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Archive – April, 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.

Appeal following burglary in Lothersdale in the Craven area

Posted on in Local appeals

It happened close to the centre of the village between 6.00pm and 9.20pm on Tuesday 23rd April 2019 and involved entry being forced to the rear of a property. A number of cameras, items of jewellery, gold “Elgin” pocket watches and other items were stolen. Officers have released an image of a distinctive double-sided gold, necklace […]

Inspector Graeme Kynman: quarterly update on local policing in Scarborough

Posted on in News stories

With Scarborough gearing up for a busy summer ahead, here he provides an update on local policing activities in the area. Improving the quality of life for our residents and businesses Our Safer Neighbourhood Team, now known as the Community Impact Team, has been busy working hard to identify the issues which have the most […]

Appeal following an assault near York

Posted on in Local appeals

It happened at around 8:20pm on Monday 15 April 2019 and involved two men, who both got out of their vehicles. The victim was in a while Vauxhall Van and the other man was in a silver VW Polo. As a result of the assault, the victim, a man in his twenties from York, suffered […]

Statement following the death of a man who entered the River Ouse in York

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Officers were alerted by CCTV operators to suspicious activity in the area of King’s Staith at around 1.19am. Police officers were dispatched to the scene, but on police arrival a man ran off from the officers and entered the River Ouse a short time later. A search was carried out involving York Rescue Boat and […]

North Yorkshire Police launches PCSO recruitment campaign

North Yorkshire Police launches PCSO recruitment campaign

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The campaign is part of a wider recruitment plan to boost the number of frontline police working across North Yorkshire’s communities – as pledged by the elected Police, Fire & Crime Commissioner, Julia Mulligan, when she raised the Precept earlier this year. Police Community Support Officers (or PCSOs) are paid employees who work alongside warranted […]