Goole: Help Identify Thieves and Prevent Rural Crime
Humberside Police were called by a resident of Main Street in Gowdall, Goole after four sheep had been stolen from their farm and the owner subsequently found the skins discarded in the field on Saturday May 23.
Officers have made enquiries into this incident but as yet no suspect has been identified.
Police are appealing for witnesses following an attempted robbery inside the men’s toilets at the McDonald’s restaurant on Victoria Street, Grimsby at around 10.55am on Monday May 25. A 16-year-old boy was in the toilets when an unknown man demanded he hand over his wallet before attempting to punch him. The boy managed to run off. The boy had no injuries and the wallet was not stolen.
Bilton: Appeal to find stolen bikes and identify those responsible
Humberside Police are investigating the burglary of a summerhouse on Dawney Road in Bilton. Intruders broke into the garage at the rear of the house between 10pm May 20 and 5am May 21. Two tandem bikes were stolen. The bikes are described as a blue/green metallic tandem racing bike and a bright yellow tandem with black mudguards.
Bridlington: Criminal Damage to vehicle appeal to identify man
A man is alleged to have kicked out at a passing car and caused damage. The incident happened on South Marine Drive at approximately 730pm on May 5 (the night of the Prodigy concert at Bridlington Spa).
The car was a yellow Ford Fiesta with a black and white chequered roof.
Grimsby: Appeal for witnesses and help to find those responsible
POLICE are appealing to anyone who may be able to help with their enquiries into a burglary which happened at 5pm on May 27 on Pheonix Street, Grimsby.
An elderly woman was unlocking her front door when a man engaged her in conversation he then managed to slip past her as she put her walker away. He entered her home and stole a wallet and purse which contained cash.