There have been no reports of burglary or vehicle crime in the last week.
A garage was broken into on Holt Farm Close where the door was prized open.
A window has been smashed on Holt Park Crescent, the offender has been identified and further enquiries are on going.
There has also been some metal items from a garden stolen on Holtdale Avenue, 1 of the items was an extremely heavy anvil which would have required 2 people to carry the item
and possibly a vehicle to transport it, if you have seen anything please contact us directly or anonymously to Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.
There has also been an attempted robbery occur in the ginnel that runs alongside of Holt Farm Rise leading towards the car park area. A knife was produced but was not used and nothing was stolen. This occurred at 2300 on the 10th March but was reported to ourselves at a later date hence why it is featuring on this weeks update.
The description given of the offender is:
a white male, stocky muscular build, approx 5ft 8inch tall, late 30’s to early 40’s wearing a dark hooded top with a Nike tick on it and he talked in a Yorkshire accent with a deep voice. If anyone knows anything about this terrible crime please do not hesitate to contact us.
ASB has remained low in the last week. All local priorities have been
patrolled on a daily basis. Various groups have been advised regards loud behaviour in and around the shopping mall. On the 15th PCSO Reardon had a report made to him of youths smoking cannabis in the mall, although no dates or times could be provided.
On the 16th traffic was monitored onHoltdale Approach, due to the fog motorists were not using their fog lights and we received some complaints from local residents. This was indeed the case and the matter was discussed with the Holt Park TARA regards the possibility of trying to make the area around the school a 20mph zone as this is probably the best way of dealing with the traffic issues.
On the 18th PCSO King reports no traffic issues at Ralph Thoresby.
Security at Asda suffered abuse from 2 females on the 19th, both were identified and spoken to but deny the allegations, 1 of the parents intervened and removed the girls from the area.
On the 20th PCSO Salkeld spoke to a local youth in front of his parents regards his recent erratic behaviour and general association with unsavoury characters on the estate.
Speed Indication Device has not been deployed
Arrests of note:
A 24 year old from Burmantofts has been arrested for a public order offence after disorder on Holt Road, further enquiries continue
A 19 year old female from Cookridge has been arrested for being drunk and disorderly on Holtdale Way following reports of a female shouting and
screaming at various locations around the estate, she has been charged
A 32 year old male from Tinshill has been arrested for a robbery that took
place on Holt Farm Rise, further enquiries continue
A local 20 year old male was detained by a PCSO on Holt Crescent after he
was found to be in possession of cannabis, he was given a street caution
A very extensive crime report this week with lots of useful information. Please use on the sharing buttons below to help keep everyone in our local area informed of these updates.