groups of people or gangs, who travel long distances in convey. Anyone with information about those involved in hare coursing is asked to speak up 100% anonymously by passing on what they know using the charity’s simple and secure anonymous online form at Crimestoppers-uk.org or by calling freephone 0800 555 111. There are many negative impacts of hare coursing, including fences and gates being damaged by vehicles as they forcibly gain access to private land. Once in a field, it is common practise to film the chase from a moving vehicle, which can cause significant damage to the field and crops. Fear, intimidation and violence are real concerns inflicted by coursers on land owners, farmers and anyone who may question the activity of those who are taking part. The campaign will use social media to promote Crimestoppers’ unique service of being independent from the police with a cast-iron guarantee of anonymity to the thousands of people who make contact each and every day.

You can help fight hare coursing by making Crimestoppers, or the Force aware if you see any of the following activity:
• Groups of vehicles parked in a rural area, perhaps near a gateway to farmland, on a grass verge, on a farm track or bridle path. This is often the most obvious sign;
• A cluster of estate cars, four-wheel drives or vans with evidence of dogs inside;
• Vehicles travelling in convoy, with vans at the front and rear containing minders;
• You see a gathering of people using binoculars to spot hares;
• You see coursers walking along the edge of a field to frighten a hare into the open.
If possible, when you report information about hare coursing which looks to be in progress or potentially due to take place, make a note of the date, time and location of the activity along with a description of any vehicles, people, dogs and direction of travel. A vehicle description should include the make, model and colour along with any unique features, along with the registration number (which could be cloned). Never confront hare coursers yourself. Lydia Patsalides, East Midlands Regional Manager at the charity Crimestoppers, said: “Hare coursing can incur a fine of up to £5,000 and those taking part may also have their vehicles and dogs seized. “The act itself is also extremely aggravating and damaging to farmers and landowners, who are often powerless to stop it. “We are appealing for information about it and through this campaign, we are highlighting the signs to spot and what you can do to keep your community safe from the criminal gangs involved. “If you have any concerns about someone who may be involved in hare coursing, contact Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111 or go online at crimestoppers-uk.org, to give information to our charity 100% anonymously about this or any other crime. Alternatively, you can contact Northamptonshire Police, especially if you feel in danger. “Crimestoppers gives people who feel unable to speak directly to police a voice to talk about what they know. In over 32 years since we began, we have always kept our promise of anonymity to the millions of people who have trusted us.” To pass on what you know, call our UK Contact Centre 24/7 on freephone 0800 555 111 or visit our website Crimestoppers-uk.org and complete a simple anonymous online form. Please note: Computer IP addresses are never traced and no-one will ever know you contacted us. For telephone calls, we have no caller line display, no 1471 facility and we have never traced a call.

On Sunday 23rd August at around midday a family magnet fishing reported that they had pulled a grenade out of the River Nene near Nine Arches Bridge at Thrapston. The road was closed for a few hours at the Bridge between Thrapston and the Woolpack Inn at Islip. Thankfully they did the right thing by carefully putting it down and getting well away from it. Bomb disposal were called and made it safe with a controlled detonation in a nearby field.

Dear All,

Just wanted to remind you all that although my surgeries are no longer able to go ahead at this moment in time, I am still available for you to speak to should you wish to.
I can be contacted through the team email which is NeighbourhoodTeamEastNorthants@northants.pnn.police.uk Please put for the attention of PCSO Natasha Fountain in the subject box, unless urgent, then please report by ringing 101.
Hopefully the surgeries can resume in 2021 as soon as I get the go ahead I will sort out dates and get them published.

regards

Natasha Fountain

Message Sent By
Natasha Fountain (Police, PCSO, East Northants)

Burglary of a property in West Yard, Islip between noon on Tuesday, 11 August and 5.20pm on Thursday, 13 August. Damage caused to property.

Police area appealing for any information/witness to an incident that occurred between 10/08/20, 18:00hrs and 11/08/20, 06:45hrs at the Old Oundle Road, Warmington. Between stated times, unknown persons have entered quarry by breaking padlocks on the gate, padlocks were left behind, entered yard and stole equipment and supplies from within yard. Any information, please call our Police 101 Non-emergency number quoting 20000415405.

Entry gained to a motor vehicle parked in Millfields, Oundle between 11.30pm on Tuesday, 4 August and 8am on Wednesday, 5 August. Driver’s side door was opened by means unknown and left ajar. Items stolen.

Entry gained to a motor vehicle parked in The Syke, Brigstock between 9pm on Monday, 3 August and 7.30am on Tuesday, 4 August. Criminal damage caused and items stolen.

Entry gained by force to a motor vehicle parked in Midland Road, Thrapston at 3.15am on Saturday, 1 August. Neighbours heard the offenders, who were in a sporty car (no further details). Tools stolen.
 
Entry gained to a motor vehicle parked on the driveway of a property in Oakleas Rise, Thrapston between 4.30pm on Friday, 7 August and 1.07pm on Saturday, 8 August. All tools in the van stolen.

Burglary of a property in Main Street, Barnwell between noon on Monday, 27 July and 9.24am on Wednesday, 29 July. Messy search conducted but unknown what has been taken at this time.

Burglary of an insecure property in St Peters Road, Oundle between 4.10pm and 5.55pm on Thursday, 9 July - property stolen.

Interfering with a motor vehicle between 10am and 10.30am on Tuesday, 30 June. Owners of a vehicle parked their car at the pull-in and took a short walk to the Old Mill bridge at Aldwinckle. On arriving back at their car they found the driver side rear window had been smashed by person/s unknown with a stone, which was still inside the car. Untidy search of the car had been made but nothing taken.

Please be aware that a vehicle has been damaged in the area of  Apethorpe. Unknown offenders have caused damage to the rear windscreen causing it to smash. This has occurred at 0245hrs on the 28th June 2020.

Police are appealing for witnesses and information after a theft from motor vehicle in the Wadenhoe area. Unknown offenders have gained entry to a tractor and have removed the stereo. Between 1600hrs 7th June and 1130hrs on the 8th June Officers are investigating the incident and are appealing for anyone with information to get in touch. Anyone with information should call Northamptonshire Police on 101. Incident number: 20*289953.

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

Theft of a caravan on Main Street, Aldwincle. Between the hours of 7pm on Friday 28th and 7am on Saturday 29th February 2020 person(s) unknown have gained entry to premises by wrenching the gate open and have stolen a caravan from the location.
 
Additional thefts reported from vans in Thrapston and Islip....

Between 2am and 7.30am on Friday 28th February 2020 unknown person(s) have used an unknown instrument to cut a hole in the rear of a Grey Van to unlock the vehicle and have stolen tools from within. This happened on Clover Drive, Thrapston (Ref 20000113369).

Between 7pm on Thursday 27th and 7.45am on Friday 28th February 2020 unknown person(s) have used an unknown instrument to create a hole in a sliding door of a Blue van and have stolen the majority of the tools from within the vehicle. This happened on Hillcrest Close, Thrapston (Ref 20000113375).
 
Between 7.15pm on Thursday 27th and 8am on Friday 28th February 2020 unknown person(s) have used unknown means to gain entry to a vehicle and have stolen a number of tools from within. This occurred on Kettering Road, Islip (Ref 20000113414).

Between 4.45pm on Thursday 27th and 4am on Friday 28th February 2020 unknown person(s) have used an unknown instrument to gain entry to two white vans by cutting a hole in the rear doors. Only one item stolen as nothing else in vehicles. A Range Rover was seen alongside one of the vans at the time. This happened on Navisford Close Thrapston (Ref 20000114384 / 20000114403).

Did you witness anything?
 Did you see any person(s) in the area that looked suspicious?
Did you see any vehicle(s) that you were suspicious of?
 If so, then please contact Northamptonshire Police on 101.
 In an emergency, when there is a crime in progress or a life at risk, always call 999.

To report a crime or incident, provide information or for advice, call 101 or visit www.northants.police.uk

To contact your Neighbourhood Team covering Thrapston and surrounding villages they can be contacted on the following email: NeighbourhoodTeamEastNorthants@northants.police.uk

 

If residents are concerned about a caller at the door or suspect that rogue doorstep traders or distraction burglars are operating in their community, they should contact the dedicated Doorstep crime Action Network (DAN) on 0345 23 07 702.

As an alternative to contacting Northants police you may decide to contact Crimestoppers.
When you contact Crimestoppers, your anonymity is guaranteed, whether you choose to contact them on 0800 555 111  or by using their simple anonymous online form..........  https://crimestoppers-uk.org/give-information
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

Lots of criminal activity reported this week in Thrapston, Oundle, Cotterstock, Titchmarsh, Yarwell..............

Friday 28th Feb 2020 - Please be aware of a light coloured Land Rover vehicle that offenders have been travelling in, to steal tools from numerous vehicles (mainly vans) in the early hours of this morning. Please remove any items of value from your vehicles to prevent further crimes, and report any suspicious vehicles that you may see in the area.

Between 2.15am and 2.57am on Friday 28th February 2020 unknown person(s) have gained access to a white Peugeot Van by smashing a small side window to gain access. Property has been removed from the vehicle. This happened along Springfield Avenue, Thrapston. Ref 20000113180.

Between 2.15am and 2.25am on Friday 28th Feb 2020 unknown person(s) have attempted to gain entry to a Ford van by cutting into the side but was disturbed by a resident. The offenders drove off in a Silver Land Rover. This happened along Pembroke Close, Thrapston. Ref 20000113207.

Criminal damage caused to another vehicle on Pembroke Close, Thrapston. Between the hours of 2am and 2.19am on Friday 28th February 2020 two unknown males have damaged victims car upon being disturbed attempting to steal from a neighbouring van. The vehicle was damaged by bashing a car door with an unknown instrument. The two unknown males then got into a silver Land Rover and left. Ref 20000113196.
 
Between 3pm and 3.10pm on Thursday 27th February 2020 unknown person(s) have gained access to a white Ford Van parked on Main Street Upper Benefield by unknown means and stolen tools from within. Ref 20000112944.

Between 3.25pm and 3.30pm on Thursday 27th February 2020 unknown person(s) have approached a white VW van on a driveway on Benefield Road, Glapthorn and removed items from within. The offender was seen to get into a Black 57 plate Mercedes, which then drove off. The male was described as a large, white male, stocky build with short brown hair. Ref 20000112363.

Burglary on Tyler Way, Thrapston. Between the hours of 5pm on Wednesday 26th and 7am on Thursday 27th February 2020 unknown person(s) have gained entry to a premises by removing a fence panel and have stolen a number of power tools. Ref 20000112393.

Theft of copper from Main Street, Cotterstock. Between the hours of 5pm on Wednesday 26th and 7am on Thursday 27th Feburary 2020 unknown person(s) have gained entry to a garden and stolen some copper. Ref 20000112924.

THRAPSTON , Swan Close. Tue 25 Feb, Between  Midnight & 6 a.m. Access to a shed & residents works van. Power tools & trade supplies taken from the van.

Police are appealing for any witnesses/information to a Burglary that occurred in Islington, Titchmarsh, on 24/02/20 between 20:00hrs and 20:30hrs. Unknown person/s cut  back fence it appears with wire cutters. They enter the stable block and rip the security light from the wall then access the hay barn and 2 other barns by forcing the doors . Ref 20000110701.

TITCHMARSH – Polopit & High Street. Both locations have had a resident report a  shed break –in.
The one in Polopit is quite a small time frame Mon evening 24th Feb between 9 & 10 P.M
The High Street incident is reported as being during half term.

OUNDLE , Milton Road. Between  Sat 22 – Mon 24 Feb. Unknown persons have gained entry to school property using a jemmy type instrument to force the fire doors.

Yarwell - Incident of Burglary. This occurred at JN Bentley Ltd, Wansford Road, Yarwell between 18:00hrs Sat 22/02/2020 and 11:50hrs Sun 23/02/2020.
 
Did you witness anything?
Did you see any person(s) in the area that looked suspicious?
Did you see any vehicle(s) that you were suspicious of?
If so, then please contact Northamptonshire Police on 101 quoting the reference number, or call Crime Stoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

Burglary Dwelling

Oundle – Victoria Road

Sat 1 Feb 6.35pm

An elderly male answers the door and greets a male stating he is investigating the water pressure in the area.

Male is allowed in & stays for 10 – 15 mins.

£100 cash is taken by the fraudster.

We need more people on the look out !

Door step crime Network 0345 23 07 702

Burglary Dwelling

Thrapston – Faraday Court

On Sat 1st Feb Between Midday & 8.30 pm

Bay window at rear of property is smashed.

A safe was taken from the property including valuable items inside.

If anyone has any information for us then

please contact us via 101 quoting Crime Ref 2*61501

Appeal for witnesses following serious injury collision....

Police officers are appealing for witnesses after a pedestrian sustained serious injuries following a collision in St Osyths Lane in Oundle.

At about 9.55am on Friday, January 31, a white Ford Fiesta was in collision with a pedestrian.

The pedestrian, an 81-year-old man, was taken to Addenbrooke’s Hospital with serious injuries.

Anyone with information or anyone who witnessed this incident is asked to call the

Drivewatch Hotline on 0800 174615 or

Northamptonshire Police on 101 quoting reference number 128 of 31/01/20.

Northamptonshire Police are appealing for information regarding a theft of farm equipment on Newton Road, Sudborough.

Between times below unknown person(s) have removed fencing and stolen a bale grabber.

This happened between the hours of 7pm on Friday 24th and 10.47am on Sunday 26th January 2020.

Did you witness anything?

Did you see any person(s) in the area that looked suspicious?

Did you see any vehicle(s) that you were suspicious of?

If so, then please contact Northamptonshire Police on 101 quoting ref 20000048784.

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

We are after your eyes and ears in our communities for suspicious circumstances and would urge you to report any incidents which you believe are out of character.

Below are some examples of what may be suspicious and pre-cursors to serious crimes, but it is not limited to these examples:

Inappropriate movement of vehicles late at night or in the early hours of the morning, e.g. plant and farm machinery as they are normally only ever used legitimately during daylight hours.

Anyone acting in a strange manner or taking photos of unusual places and asking unusual questions

Vehicles and occupants parked up in unusual places for long periods of time.

In the event of any suspicious activity please call it to the Police on 101, or 999 if you think there is a crime occurring at that time, or on line at www.northants.police.uk

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

You may not be aware that Northamptonshire Police's Operation Snap has been set up to help keep our county’s roads as safe as possible.
It allows members of the public to report driving offences in the Northamptonshire area by filling out a form and uploading video evidence they have captured.
Submitted footage and reports are then examined by roads policing officers and can be used to take action against drivers found to be breaking the law.
Northamptonshire Police will investigate the following offences through Operation Snap:
Dangerous driving;
Driving without due care and attention;
Careless driving;
Using a mobile phone while driving;
Not wearing a seatbelt;
Failing to stop at a red traffic light;
Crossing solid white lines;
Offences where a driver is clearly not in proper control of a vehicle.

You will find the form online at.....Operation Snap

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

 

 

sitemap | cookie policy | privacy policy | accessibility statement