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  • Lincolnshire Police fraud officers raid antiques shop in Cleveland

    By CJHall_LE at 10:30 on 23/09/13
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    Police investigating an alleged fraud in Stamford have raided an antiques shop in Cleveland in the North East. Lincolnshire fraud officers conducted the raid on the shop in High Street in Yarm. The action was part of an investigation which has led to the arrest on Wednesday, September 18 of four men from Lincolnshire and two from Cleveland. Now police want to hear from anyone who may have bought goods at the shop or taken goods there...
  • Police hunting two men who broke into property in Uffington, near Stamford

    By kay_kelly at 15:49 on 18/04/13
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    Police are keen to trace two men following a burglary at a property on Bertie Lane, Uffington, near Stamford, on the evening of the March 15th. At just after 7pm, two offenders in dark clothing were seen running from the property towards the main A1175 road. The intruders entered the side garden of the property and removed the master breaker from the electricity box, cutting all power to the house. They have then used a crow bar,...
  • Lincolnshire Police chief constable Neil Rhodes suspended

    By MarkWilliams at 23:28 on 26/02/13
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    Neil Rhodes, the chief constable of Lincolnshire Police, has been suspended from duty. The temporary chief has been relieved of his duties while "investigations are being considered" into potential conduct matters. Police and Crime Commissioner Alan Hardwick has appointed Alec Wood as acting chief constable with immediate effect. A statement from the commissioner's office said: "It should be emphasised that suspension is a...
  • Stamford residents warned not to fall for cash for goods scam

    By kay_kelly at 08:11 on 25/02/13
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    Stamford residents are being warned not to fall for a cash for goods scam operating in Lincolnshire. Members of the public are being targeted across the county and police are urging people to be on their guard. A Lincolnshire Police spokesman said several methods are being used, but detailed the basic scam. The offender offers a member of the public either a watch or gold ring and asks if the person will give them cash to allow them...
  • Car park ticket machines in Stamford targeted by thieves

    By kay_kelly at 14:33 on 18/02/13
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    Three ticket machines have been broken into and another stolen from car parks in Stamford - costing council tax payers almost £5,000. A machine taken from the Cattle Market car park cost almost £3,000 to replace and another £1,900 has been spent on adapting others to prevent them from being broken into. The ticket machines are among 29 in Stamford and Grantham operated by South Kesteven District Council (SKDC). ...

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