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POLICE PRIORITIES IN YOUR NEIGHBOURHOOD AREHolme Valley North – To reduce Anti Social Behaviour and Criminal Damage in Honley concentrating on the Roundway estate. Holme Valley South – Tackling anti-social behaviour by local youths gathering in the New Mill area.
PLEA FOR WITNESSESPolice are again appealing for witnesses to a serious road crash on Huddersfield Road, Meltham on Saturday, February 19. The incident happened just before 1.30pm on the junction with Huddersfield Road and Bent Ley Road and involved a black BMW and a Ford Fiesta. Four people were taken to Huddersfield Royal Infirmary. The 56 year old woman driver of the Fiesta and her passenger, a 43 year old man, remained in hospital with serious injuries. The 32 year old driver of the BMW and his female passenger both sustained minor injuries. Anyone with any information or who saw the vehicles prior to the incident is asked to contact Huddersfield Roads Policing on 01484 436847.
VEHICLE CRIMEA thief stole an alloy wheel from a car on Brockholes Lane, Honley. An orange motorcycle YJ58LSL was stolen on Southgate, Honley. Anyone with any information contact the local NPT on 01484436855 or Crimestoppers on 0800555111.
SAFETY TALKSHolme Valley Pcsos Keith Hollick and Jill Chamberlain accepted an invitation to Honley Village Hall to talk to a group of adults with learning difficulties. They spoke about road safety and personal safety which was very well received and both educational and fun.
CRIMINAL DAMAGEThieves kicked in the door of a house on New Road, but no entry was gained.