Images released after shop thefts totalling over £2,000

Police have released images of a number of men they would like to speak to in relation to a series of thefts from supermarkets over the last month.

Police want to talk to this woman

Do you know this woman?

Bourne Police believe the woman pictured may have information about a theft from Sainsbury’s in the town on Friday, February 10.

Chief Constable for Lincolnshire Police, Bill Skelly, NFU Regional Director for East Midlands, Gordon Corner, Dr Caroline Johnson, MP for Sleaford and North Hykeham, Police and Crime Commissioner for Lincolnshire, Marc Jones, and Mark Leggott, NFU Lincolnshire county chairman.  Photo supplied.

New chief commits to action plan on rural crime

An action plan to tackle rural crime, including hare coursing, has been promised by the new Chief Constable of Lincolnshire Police.

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Police surprised by response for oversubscribed ‘ride along’ scheme

Lincolnshire Police has been so inundated by demand for the chance to see its officers at work that it has put invitations “on hold”.

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Vandals target house in Bourne

Police are looking for vandals who attacked a house in Bourne last weekend.

Bourne and District Neighbourhood Watch is to host Lincolnshire Police and Crime Commissioner Marc Jones at its March meeting.  Photo supplied.

Police and Crime Commissioner to visit Bourne

Bourne and District Neighbourhood Watch is to host Lincolnshire Police and Crime Commissioner Marc Jones at its March meeting.

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Hare coursing news.

Busy weekend for hare coursing in South Holland and Bourne

Police have confirmed a total of 11 incidents of hare coursing dealt with across South Holland and Bourne at the weekend.

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Lincolnshire Police news.

Police warn people about ‘Mr Angry’ prank calls

Police are warning people about prank phone calls which are pre-recorded in readiness for a variety of responses from victims.

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Shane Deakin is wanted by Nottinghamshire Police relating to crime across Lincolnshire, Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire.

Police appeal for public’s help to track down wanted man

Nottinghamshire Police is appealing for help from the public to trace a man who is wanted for conspiracy to commit burglaries across Lincolnshire, Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire.

web standing-images. Sussex Police.

Cash stolen in knifepoint robbery at Portslade shop

Staff at a Co-op store in Portslade were held up by two robbers who made off with cash from the tills and safe.

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St John the Baptist Church, Morton, near Bourne.  SG141012-123TW.

Tool used in attempted burglary at Morton house

A house in Morton was the target of an attempted burglary when a person or gang tried to force open a back window.

Court News

Bourne man’s computer misuse case to go before crown court

A court case involving a 31-year-old man from Bourne facing three charges of computer misuse is to go before a crown court in Northern Ireland.

Hare coursing

Lincolnshire Police prepare for possible hare coursing gathering over the weekend

Lincolnshire Police have received information that there may be a gathering of hare coursers somewhere in the county on Saturday (February 11).

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Mower and tools stolen from Deepings garage

A lawn mower and electrical tools have been stolen from a garage in Deeping St James.

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Torches stolen from house during Bourne burglary

Police are looking for a person or gang forced their way into a house and stole two torches in Bourne.

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NEW BEAT: Lincolnshire Police Chief Constable Bill Skelly.  Photo supplied.

New Chief pledges to serve everyone

Rural crime, “meaningful dialogue” with migrant communities and the “disproportionate effect” of neighbourhood disorder are top priorities for Lincolnshire’s new police chief.

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CCTV issued by Lincolnshire Police

Police release CCTV image following theft from Sainsbury’s in Bourne

Do you recognise the man in this CCTV image?

Arthur Mellar, from Stamford

Trust which runs Burghley House admits health and safety failings after butler’s death

The charity which runs Burghley House near Stamford faces a hefty fine after a butler was crushed to death in a luggage lift.

Detective Inspector Helen Evans with Chief Constable Neil Rhodes ahead of the pairs retirement

Last case to be filed by retired detective Helen

A detective who investigated some of the most shocking crimes committed in Lincolnshire over recent years has cracked her final case.


Police forces propose tax increases

Both Lincolnshire and Leicestershire police forces are proposing a small increase in their portion of the council tax.

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