A second arrest has been made by detectives investigating a break-in at a property in the Park Ward area of Grimsby this morning (Sunday, June 16).
We were called at around 9.30am today after the occupants of the house awoke to discover there had been a break-in and that two blue Nissans – a Qashqai and a Micra – had been taken from the drive.
Earlier today, a 24-year-old man was arrested on suspicion of burglary and driving offences after officers searching for the vehicles spotted one matching the description of the Qashqai in Victor Street. However, the driver failed to stop and drove off at speed.
Our officers brought the car safely to a stop in Asda car park and the man was arrested.
This afternoon the second vehicle was recovered from the Naseby Drive area and a 15-year-old boy was arrested on suspicion of burglary.
Both remain in our custody, helping us with our enquiries.
Detective Chief Inspector Doug Blackwood said: “I would like to thank everyone who has been in touch with us with information about the incident.
“With your assistance we have been able to trace both vehicles and should soon have them back with their rightful owner.”
Anyone with any information about the incident is asked to call us on our non-emergency 101 number, quoting log number 180 of June 16.
Police were called to Grant street Cleethorpes last night after a fight broke out on the street.
It’s believed the a group of people were walking down the street arguing when the trouble broke out.
Witnesses said the group were walking down Grant street arguing, When a man is believed to have punched the woman to head and knocked her to the ground.
It’s believed at this point an elderly man tried to intervene in the trouble at this time as the man tried to carry on assaulting the woman.
The elderly man was then assaulted by the man who had punched the woman to the floor.The elderly man was struggling with the man on the floor when police arrived at the scene.
The men were separated and the man who had assaulted the woman was restrained against the van ,handcuffed and placed in the police van.
Blood could be seen on the road and pavement following the assault but was cleared away after the scenes was checked.
Other police officers were looking after the man woman who were assaulted,While officers dealt with the detained Male.
An ambulance was called but there wasn’t one available. The assaulted male was helped in to a community police vehicle were you could see injuries to his face.
The woman who was assaulted was helped and led struggling to a waiting car to be taken away from the scene.
A police officer stated they were called to a disturbance on Grant st around 9.30pm last night and came across a woman was laid on the floor and two males fighting. We detained one male, who we believe is to have assaulted both a woman and another male.
We quickly separated the men and detained one male and the other man was helped by other officers. An officer helped the woman along with we believe a family member to a car to take her away from the scene.
The man who was detained was then taken away in the police van to the Birchin way custody suite to be interviewed.
Detective Chief Inspector Chris Calvert said: “Yesterday we issued an appeal asking the public to help us locate 53-year-old Ian Hamer, who we wanted to speak to in connection with the death of a woman in Worlaby.
“I can confirm that he has now been located and arrested on suspicion of murder. He remains in our custody at this time.
“Thank you to everyone that shared our appeal and called in with information.”
“An investigation was launched after a woman was found dead at a property on Main Street, Worlaby, North Lincolnshire in the afternoon of Monday 6 May.
“Detectives are investigating the circumstances surrounding the death, however at this stage it is thought to be suspicious.
“A scene guard remains in place to enable detectives to carry out their investigations.
“The woman’s family have been informed and are being supported by specialist officers at this difficult time – our thoughts remain with them.
“Anyone with any information is asked to call 101 quoting log 255 of 06/05/19.