1 Nov 2015
Hessle: Can you help our investigation?

Witnesses are being sought following a collision which is thought to have happened during the early hours of this morning (Sunday 01 November).

Police were called at around 1.54am following the incident which happened on Woodfield Lane close to the junction with Cliff Top Lane in Hessle involving a black Mercedes Vito taxi and a man believed to be aged in his 50s.

30 Oct 2015
Hull: Can you help police locate Piotr Kulasa?

Humberside Police are appealing for help locating a missing Hull man.

42-year-old Piotr Kulasa of Louise Street, Hull was reported missing at 12.25pm on Tuesday October 27 having last been seen earlier the same day. 

30 Oct 2015
Halloween is a time of fun for kids and families. But it’s not fun for everyone.

Humberside Police knows not everyone wants to be involved in Halloween and there are times what seems innocent fun to some people, can bring real fear to elderly or vulnerable residents.

30 Oct 2015
North Lincolnshire/East Yorkshire: Can you help police find missing Bradley Wells (16)

Police are re-appealing for help finding a missing teenage boy from North Lincolnshire following a sighting of him on a bus from Ottringham to Withernsea yesterday (Thursday October 29).

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

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

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

Being You Is Not A Crime but targeting you is – and if you are a victim of hate crime there is a wealth of support and advice available from both the force and its partners.

28 Oct 2015
Cyber Security - Has It Clicked?

Officers from Humberside Police are supporting a new drive to help you separate fraud fact from fraud fiction.

As part of the force’s Cyber Security – Has It Clicked? campaign, experts from the cyber crime and fraud teams are helping to highlight urban myths around scams and online crime.

28 Oct 2015
Barnetby: Did you see anything suspicious?

A micro digger and livestock trailer were stolen from a farm in Barnetby.
The theft happened at some point between the night of Friday, October 23 and the night of Monday, October 26 – though it is believed it is most likely to have been on Monday.
The trailer is around 10ft long and the digger was a JCB 8008.

28 Oct 2015
Scunthorpe: Don't miss out on community engagement events

Do you have something to say about life in communities across Scunthorpe?

If so, make sure you get along to one of two community events being held in the town this week.

27 Oct 2015
Bridlington: Warning to motorists following spate of attempted thefts

Bridlington motorists are being warned to be vigilant about locking their vehicles, after a stereo was stolen and other cars searched by thieves after being found insecure.

The incidents took place during the night of Monday, October 26, when two cars were targeted in Brookland Road and a further vehicle in Burlington Court.

27 Oct 2015
Grimsby: Successful confiscation order made

Almost £150,000 has been paid back to Grimsby’s For Under 5’s nursery chain thanks to a successful confiscation order won by Humberside Police.

Former senior accounts manager Julie Shelton, 51, of Hunters Close, Great Coates was jailed for two years and three months after pocketing more than £171,500 from the firm between 2008 and 2012.

27 Oct 2015
Grimsby: Can you help trace men responsible?

Officers are appealing for information after two men broke into a Laceby pub in the early hours of this morning.

The landlord was alerted to the break-in at around 2.30am today (Monday, October 26) and came down into the pub to find two men, wearing balaclavas.

27 Oct 2015
Scunthorpe: Tracker led officers to stolen vehicles

Two cars stolen from a house in Scunthorpe were traced in South Yorkshire after a tracking device led officers to where one of them had been dumped.

The white Mercedes C Class and white Audi A3 were stolen by thieves who broke into a house in Old School Lane, Keadby, just after midnight this morning. (Tuesday, October 27)

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