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Here are the latest crimes recorded on our systems for Melton Mowbray and the surrounding villages.  If after reading this update there is anything you would like to notify Leicestershire Police about please make contact via Neighbourhood Link.
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Jul 18th (23:00) – Jul 19th (06:00): Algernon Road, Melton Mowbray – secure bike (Carrera Axle 18” frame men’s) stolen from bike rack.
Jul 20th (00:40): Drummond Walk, Melton Mowbray – neighbour observes male on ladder trying to steal lead from neighbour’s flat roof. There was a small car waiting and the thief made off on a red motorbike.
Jul 20th (17:01 – 17:05): Nottingham Street, Melton Mowbray – known female shoplifter steals approximately £250 worth of make-up from a retail premises.
Jul 23rd (13:20): Bradgate Lane, Asfordby – unknown male suspect steals 2 bottles of gin from a supermarket.
Jul 23rd (14:45 – 18:35): Dalby Road, Melton Mowbray – secure bike stolen from swimming bath’s cycle rack.
Jul 23rd (15:20 – 15:45): Sherrard Street, Melton Mowbray – known shoplifter steals several items from a retail premises.
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Arson: Jul 19th (23:45): Gated Road, John O’Gaunt – barn containing large quantity of hay (and vehicle used by suspects) set on fire.
Jul 20th (14:00 – 20:00): Main Street, Stathern - secure vehicle damaged by having all four panels keyed.
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