ATTEMPTED SHEEP RUSTLING Arrunden, Oct 5. Three suspects went into field and started chasing sheep around in attempt to catch them. Suspects disturbed and made off in green Honda Jazz car.
BURGLARYNew Mill, Oct 7. Suspect got into communal area of flats and pulled door off electric box. Thirstin Mills, Thirstin Road, Honley, Oct 7. Raider climbed on to roof of dyeworks and stole lead flashing. He made off in a flat bed van-type vehicle.
VEHICLE CRIMEHolmfirth, Oct 7. Paving stone used to smash nearside rear window and vehicle windscreen. Elephant & Castle Inn, Hollowgate, Holmfirth, Oct 8. Thief smashed driver’s side quarterlight to get into car and stole various power tools. Cinderhills, Oct 10. Sneak thief opened unlocked vehicle on driveway and stole laptop, sat-nav and wallet. Holmbridge, Oct 11. Raider stole black Mitsubishi L200 pickup truck registration P8 SGB. Meltham, Oct 10. Vandal damaged four corners of the back windscreen. Window shattered when complainant shut car door.
NEIGHBOURHOOD POLICING TEAM UPDATEHolmfirth Police Station will host Holme Valley Police and Communities Together PACT meetings at 6pm on the following dates: next Thursday October 20, Thursday, November 17 and Thursday, December 15.The meetings are for members of the public to tell police their problems and what they think local crime priorities should be. If you cannot attend a meeting you can contact NPT officers by phone, letter, e-mail, stop us in the street while walking out and about in your area. Telephone: 01484-436855. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
CRIME PREVENTION TIPS
AT HOMESecure all doors and windows when you leave the house and before going to bed.Keep all keys out of sight and do not leave them in the back of the door.Consider fitting additional key operated locks for ground floor as added strength.Consider fitting external lighting with movement detectors and timers on internal lights.
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IN THE CARDon’t leave anything on show in your vehicle.Lock items in your boot if possible.Do not leave your sat-nav lead showing, as it could suggest that the sat-nav is still in the car.For more crime prevention advice, contact your local officer through 0845-6060606, ext 38839.
LOCAL POLICE PRIORITIES IN YOUR AREAHolme Valley North – target anti-social behaviour and criminal damage in Honley.