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Alert message sent 30/01/2012 14:42:00
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An arrest has been made in Caunton regarding a theft of a bird table, also in Caunton, unknown offenders have gained access to a property by breaking the padlock, luckily nothing was taken.

At the weekend, the Science Prep room at the Southwell Minster School has been enetered via the roof. A computer has been taken. After viewing CCTV it was found that approx 4 youths were seen to be in the grounds.  If anyone has any information regarding this please call 101 and quote incident number 259-28012012.

We are still recieving calls regarding suspicious vehicles in the rural area's such as Carlton on Trent and North and South Muskham. Vehicles have been spotted driving up residents drives and speeding off when seen. Residents need to keep calling any suspicious activity regarding vehicles and supplying the Police with registration numbers if possible.

Another pleasing weekend in Southwell with no reports of ASB among young people who are behaving extremely well of late, the young people of Southwell deserve a lot of credit for this, long may it continue.

It has been nice to hear the local residents of Southwell saying how pleased they are to see the Police Beat Surgeries being held at the Old Theatre Deli on Queens Street. The dates and times of the next meeting's are advertised on the internet but I will post them at the end of this message.

Thank You.
Rich

Police Beat Surgeries
The Old Theatre Deli, Queens Street - 01/03/2012
                                                                     15/03/2012
                                                                     27/04/2012

PCSO 8254 Richard Dunn - 07595074292
PC 33 Anthony Hayes - 07595074442

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