in Ashfield Crescent
are investigating a burglary at a property in Ashfield Crescent,
Ross-on-Wye, between Thursday, 1st and Thursday, 8th February.
It is likely that the burglary happened overnight on February
1st / 2nd as the householder discovered a door unusually
open at that time. Nothing
was noticed stolen at that time, however. Later a Canon
Powershot A530 camera was noticed missing and it was realized
that the burglary had taken place.
are appealing for local residents to cast their minds back
to the beginning of the month and report any suspicious
activity they may have seen. Officers investigating the
burglary are also keen to hear from anyone who may have
bought a similar camera in unusual circumstances.
with information should contact PC Neil Finch at Hereford
Police Station on 08457 444888 or call Crimestoppers anonymously
on 0800 555111.
traffic collision in Morrisons car Park
are appealing for witnesses to a road traffic collision
involving two cars and a pedestrian in the Morrisions car
park in Ross-on-Wye.
collision happened at around 2.20 pm on Thursday, 8th February
and involved a silver Chrysler Neon, a green Renault Megane
and the pedestrian, a man in his 30s. The
pedestrian suffered a non life-threatening head injury and
has no recollection of the collision.
believe a number of witnesses spoke to staff from Morrisions
but left before police attended. They are asked to contact
PC Paul Challenger at Ross-on-Wye Police Station on 08457
traffic collision in Verschoyle Gardens
are appealing for information after a parked car was damaged
when it was struck by another vehicle in Ross-on-Wye. The
incident happened in Verschoyle Gardens between 6.15 PM
and 7.15 PM on Friday, 26th January.
vehicle, believed to be white in colour, collided with a
red Citroen ZX which was parked and unattended at the time.
Both doors on the driver’s side were damaged in the collision.
with any information about the collision is asked to contact
PC Andrea Morris at Ross-on-Wye Police Station on 08457
damage on the Alton Road Industrial Estate
are investigating several incidents of criminal damage to
premises and vehicles on the Alton Road Industrial Estate
have been thrown at tractors at the Ross Farm Machinery
compound, causing some £2,000 worth of damage.
is believed they were thrown from Penyard Lane and the footpath
along the old railway line some time between Friday 2nd
and Sunday, 4th February.
has also been caused to windows at the nearby ATS tyres
premises and also to private homes in the area.
further £1,300 worth of damage was caused between February
Tuesday, 6th and Wednesday 7th February to a lorry and a
new JCB loader at Ross Farm Machinery.
number of youths have been seen in the area in the early
evenings and police are keen to hear from anyone who has
seen suspicious activity or may be able to identify those
with information should contact PC Mike Edwards at Ross-on-Wye
Police Station on 08457 444888.