Burbage policing update

Burbage policing update

Please be mindful of rogue traders in the area. If anyone cold calls, never give them cash or agree to work on the spot. We have had an incident this week in the Boyslade Road area where there has been a report of a resident being scammed out of money. We are working to try and identify those involved and to safeguard the victim involved. Please keep a look out for friends, family and neighbours.

It is normally the elderly or vulnerable that get targeted by these types of criminals. Please call 101 or 999 immediately if you have any concerns. Details such as vehicle registration details are critical in helping us locate suspects. As a general security measure, please try and limit how much cash you keep in your property as this limits the damage that can be done if you were to be scammed or burgled.

Please see Action Fraud for further support https://www.actionfraud.police.uk/ A suspicious van has been noticed by residents around St James Close around 01:10 on Monday 25th April. If you have any CCTV or information relating to this vehicle, please get in touch. We had had no reports of crime in the area relating to this.

No further issues relating to vehicle crime or residential burglary which is great. During patrols overnight on the 23rd of April, officers completed a stop check of a vehicle in the Rugby Road, Sketchley Lane area. One person was arrested.

On the 24th of April officers made one arrest following a road traffic incident of Sapcote Road. Just to keep you updated on our work around road safety in Burbage. Officers from the traffic and signals department (LCC) will be visiting the area to assess for the potential need of road safety measure such as bollards, Zebra crossings etc in the Sketchley Primary School area.

We also have some plans going forward over the coming months which we will keep you informed of.

Road traffic incident on Windsor street where a vehicle has been hit and the other driver appears to have left the scene. The incident happened on the 24th of April at around 21:40 near Freemans Lane.

You can report these types of incidents online https://www.leics.police.uk/ 101 or 999. This incident is currently under investigation. If you have any information, please get in touch. Darren.stretton@leics.police.uk

We have been completing patrols and crime prevention support in areas such as Frezenberg Close, Church Street and Boyslade Road amongst others. This includes leaflet drops and speaking to local residents.

Darren Stretton (Police, PCSO 6035, Hinckley and Blaby NPA, Burbage)

Posted: Wed, 27 Apr 2022 21:06 by Parish Council

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