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Archive – July, 2019

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Thieves cut a hole in the wall to steal £117,000 of juicers

Posted on in Local appeals

It happened on Harrier Court, Elvington between 5pm on Thursday (18 July 2019) and 8.45am on Friday (19 July). Thieves removed the cladding to the industrial unit, making a hole in the wall to gain entry to the warehouse. After going inside, they stole a large number of juicers. Police are requesting the public’s assistance […]

Man indecently exposed himself in Nidd Gorge

Posted on in Local appeals

The incident occurred near the footbridge towards the Scotton end of the Nidd Gorge walk at approximately 4.25pm yesterday. Two members of the public were approached by a naked man who fled the location once police were called. He is described as approximately 5ft 10ins tall, very thin with a pale skin tone and aged […]

25 new Police Officers take up their duties

25 new Police Officers take up their duties

Posted on in News stories

For the past 19 weeks, the trainee Officers have been taking part in a comprehensive training programme that involves classroom learning, practical tasks and assessments. On 19 July they took part in a Passing Out ceremony that marks the end of their initial training.  They will now be posted out across the region to take […]

Two-week firearms surrender campaign begins in North Yorkshire

Posted on in News stories

North Yorkshire Police is joining forces across the country in appealing for people to hand in unwanted guns with a two-week surrender of firearms and ammunition, starting today (20 July). Although offences linked to firearms are extremely rare in York and North Yorkshire, many such weapons are held in innocence and ignorance of their illegality […]