Isle man helps police with cannabis enquiries

Two high value items of stolen heavy plant equipment were recovered by police in the Sandtoft area.

Officers from Humberside and North Yorkshire forces recovered the vehicles last Wednesday following a search of an area close to a disused garden centre in the Belton Road vicinity.

The equipment has been linked to thefts in North Yorkshire and Durham and are now being examined, after which they will be returned to their owners.

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Another vehicle, a white Iveco van was also recovered along with other items believed to have been dismantled parts of plant machinery.

Enquiries are ongoing at this time and anyone with information is asked to call Humberside Police on 101 quoting log number 83 of Wednesday 8 October 2014.

* In recent weeks it has been reported that there have been problems of criminal damage and anti-social behaviour within the ground of Belton Pavilion.

This issue has now become a Neighbourhood Action Team priority and the police will continue to regularly patrol this area.

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The police and the Pavilion committee are working closely together to stamp out this kind of behaviour.

Enquiries are still continuing after CCTV was viewed and offenders have been identified.

Any member of the public seeing any such behaviour do not hesitate to contact the Police on telephone number 101 or contact the Local Neighbourhood Team by calling into Epworth Police Station(office hours are 9am to 3pm Tuesdays and Thursdays).

* A man is helping police with their enquiries after cannabis plants were discovered being grown in Crowle.

The Local Neighbourhood Team are asking members of the public to be extra vigilant with regards to this type of illegal activity and report any suspicions.