Tag: Lincolnshire Police

Dog dies after picking up tennis ball in woods near Stamford, and several more fall ill

Police have this evening (Saturday) reported that several dogs have fallen ill and one has died after picking up a tennis ball in woods near Stamford.

In a statement made on its Facebook page, Grantham-based police are warning dog owners who take their dogs to Morkery Woods near Castle Bytham, and Twyford Woods near Colsterworth.

Read more from the Stamford Mercury website.

Operation Mastif – illegal raves

During the spring and summer months Lincolnshire suffers from a number of organised illegal rave gatherings.

Whilst raves are normally located in remote areas, they do have a negative impact on rural communities. They damage land and the environment with waste products, litter, damage to crops and distress live stock in nearby locations.

Bank Holidays are key risk weekends for raves.

Lincolnshire Police would ask members of our communities to be observant. Whilst out and about during normal business please check locations, particularly disused buildings such as barns and other large buildings, for signs of possible preplanning.

  • This will sometimes consist of fences/gates being removed to allow access for cars.
  • Padlocks and chains being cut or broken but then left in situ.
  • Buildings being cleared to allow access for large numbers of ravers.
  • Posts being issued on social media for awareness of up and coming locations.
  • Sightings of large numbers of cars following each other or converging in a rural location.
  • Road markings such as paint marks on the surface.
  • Ribbons on gates and in hedges.

Please report any such information under Operation Mastif on Tel: 101 or alternatively you can report on line:

report.police.uk

If a crime is in progress or there is a threat to life please ring: 999

Hopes that TV documentary could shed light on Alan Wood’s murder

Why was an ordinary man tortured, murdered and mutilated?

That question has haunted Alan Wood’s family, friends and Lincolnshire Police ever since the 50-year-old was found dead in a pool of blood at his home in the tiny hamlet of Lound, near Bourne, on October 24, 2009.

Read more from the Stamford Mercury website.

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