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Police are warning that robust action will be taken following eight days of high level anti-social behaviour in York.
At around 4pm on Monday 14 August 2017, unknown offender(s) have set fire to a pile of tyres located at the rear of the field adjacent to Elvington Lane. Six fire engines attended the scene, swiftly gaining control of the fire and therefore protecting neighbouring properties including farm houses and building containing livestock. We are […]
It happened near the bank of the River Foss, off Church Lane, between 6.30pm and 7pm on 10 August 2017 and involved a male youth who punched the older male victim in the mouth. As a result of the assault, the victim lost three of his front teeth. The victim attended York District Hospital where […]
At 10.15am on 3 August 2017, a member of the public called North Yorkshire Police to make a report of suspicious behaviour.
At about 12.40pm on Sunday 30 July 2017, a group of people were approached by store security in Debenhams at Monks Cross, York. The group dropped some items of clothing and made off from the shop in a blue Citroen C3. Details of the vehicle were passed to North Yorkshire Police Roads Policing Group patrols, […]
North Yorkshire Police are working with York City Football Club Foundation and PlayFootball to engage different local communities in a football tournament later this year. On Sunday 3 September, a seven-a-side football tournament will take place at PlayFootball pitch on Stirling Road, Clifton Moor. The aim is for community groups, including young people and minority […]