22 Oct 2015
Hull: Do you know next of kin?

Following the sudden death of Roy William March, whose date of birth was March 15 1946, of Littleham Close, Bransholme the Coroner for Hull and East Yorkshire has requested assistance in locating his next of kin.

Mr March died at home and there are no suspicious circumstances.

22 Oct 2015
Barton-on-Humber: Does anyone know whereabouts of boy?

Police are concerned for the welfare of a teenage boy who is missing from Barton-on-Humber.

Bradley Wells (16) has been missing since Wednesday October 14.

He is described as white, approximately 5ft 8ins tall, medium build, with short, curly, blond hair.

22 Oct 2015
Humberside Police supports the Crimestoppers and World Animal Protection Wildlife Crime week.

Wildlife crime can take many forms: from people shooting at birds with air guns to the more organised crimes of hare coursing & the trade in endangered species.  However, all wildlife crimes involve the exploitation and abuse of wild animals.

22 Oct 2015
North Ferriby: Appeal for information about garage burglary and help to recover stolen property.

An appeal is being made to anyone who may be able to help with the investigation into a burglary at a household garage on Station Road in North Ferriby.

The garage was broken into between 10pm on Monday October 5 and 8am the following day.

22 Oct 2015
Hessle: Did you see anything suspicious?

Police are appealing for information after a house in Hessle was burgled and high value jewellery and electrical items stolen.

Between 1am and 4.30am on Thursday October 1 the house on Ferriby Road was entered via a utility window was had been left unlocked.

22 Oct 2015
Beverley and Willerby: Warning of possible national bank card scam

A warning is being sent of a possible national card scam which appears to have hit Beverley and Willerby, in East Yorkshire.

On August 20 a 76-year-old was approached in Morrisons Supermarket car park in Beverley.

22 Oct 2015
Appeal for witnesses

Officers are investigating a deliberate fire at a flat on Benedict Avenue, which caused extensive damaged and left a man needing hospital treatment for smoke inhalation.

At 8pm on Saturday evening (October 17, 2015) a fire was started in a communal area of a shared ground floor flat on Benedict Road in Hull.

22 Oct 2015
Did you witness this?

A number of cars were damaged overnight whilst parked on the roadside of Colville Avenue and Sherwood Drive, Anlaby Common on Thursday October 15, 2015.

A black Ford CMAX had £500 worth of damage caused when a sharp tool was used to scratch the full length of the drivers side of the car.

22 Oct 2015
Cyber Security - Has It Clicked?

Would you like an easy way of showing your business can be trusted when it comes to cyber security – and a quick way of spotting which firms also make the grade?

Then sign up for the Cyber Essentials scheme – an initiative launched by the Government as part of its National Cyber Security Strategy in June 2014, which aims to make the UK a safer place to conduct business online.

22 Oct 2015
Being You Is Not A Crime - Targeting You Is

Humberside Police is to help provide Hate Crime Awareness Training as part of continued drive to highlight that Being You Is Not A Crime – But Targeting You Is.

Working in partnership with the Humber All Nations Alliance (HANA) and Hull City Council, the event will be open to the public, with the aim of spreading the word to as many people as possible.

22 Oct 2015
Grimsby: Who was this man?

Police are concerned for the welfare of a man believed to have been injured in Grimsby earlier this week.

A member of the public contacted the force shortly after 7am on Tuesday October 20 to report that he had been approached by a man in the Corporation Road area who was asking for help.

21 Oct 2015
Humberside response to national report

As part of its annual inspections into police effectiveness, efficiency and legitimacy (PEEL), HMIC has today published their report on Police Efficiency. Please see the attached YouTube video which shows Chief Constable Justine Curran discussing the report.

In response to that publication, Chief Constable Justine Curran said: