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Holsworthy Rural Policing Update


Rural Crime Sutcombe – Damage caused to building blocks.


Pyworthy – Theft of two wooden traditional style horse jump wings and pink plastic jump wing blocks, and two purple plastic wing blocks.


Halwill Junction – Stolen from a vehicle parked on the street - a ruby ring, a diamond bracelet, Paco Raban perfume, a photo card driving licence, an Animal branded multi-coloured handbag, and amock leather purse. The front passenger window was smashed.


Sutcombe – Damage to boundary fence. Clawton – A wooden 5ft gate and eight sheep hurdles were stolen. Ashwater – A concrete cartwheel ornament was stolen from a rural property. Bradworthy – Copper piping, cast iron poles, and barbed wire were stolen. Black Torrington – Damage was caused to wooden gates at Beara Wood


A new way to report fraud


The way in which fraud is reported has changed. Victims of fraud and internet crime should now contact Action Fraud instead of the police.


Fraud is when trickery is used to gain a dishonest advantage (which is often financial) over another person. This new way of working means that all fraud reports are recorded securely, and effectively analysed to help Police tackle fraud nationally.


Action Fraud is the UK’s national fraud reporting centre, and is run by the National Fraud Authority. It has been set up to act as a “one stop” reporting centre for all information about fraud and financially motivated crime.


Call Action Fraud on 0300 123 2040 or contact themvia their website at www.actionfraud.police.uk.


Police call handlers who receive reports of fraud will direct callers to contact Action Fraud. However, there are circumstances when the police should be called and will respond. These are:  If the victim is in immediate danger.  If there is a chance that the suspect could be caught at that time, or there is known local suspect.  If the victim is vulnerable or at risk.


Officers will assist victims in reporting their crime to Action Fraud. PCSO 30103 Beverley Bray, Holsworthy Police Station


Marquee For Hire


The Village Hall owns a marquee which is available for private hire for only £20 a day. Just think – no more worries about rain on your party! To book the marquee, contact Alison on 231196.


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