Police report, January 2014

PCSO Amanda Wooster

PCSO Amanda Wooster

PCSO Wooster reported on crimes for the last month, viz.

  • Theft of a cast iron fireplace that was left outside  – no suspects or witnesses.
  • Burglary Dwelling – Entry gained to insecure property, search made but  nothing stolen.

She reminds you that “I will be at Uplyme Church on Thursday 16th January between 09.00am & 10.00am for any concerns or issues (police related!).” No-one attended the last “Coffee Cop Shop” in December – so if you have any worries, please try and find the time to go along

She did some speed checks in Yawl yesterday, with the following results:

Traffic was monitored both ways between 11.00am & 12.00pm. 92 vehicles passed in the time.

84 of these vehicles passed through within the speed limit; six at 35mph; one at 36mph, one at 37 & one at 38mph.

These checks will be repeated over the next few weeks to see if there is justification for setting up a Speedwatch scheme, and figures will be sent to the Road Casualty Reduction Officer.