On the 18th of June 2017, St James church in Castle Bytham was the subject of criminal damage. The offender has damaged the door handle, but has not gain entry to the church. If you have any information that may be link to this crime, please report it to the police on 101, quoting incident number 164 – 18/06/2016.
On the morning of the 31st of May 2017, a theft from vehicle overnight was reported on Station Street, Castle Bytham. The offender has approached the vehicle and smashed the driver’s side window to gain access. Once inside the vehicle, the offender made off with a handbag. If you have any information relating to this crime, please contact the Police on 101, quoting 56 – 31/05/2017.
On the 11th of May 2017, a vehicle theft was reported in the village of Castle Bytham. The offender(s) have targeted a small black moped parked in a layby overnight on Station Road and possible loaded it into another vehicle. If you have any information relating to this crime, please contact the Police on 101, quoting incident 164 11/05/2017.
Sometime over the last few weeks, damage has been caused to the play area in Little Bytham, off Creeton Road. The offender has caused damage to the playing equipment using a heavy cutting tool, possible a pair of bolt cutters. If you have any information relating to this crime, please contact the police on 101, quoting incident 83 – 16/03/2017
Another crime I would like to bring to your attention is a shed burglary in the village of Little Bytham. The offence occurred on the allotments off Creeton Road, where a number a hand tools and a tractor top linkage was stolen. The offence occurred between Monday the 13th and Sunday the 19th of March 2017. If you have any information relating to this crime, please contact the police on 101, quoting incident 204 – 20/03/2017.
A garden shed has been broken into on Regal Gardens, Castle Bytham. It is believed to have occurred between 20:00hrs 27/02/17 and 07:00hrs 28/02/17. The suspect/s opened and removed 3 black bags of items.
If you have any information which can assist us please contact us on 101 quoting incident number 421 28/02/17.