January Police Newsletter

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Poynton, Adlington, Pott Shrigley and Kettleshulme January Newsletter

Welcome to all our new members on Cheshire Alert. This Newsletter covers a range of incidents that have occurred over the January period. If you have CCTV or may have information about any incident please call 101 or email macclesfield.lpu@cheshire.pnn.police.uk quoting the relevant IML number.

Late evening 31st December we received reports that a vehicle was seen driving over the grass pitch at Poynton Sport Club. In early January the vehicle and driver were identified and a section 59 warning was issued.
In the early hours of 4th January a shed was broken into on Shrigley Road North, Poynton the lock to the shed was snapped but nothing appears to have been stolen. IML-888045

On the evening of 7th January a vehicle was seen acting suspiciously in the Poynton area by a local patrol. The vehicle made off and was found later abandoned in Prestbury. Checks on the vehicle showed that the vehicle was a stolen vehicle from the Greater Manchester area.

Overnight 13th-14th January – a shed was broken into on Shrigley Road, Pott Shrigley, damage was caused to the felt roof and lock on the shed but nothing taken. IML-894579

Around 10pm on 12th January we received reports of a suspicious incident that had occurred on Holehouse Lane, Adlington. A vehicle was seen slowly driving in the area with the occupants appearing to shine a lamping torch into nearby fields. Of note we have received no recent reports of livestock thefts or poaching.

On the evening of 13th January Local Officers assisted with the recovery of 2 stolen motor vehicles. One of the vehicles had been stolen only 1 hour before from the Macclesfield area and was located in Poynton.

Sometime between 6am-1pm on 23rd January damage has been caused to an outside light on a property on Kishfield Lane, Kettleshulme. IML-901661
Around 7pm on 28th January a vehicle was sighted at speed by Officers patrolling Pott Shrigley. The vehicle was found a few minutes later on Brookledge Lane, Adlington after it had crashed into a field. The driver made off from the scene leaving his passenger needing hospital treatment. The driver has now been located and arrested for a number of driving offences.

Over the month we have received several reports of an abandoned vehicle in South Park Drive car park. The vehicle was not insured, not taxed and was registered to a keeper from well out the area. On working closely with Cheshire East Council the vehicle was removed from the location to prevent criminal activity or anti-social behaviour. The keeper now has 14 days to contact Cheshire East Council with proof of ownership if they wish to collect the vehicle.

Over the month of January there has been 1 cannabis warning issued, 3 vehicles seized for no insurance with one of those drivers also reported for driving with no licence.

We take all of your reports of people breaching COVID-19 rules very seriously and we have issued a number of COVID-19 Fixed Penalty Notices to a number of people and businesses not complying with current Government rules.

Did you know that you can now report a number of issues to us Online? Please head to www.cheshire.police.uk and click on the REPORT tab. Alternatively if you wish to report a non-emergency incident you can call us on 101. Please always call 999 in an emergency or if you believe a crime is about to happen.

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Lisa Furmanek (Cheshire Police, Macclesfield LPU, Poynton West and Adlington PCSO)

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