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Theft and Burglary Wolds area

Alert message sent 06/09/2019 15:18:00

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Business Burglary Alert

DETAILS Burglary and Theft 
LOCATION: Horncastle and Somersby
DATE AND TIME: Overnight of 4th and 5th September

Good afternoon
This is PSV Christina Ivett at Horncastle Neighbourhood Police.
There have been two incidents recently in our area which we would like to make you aware of and appeal for any information you may have.
On the morning of 4th September, a break-in was reported which had occurred overnight at farm premises in the Somersby area. A padlock was broken to gain entry to a shed and though nothing was taken, this is third time this has happened on the same site.  (Incident Number 113 of the 4th September)
On the morning of 5th September,  a burglary was reported at a building site on Thimbleby Hill which had also occurred overnight.  Access had been gained via the main gate by cutting the padlock and a site ladder was used to gain access to a top floor site office.  Diesel and a drill were stolen. (Incident Number 34 of the 5th September)

If  anyone has seen any suspicious behaviour relating to either of these offences, please contact PCSO 2188 Nigel Wass, Tel 101 Ext 4627, Mobile 07973 846956 or ring Crime Stoppers 0800 555 111.


For further crime prevention advice visit Lincs Police Advice

If you have information about any crime or suspicious activity please call the Force Control Room on Tel:101

Alternatively you can contact the independent charity Crimestoppers, anonymously, on 0800 555 111, or online at

No personal details are taken, information is not traced or recorded and you will not go to court.

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Christina Ivett (Police, Volunteer, Horncastle NPT)

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