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Latest Cheshire News
  • Force taking part in national week of action to combat knife crime
  • One dead in horror crash...
  • Man jailed following burglary and car theft crime spree in Wilsmlow and Mobberly
  • New Hidden Harm Team set up to tackle modern day slavery in Warrington
  • Sergeant Promotion Process - One week to go
  • Man charged in connection with three Widnes burglaries

Latest Cheshire Appeals
  • Chester man wanted on recall to prison
  • Police appeal for witnesses after Chester collision
  • CCTV image released in connection with assault in Macclesfield
  • CCTV images released following burglary and car thefts in Rudheath
  • Appeal after man suffers serious burns in Warrington flat fire
  • Robbery at Widnes convenience store
  • CCTV images released following serious assault in Crewe
  • Appeal after two motorbikes stolen in Chester burglary

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