We want to trace a man in connection with an incident of robbery at a Grimsby shop during which a shop worker was allegedly threatened.
It happened at the business on Farebrother Street around 7pm on Friday 29 November.
A man wearing dark clothing, a black puffa jacket with the hood up, and a scarf around his face demanded that the woman behind the counter open the till. It’s said he was holding what looked like a blade at the time.
The shop assistant ran into a back room to call the police, while the suspect stole a quantity of cigarettes and tobacco before leaving.
He was on a bike and believed to have ridden off down Patrick Street under the subway towards Hainton Avenue.
Did you see anything? Can you help? Please quote reference number 16/130405/19.
GRIMSBY Officers are investigating reports of an attempted robbery in the Scartho Road area of Grimsby shortly after 9.30am on Monday 18 November.
A 15-year-old girl was walking along the footpath that leads from Scartho Road to Weelsby Avenue when she was reportedly approached by a woman.
The woman spoke to the girl before allegedly trying to take her handbag.
The girl managed to get away with her handbag, suffering what are thought to be minor injuries to her hand.
The woman was said to be in her 30s, around 5ft 4ins tall, of medium build, with short dark brown hair and glasses. She was wearing a red hat and cream coloured trousers.
We are asking anyone who was in the area and saw anything that may help with our enquiries to get in touch by calling 101 quoting crime reference 16/126245/19. Alternatively you can call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.
Can you help us find missing 14 year old Scarlett Lewis? She was last seen at around 7.00am on Monday, November 11 around the area of Fountains Avenue, Grimsby.
Scarlett is described as being around 5ft 4ins tall, of slim build with really light blonde hair tied up in a messy bun. She was last seen wearing a black blazer with green on it, shiny black puffer coat with a fur hood, black trousers and black ballet shoes. She was carrying a plain black River Island handbag.
If you see Scarlett or know where she is please call us on 101 quoting log 298 of 11/11/2019
We are releasing CCTV footage of an assault and attempted robbery on a man at the Fisherman’s Wharf in Grimsby on Monday 9 September at around 8.15pm.
We are appealing for help to identify the men shown in this CCTV footage. We also have captured stills from the footage, which we know are not the greatest quality but hopefully along with the footage might help people ID them.
“He suffered cuts and bruising to his head and body and is still struggling to come to terms with the attack.
“We have followed up a number of lines of enquiry since the incident and are now asking for help to ID the men shown in this footage, if you can help please give me a call.”
If you can help with our investigation please call our non-emergency number 101 quote log 548 09/09/19 and ask for Detective Chris Clarke.
An investigation has been launched into a reported rape in Cleethorpes in the early hours of Thursday 22nd August.
We were called just after midnight to reports that a woman had been found on the beach near to Central Promenade in a distressed state.
Officers were quickly in attendance to support her, An investigation has now been launched.
We are very keen to speak with four potential witnesses who were in the area at the time, and are appealing for them and anyone else with information to come forward.
Senior Investigating Officer Detective Chief Inspector Chris Calvert said: “I want to trace any potential witnesses who were on and around Central Promenade in Cleethorpes earlier in the night who may have seen the woman walking in the direction of the pier.
“I know there were two cars parked on Central Promenade at the time of the alleged incident. One of the cars contained a man and woman who spoke with a CCTV operator who helped the woman.
“There was also a man and woman in another car nearby who were eating a McDonald’s meal.
“I want these witnesses to contact us as soon as possible as they may hold crucial evidence that could help. I would like to make it clear that they are not suspects.
“I also want to make it very clear that we are not linking this to any other ongoing investigation. I want to reassure the wider public that I believe this to be an isolated incident, and there have been extra police patrols in that area of Cleethorpes since.
“If you have any information please contact us on 101 quoting log 14 of 22/08/19.
“If you want to remain anonymous please call the independent charity Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.”