St Mary's

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Meet Your Team

Insp Paul Gladstone
Insp Paul Gladstone
Sgt Lucy Kevan
Sgt Lucy Kevan
PC 1814 Katie Bunce
PC 1814 Katie Bunce
PCSO 7672 Anna Lindley
PCSO 7672 Anna Lindley
PCSO 7770 Sandra Coneyworth
PCSO 7770 Sandra Coneyworth

Community Alerts

BACK TO SCHOOL (Humberside Police)

Tuesday, 7 Sep 2021 14:04
Humberside Police
Community Safety News

Investment Fraud Crime Prevention Advice (Humberside Police)

Thursday, 2 Sep 2021 12:09
Humberside Police
Residential: Scam alert

Do not let this harvest be a good one for thieves (Humberside Police)

Monday, 2 Aug 2021 14:44
Humberside Police
Rural Matters

PRESTON: 33 year old Shetland Pony stolen (Humberside Police)

Sunday, 18 Jul 2021 21:36
Humberside Police
Rural Matters

Burglary Hull Bridge road Beverley (Humberside Police)

Monday, 5 Jul 2021 08:47
Humberside Police
Residential: Burglary alert

Farm Machinery Thefts (Humberside Police)

Saturday, 3 Jul 2021 10:02
Humberside Police
Business: Burglary alert

What's Happening In Your Area?


Vehicle crime  2 reports across St Marys Ward last month which involved unknown persons steal victim’s car keys and mobile phone from his pocket by unknown means and then steal victims work van from the street before making off.  Vehicle is eventually located some days later and enquiries are ongoing.  A further 5 reports across Minster & Woodmansey Ward, one of which involved unknown suspect approaching victims vehicle and cause damage to the door in an attempt to gain entry.  Another vehicle had both their front and rear plates removed whilst it was parked and secure.

Please contact us on 101 or ring Crime Stoppers on 0800 555 111 if you know who is responsible.

Burglary reports – 3 residential burglaries reported in the Month of August across St Marys Ward, one of which involved suspects forcing entry to a garage by prising open the door and once inside steal 2 x pedal cycles and tools from within before making off.  A further 3 business burglaries have been reported one of which was to a local antique store within the Butcher Row area stealing possibly £1000’s worth of jewellery.  Enquiries are in the early stages.  Meanwhile across Minster and Woodmansey Ward suspects have forced entry to a garage of a property by way of cropping the lock for access.  Conducting an untidy search once inside and take and off road bike along with 2 e bikes and some gardening equipment to the value of £18,000 before making off.  A semi-detached property was entered by an unlocked side door and once inside steal victim’s door and car keys from within before stealing their vehicle which was parked at the front of the property.  Enquiries are underway.  A further 4 business burglaries were reported in the month of August of which 2 were attempts made to the Lake minster Lodge and Caravan Site in Woodmansey and an attempt was made to gain entry to a shed which contained a dumper truck and digger before being disturbed by residents on site.  The same happened again a few nights later.  A building site was entered during closing hours by cutting the bolt locks to gain entry, stealing tools from within before making.   Enquiries are underway.


Shop theft  At least 18 reports across both Wards during August some of which are still under investigation. 

 Please contact us on 101 or ring Crime Stoppers on 0800 555 111 if you know who is responsible.

Criminal damage – 4 reports made across St Marys Ward last month, one of which was youth related involving youths throwing tins of beans to victim’s property wall and window.   A clothing store within Toll Gavel was the subject of criminal damage to the double glazed door causing the glass to shatter within.  A male was arrested from a public house after being asked to leave by the manager resulting in said male punching a pane of glass in the door and causing it to smash.  Male is later arrested.  Several reports across Minster and Woodmansey Ward last month, damage was caused to one property by throwing an item at the door causing it to smash.  A group of youths have also caused damage to the Armstrong Club by using spray paint to damage walls and flooring.  A theatre has on two separate occasions had apples thrown at their windows causing the heritage panes of glass to smash.


Please contact us on 101 or ring Crime Stoppers on 0800 555 111 if you know who is responsible.



Ward Priorities for September 

Personnel from the Leconfield Barracks are regularly causing issues in both St MARYS and MINSTER & WOODMANSEY WARDS.  During September patrols will be present within the Anti Social Behaviour hotspots the personnel frequent such as car parks and the Westwood and we will engage with them were we can and where it presents deal positively using ASB / Criminal frameworks.

Continued hi visibility patrols have led to a reduction in calls for service to TICKTON BRIDGE. There has been a huge reduction compared to this time last year.  During September patrols will continue to  deal with any person breaching the PSPO via the agreed process with the council, as well as dealing positively with any offences presented. We will continue to keep up the level of patrols within the area building relationships up with the youths who attend to prevent reattendances along with positive action taken where possible against ASB / Crimes in the area. Due to the upcoming seasonal change the weather will soon negate any realistic prospect of incident occurring.   

Humber Talking

Humber talking is currently being done in Tickton to link into the ASB issues at the Bridge.



Road Safety  As children return to school in September, the Neighbourhood Police Teams top tips for ensuring children and parents are ready for the journey ahead and can stay as safe as possible.

Families are being advised to take to two wheels or travel on foot if they can and plan out journeys to allow extra time as an increase in traffic is expected.

Community Officers have invited families to “rethink how they travel” encouraging all to walk and cycle where possible, especially for families that live within a mile of their school.

Last Updated 17 Sep 2021

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