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Police update Appeal for witnesses to robbery on Rutland Street, Grimsby

It happened around 2.20am this morning a man was seriously injured after being attacked and robbed.

Blood marked scene of the attack on Rutland Street in the early hours of this morning : Video /pictures © Cleethorpes News 24

Police have a released an update to the incident that took place in the early hours of this morning.

A man was attacked at a property on Rutland street and suffered serious injuries after being stabbed and assaulted by a group of men.

Humberside police released this statement earlier regarding the incident.

A man has sustained serious injuries in a robbery which took place at 2.20am today (Monday 14 October) on Rutland Street in Grimsby.

The victim has knife wounds to his chest and arms and head injuries following the assault.  Witnesses state that a group of around four men and youths attacked the victim in the street.

We are investigating the incident and are appealing for anyone who witnessed the incident to call us on our non-emergency number 101 quoting log 37 14/10/19.

If you have information about this incident but don’t want to talk to the police then you can call CrimeStoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111 or online via their website: https://crimestoppers-uk.org/ – the information you give will be received in the strictest of confidence and may make you eligible for a cash reward.

House on Rutland street cordoned off after serious assault overnight

CSI and Police have been in scene throughout the night and morning gathering evidence

Part of Rutland street cordoned off following the incident which happened overnight : Video © Cleethorpes News 24

One residents said: “There were some guys on bikes with their faces covered.

“I heard them kicking at the door and the house so I looked out of my window. “Someone was on the floor being kicked by a group of people. After that there was a person running down the street with a knife, I don’t know if they were chasing the others off or what.

“So I called the police and they arrived soon after, the ambulance arrived not long after that too.

“I think it was just the one person that was hurt. They haven’t been in the house long, people are always coming and going on this street, I think it’s getting worse.”

More updates to follow.

Humber Talking hits Rutland Street

NORTH EAST LINCOLNSHIRE

16 Jul 2019

If you live on Rutland Street, Grimsby you may have an officer at your door today. 

Don’t be alarmed though, our local teams are knocking on doors down the street asking people to complete our short Humber Talking survey to help shape the way that we police the area.

It will only take 10 minutes of your time but will really help us understand what issues are bothering you and how we can work together to address them, making sure that Grimsby stays a brilliant place to live and work.

Don’t worry if you’re not in though. The teams will put a postcard through your letterbox with a link to a website where you can fill the survey in at your leisure. 

Police Sergeant Dan Healey, leads the teams that are out and about knocking on doors. He said: “No one knows more about an area than those that live there and we want to hear from you.

“If there is something that has been causing you concern, please take part in the survey and tell us about it so that we can take action to tackle it. 

“As with all reports of crime and antisocial behaviour, information from the public is vital in helping us take action. 

“Any information, no matter how small it may seem, is welcome. It might be the final piece of the picture that enables us to secure a warrant or take action against an individual.”

“Not everything can be solved by the police, but any issues raised that are relevant for other agencies (such as the local council, fire service, health and social care) will be passed on to them by our teams.

“We want Humber Talking to help continue that two way conversation so that we can work with you to continue to tackle crime and antisocial behaviour in the community. 

“So, if you see one of our officers, PCSOs or volunteers knocking at your door, please spare a few minutes to come and talk to us.” 

The information you’ve given to us through Humber Talking is already having a direct impact on our operational activity. 

For example, we have previously had replies and messages from people concerned about motorcycles being ridden antisocially in Grimsby. 

We have now brought Operation Yellowfin to North East Lincolnshire to tackle anti-social behaviour in relation to motorcycles. 

Sergeant Dan Healey continued: “We’re taking action wherever we can – seizing stolen bikes, identifying those involved, making arrests and working with local petrol stations to prevent those who ride bikes antisocially from being able to buy fuel. 

“We also have officers out actively looking for stolen bikes and stopping people that are riding dangerously or illegally.”

Alongside the survey we have officers in the area every day to keep people safe. 

Just last week charges were brought after officers stopped and searched a man on Welholme Road. 

Gary Calvert (31) of Welholme Road, Grimsby was charged with carrying a knife in public. He has been bailed to appear at Grimsby Magistrates Court in September. 

If you have any information about crime or antisocial behaviour please call our non-emergency 101 line to report it. 

Alternatively you can report information anonymously via the independent charity Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111. 

If there is a crime in progress or if it is an emergency always call 999. 

Police update on the Rutland street disturbance last night.

Police Statement:

A man has been arrested on suspicion of common assault, assaulting a police officer and criminal damage following an incident on Rutland Street in Grimsby last night (Wednesday 10 July).

We were called at 9.15pm to reports of a man causing a disturbance at a property.  Emergency services attended and a cordon placed round the area for the safety of the public and emergency services.

The situation was brought to a safe conclusion and the man was arrested at 11.50pm .  He remains in custody.

Police sealed off part of the street around 10pm last night after a man was seen throwing objects at them and their vehicles.

 

Man at the window shouting at police on the street : Picture ©️Cleethorpes News 24.

 

Police with riot shields and batons  were at the scene after a man started a disturbance on Rutland Street.

Residents from some nearby houses had to evacuate their properties while the emergency services dealt with the disturbance.

 

Various objects were being thrown out the front upstairs window towards police outside. A police car had its rear window smashed from the man who at times was hanging out the window.

He could be heard shouting at bystanders and neighbours who had been told to leave their houses. The man then threw a television out of the window which crashed just feet away from police officers.

The man being led away in to custody after being arrested by riot police : Video : © Cleethorpes News 24
Police outside of the house were objects were being thrown out. : Picture © Cleethorpes News 24

Neighbours said the riot police went to the rear of the house and after a lot of shouting and sounds of broken glass a man was led out the front of the property around 11.45 pm by the riot police and led to a police van that was waiting at the front of the house.

He was placed in to the van, Were he still carried on shouting and kicking at the van. He was then driven from the scene to be taken to the custody suite on birch in way.

More details to follow.

Police sealed part of Rutland Street last night after a man was causing a disturbance.

Police sealed off part of the street around 10pm last night after a man was seen throwing objects at them and their vehicles.

Man at the window shouting at police on the street : Picture ©️Cleethorpes News 24.

 

Police with riot shields and batons  were at the scene after a man started a disturbance on Rutland Street.

Residents from some nearby houses had to evacuate their properties while the emergency services dealt with the disturbance.

 

Various objects were being thrown out the front upstairs window towards police outside. A police car had its rear window smashed from the man who at times was hanging out the window.

He could be heard shouting at bystanders and neighbours who had been told to leave their houses. The man then threw a television out of the window which crashed just feet away from police officers.

The man being led away in to custody after being arrested by riot police : Video : © Cleethorpes News 24
Police outside of the house were objects were being thrown out. : Picture © Cleethorpes News 24

Neighbours said the riot police went to the rear of the house and after a lot of shouting and sounds of broken glass a man was led out the front of the property around 11.45 pm by the riot police and led to a police van that was waiting at the front of the house.

He was placed in to the van, Were he still carried on shouting and kicking at the van. He was then driven from the scene to be taken to the custody suite on birch in way.

More details to follow.

Police stop and search car on Rutland street one Male arrested.

Incident happened around 8.55pm tonight

A black car was stopped earlier tonight on Rutland street Grimsby.

Police search occupants of stopped vehicle

Two police cars a van and a dog section were at the incident.

Its believed the police were called to a different incident in the area, But came across the car as they was dealing with the incident they was attending.

All the occupants were told to get out of the vehicle while officers searched the car.

There was male and females who were in the car and all cooperated with the police while they was searching them and the vehicle.

The vehicle was searched by a couple of officers who had evidence bags as they were searching.

One of the occupants of the car is searched by officers

At this time it’s not know what was found in the car after the search but police did take evidence bags away with them.

After the search one male was led away in handcuffs and taken to a waiting police van who then left the scene.

No other details are available at this time about the stop and search but will update when any information is released by police.