Officers were called to Bradley’s Jewellers in Barker’s Arcade (Market Row) at around 10am after a man stole a large amount of jewellery. Then man then ran off down the arcade and into the Applegarth where he rode on a bicycle towards Applegarth Primary School. The man was wearing a crash helmet and boiler suit. […]
Archive – March, 2019
Read the latest local appeals, news stories and missing person alerts. The full list of stories, in date order, is below. But you can use "categories" and "neighbourhoods" to filter your selection.
Sergeant Mike Tinsley of the Scarborough Community Impact Team, said: “On analysis of the recent burglaries it is apparent the offender/s have targeted small business with little, or no obvious security measures in place. We urge business owners to review their current security measures and contact your local Neighbourhood Police Team if you need any advice […]
Detective Superintendent Steve Thomas, who is the operational lead for knife crime in North Yorkshire Police, said: “Reports of tragic and life changing incidents involving knives and weapons have been in the headlines in recent months which reminds us how all too easily a life can be taken away by someone’s reckless choice to carry […]
The incident happened between 1pm and 4pm on 2 March 2019 when Jewellery and other items were taken from the house, including the car keys, which led to the car from the driveway also being stolen. The stolen car is a blue BMW convertible, registration number YE66 HAO. Police are appealing for any witnesses who […]
It happened on Tennyson Avenue between 5.50pm and 8.30pm on 5 March 2019. The motorcycle was found in an alleyway on Tennyson avenue with a substantial amount of damage the following day. Anyone with information that could assist the investigation should contact North Yorkshire Police on 101, select option 2, and ask for Paul O’Neill. […]
The role of women in the police service has evolved significantly in the country in last 100 years. The Women’s Police Service was founded in 1914 and a year later, the first female officer was given the power to arrest. By 1920, 43 police authorities in England and Wales were employing 238 women. It was […]