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Protect your car as well as your house from burglars

North East Lincolnshire

12th November 2019

Protect your property.

Officers from North East Lincolnshire are issuing warnings and advice to owners of high value cars after receiving a number of reports of thefts of vehicles being stolen after house burglaries.

Car keys are being taken from properties and used to steal cars from outside. Enquiries are underway to find out if these cars are being stolen to order, or by opportunist thieves.

Detective Chief Inspector Doug Blackwood, from Grimsby CID, said: “I am seeing more examples of burglary related car thefts in and around the North East Lincolnshire area, and we have very active lines of investigation currently ongoing to find those responsible.

Make sure all doors are secure.

“At the moment we have a number of individuals who we are looking closely at.

“There are lots of things that car-owners can do themselves to protect their vehicles, particularly those who have high value cars that may be more desirable to potential thieves.

“Never leave your car keys on show through a window or door when not using them. Do not leave them in locks, on a hallway table or shelf and never in reach of a letterbox or cat flap. Criminals may use tools to steal the keys without forcing entry to the property.

“If you have a garage, keep your vehicle safe inside it.

“If you have to park your vehicle on your driveway or on the street, consider using additional security devices. Make sure the area is well lit, ensure the vehicle is locked and that nothing of value is left in it (for example. tools, laptops, money, dash cams, sat-navs).

“If you have gates securing your driveway area, make sure they are closed and locked If required.

“Consider getting a professionally fitted car alarm and/or an immobiliser.

“Fit motion sensor outside lights, and if possible, CCTV. This includes in the back garden and a house alarm. Also if you have two vehicles and one is of less value than the other, then think about ‘blocking’ your more expensive car in.

“We are seeing that these offences happen at night, often through the rear of properties. There are a number of very simple, common-sense security measures that car-owners can make.

“They just have to make them.

“If you see anything suspicious, especially people who you might not recognise last hanging around at night, then please get in touch.

“Call us on 101, 999 in an emergency or the independent charity Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111 if you want to remain anonymous.”

https://www.humberside.police.uk/protect-your-vehicle

Another car crashes and flips on Brereton Ave Cleethorpes last night

It happened around 12.20 am near the junction of Pendreth Place.

There was another car crash on Brereton ave last night.  

The red car ended up on its side after hitting another car. Witnesses said there was a male and female who left the vehicle after the accident. 

 

Scene of the crash on last night on Brereton Ave near junction of Pendreth place . Picture: © Cleethorpes News 24

Witnesses also said, The male from out of the car waited at the scene and its believed he passed a roadside breathalyser.

The female from the car was heard asking, could someone get her a taxi as she needed to be home for her kids. .

Another car was damaged in the crash last night : Picture: © Cleethorpes News 24

Its is believed the police didn’t arrive until a around a hour after,But this hasn’t been confirmed.

More details will follow when known.

Coming soon to Comley Cameras pop up Christmas studio

Ideal Christmas photo gifts for family and friends.

Comley cameras on St Peter’s Avenue Cleethorpes, will be holding a pop up Christmas studio on certain days in November.

Why not bring the kids in to have a Christmas photo with their brothers,sisters or other family members.

Ideal Christmas gift to give or surprise your family 

The pop up studio stars on the 2nd November, Then the 9th, 16th, and the 30th.

Tell your friends and share around for others to see.

Comley Cameras 

7 St Peters Avenue Cleethorpes.

 

Fire Smoke and water damage caused by carelessly discarded smoking materials

Fire service and ambulance service were called out to a fire on Grimsby Road Cleethorpes this afternoon

Emergency services were called out to a property on Grimsby road earlier this afternoon : Video © Cleethorpes News 24

A property on Grimsby road Cleethorpes was partially damaged today after carelessly discarded smoking materials were discarded.

The discarded materials caused a mattress to catch fire and fills room with smoke.

One male in the property tried to extinguish the fire but couldn’t do it.

Two fire appliances and two East Midlands Ambulances arrived on the scene to delay with the incident.

Fire personnel used one hose reel, two BA units, A thermal imaging camera and a POV fan was also used.

Three adult males were led to safety from the property. One male received Oxygen therapy.

Three male casualties were given precautionary check ups on scene from the ambulance service.

After the incident was dealt with, The fire service installed smoke detectors and activated them and gave the males advice.

The occupier was advised to contact a an electrician before leaving the scene.

Murder charge for man in relation to death of Shaun Lyall in Cleethorpes

9th September 2019

A man who was arrested and charged in connection with the death of Shaun Lyall in Cleethorpes has now been charged with murder.  

Whittle has been charged with murder.

Craig Whittle, 45, from Corporation Road in Grimsby was initially charged in July with assisting an offender. It follows Mr Lyall’s death at a property on Sidney Street in Cleethorpes on 17 July 2018. 

The charges have now been reviewed by a senior barrister. Today at Grimsby Crown Court Mr Whittle was told he will now face a murder charge.

Shaun Lyall

He also faces charges of attempting to cause GBH, possessing a knife in a public place, and two counts of possessing a class A drug with intent to supply. These were in relation to an incident in Blackpool in Lancashire on 13 July 2018.

Craig Whittle is due to appear before Sheffield Crown Court in December. 

As our investigations continue, we are still looking for Abdi Ali, 29, in connection with the murder of Mr Lyall. 

Abdi Ali (below) is originally from Somalia and has links to the Grimsby area, Sheffield, London, Lancashire, South Yorkshire, Merseyside, Manchester, Milton Keynes, Lincolnshire, and Cleveland. 

If you have any further information about his whereabouts please contact us on 999 or 101 quoting log 517 of 17 July 2018.

We again advise that he is not approached. Please call the police in the first instance.

Fence set alight last night at McDonalds Grimsby Road damage caused to neighbouring house.

Fire started at 6.30pm and damaged windows to neighbouring property on Imperial Avenue.

Damage caused by fire to fence and neighbouring property © Video : Cleethorpes News 24

Humberside fire service attended a fire at McDonalds Grimsby Road last night after a fence in their car park was set alight.

A neighbouring property suffered damage to its downstairs windows at the rear of the property.

We will give more details when given.

Pictures and video © Cleethorpes News 24

Teenage girl allegedly assaulted by woman in Cleethorpes

North East Lincolnshire

30th August 2019

A 15-year-old girl has allegedly been assaulted outside a bar in Cleethorpes on Friday 23 August.

The girl was leaving a function at McCormacks Bar at Pleasure Island with her family around 11pm when they were reportedly involved in an altercation with another family who had been at the event.

A woman is said to have assaulted the girl before the pair were split up and left the area.

The suspect has been described as being a white in her mid 30s, around 5 feet 4 with blonde hair. She was wearing a short-sleeved yellow leopard print playsuit with pink sandals.

Did you see anything? If you did, call us on our non-emergency line of 101 quoting log 782 of 23/08/19.

Man arrested following reported rape on Cleethorpes Beach

North East Lincolnshire

30th August 2019

CCTV images. Humberside police

A 44-year-old man has been arrested in connection with a reported rape on Cleethorpes Beach on Thursday 22 August. He remains in our custody at this time whilst our enquiries continue. 

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 on the scene and an investigation was launched. 

Senior Investigating Officer Detective Chief Inspector Chris Calvert said: “Investigations into the reported rape have led to the arrest of a man who is currently in custody assisting with our enquiries.  

“We are keen to trace any potential witnesses and want to hear from anyone that was in the Cleethorpes Promenade area between 11pm on Wednesday 21 August or 00:15 the following morning, Thursday 22 August. 

“As part of our enquiries we have looked at the local CCTV footage from the area between these times and we have identified a number of people from this that we believe may be witnesses. 

“These photos show a number of cars in the area at the time and we are asking for the people that were in these vehicles to come forward as we believe that they may be witnesses. 

“I want to be really clear that we do not believe that these people were involved in the incident, however they may have seen or heard something that could help our investigations.

“If this is you, or you have any information about this incident, please call us on 101 quoting log 14 of 22/08/19, or if you want to remain anonymous please call the independent charity Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.” 

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