It happened on Manor Garth between 8am and 7.30pm on Wednesday 8th November 2017. The suspects entered the property via a rear glass door which was smashed and a thorough, untidy search of the property was carried out and a large amount of jewellery was taken. We are conducting enquiries and are requesting the public’s assistance, and are appealing […]
Archive – November, 2017
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They happened during the day while the owners were out on Wednesday 15 November 2017. Two properties were entered by the offenders who went on to search the homes and steal items of jewellery. It is believed that residents who live within the villages may have seen unfamiliar vehicles or people and this may assist police with any information they […]
The injured man, who is in his 80s, is believed to have had an altercation with an elderly couple in a blue vehicle in Sainsbury’s car park on Wetherby Road. It resulted in the pedestrian falling to the ground and receiving his injuries. He was treated by ambulance staff. It happened at 5.30pm yesterday (16 […]
At 9pm on Friday 10 November 2017, the victim was waiting for the number 5 bus from the bus stop near the Londis petrol station on Strensall Road in Strensall. He was then approached by three men from a group of nine and was punched in the face and hit over the head with a […]
It happened at a home on Rothbury Street on Tuesday, 14 November 2017. The stolen items include: A Giant Trace mountain bike, predominantly black in colour with light blue motives around the bottom of the seat post, to the bottom of the stem and on the rear triangle. 1 x gold watch marked Royal London […]
It happened at McColl’s, High Street, Starbeck at 1.10am on Thursday 16 November 2017 and involved two males forcing entry to the store and stealing a quantity of cigarettes from within. Witnesses described seeing two young men, dressed in dark clothing with one was carrying a black holdall, making off on foot onto Albert Place. […]