Local News Update
As promised, here is the crime information for New Waltham Ward for September 2021.
There were fifty four reported crimes across the Humberston & New Waltham Ward for September. Of these, the following have occurred in New Waltham.
* During the evening of 8th September, a home on St Clements Way was entered by climbing through an open bedroom window. The room was searched but nothing was stolen.
* Overnight 11th & 12th September a home on Peaks Lane was entered after the front door glass was smashed. The property was searched. It us unknown if anything was stolen.
* Over the same period, a home on Holme Avenue was entered after the front door was kicked in. Property was stolen.
* An attempt was made to force a double-glazed door at a home on Amethyst Court. The pane shattered which woke the occupant who went to the door disturbing the would-be burglars, who then made off.
* Overnight 22nd & 23rd September a home on Trafalgar Park was entered. Property was stolen.
* A property at Low farm Louth Road was egged by known young males.
* Damage was caused to the bonnet of a car parked on Station Avenue by using an implement to scratch the bodywork.
* Damage to drainpipes at the New Waltham Pavilion caused by youths kicking a ball at the building.
Other crime include:
* One assault.
* Three shop thefts, two from the Co-Op, one from the newsagents on Peaks Lane.
* Two minor public order offences.
* Two offences of malicious communications/harassment
There have six reports of ASB.
* Youths causing annoyance at Greengables x3.
* Motorbikes & mopeds being ridden on St Clements Way causing annoyance x2.
* Eggs thrown at a property on Barbican Way.
How you can help
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We encourage all residents to call and report any issues where they live so that we can deal with any issues and step up our patrols in the area. The number to call for non-emergency issues is 101
If you feel that there are other issues affecting you or your local community that should be given priority, please inform your local councillors or your Neighbourhood Policing Team.
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Only together we can make our area a safe place to live and work.
Cleethorpes Policing Team
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