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   Police Report January 2019    7 January, 2019


Immingham Habrough & Stallingborough Report for January


Of the 72 crimes recorded for December in the Immingham, Habrough and Stallingborough area of the NPT, there have been the following incidents:

Burglary Residential – 9

During the daytime of 2nd December, a flat at Waltham House was entered after offenders climbed on to a balcony and forced the door. Confectionary was stolen.

On the same day another break in at Waltham House occurred where damage was caused to fixtures inside.

Overnight 2nd & 3rd December, an attempt was made to enter a garage at a property on Pilgrim Avenue. No entry was made.

During the afternoon of 8th December two homes were broken into on Ancholme Avenue. Entry to both was through a window. Property was stolen.

On 23rd December two burglaries occurred at Brockelsby Avenue. Property including jewellery was stolen.

On the same day, another property on Cleveland Close was broken into. Property including cash was stolen.

A block of flats awaiting demolition was also entered during December. 


Burglary Commercial – 3

A male is currently on bail after being arrested following a break in at the Barbara Garth Centre on 26th December.

During the early hours of 31st December, County Snacks on Humberville Road was broken into. Nothing was stolen.

On the same morning, an attempt was made to break into the Gallery Café. No entry was made, but damage was caused to the door and windows.


Vehicle Crime – 6

Overnight 12th & 13th December, fuel was stolen from a truck parked up in a layby on the A180.

Overnight 21st & 22nd December an attempt was made to force open a van door whilst it was parked on Kennedy Way car park. No entry was made.

Number plates were stolen from a car parked on Kings Road overnight 21st & 22nd December.

Between 23rd & 26th December, a car parked on its driveway on Ferndown Drive was broken into. Property was stolen.

A male has been arrested following a theft of a car from Ferndown Drive during the early hours of Boxing Day. The car was recovered in the town.  

During the early hours of 31st December, a car parked on Hadleigh Road was damaged after the driver’s window was smashed. Property inside was moved but nothing was stolen. 


Damage – 7

Three reports of damage to panelling & shuttering at Jacks Store.

Damage to window at Blair Walk.

Rear windscreen of a car smashed on Margaret Street.

Two reports of damage caused within the home during domestic incidents at the same address. 


Shop Theft – 6

These have occurred at Aldi, Factory Shop, B&M x2, and FarmFoods x2. There are named suspects for four of these offences.  


Other crime

A male was arrested and charged with public order offences following an incident on Pelham Road on 7th December.

A male has been charged with possession of Class A drugs with intent to supply.

There have been 20 reports of assault.


ASB – 24

Eight refer to youths causing issues around the shops on Kennedy Way.

Four reports refer to issues around Rose Gardens.

Youths causing issues on the demolition sites.

BK Supermarket Youths kicking a football at the shutters.

Sonja Crest youths causing issues x2.

Princess Street youths throwing eggs.

Motorbikes causing issues x2

Items thrown at a property on Winslow Drive.

One neighbour dispute.


How you can help

Your local Community Policing Team appreciates the importance of being in the right place, at the right time, for the right reasons to reassure the public, improve public confidence and reduce crime and anti-social behaviour in the area which we all live and work.

We encourage all residents to call and report any issues where they live so that we can deal with any issues and also step up our patrols in the area.

If you feel that there are issues within your community that the police should consider prioritising, then please speak to your local officers, town or parish councillors or through the One Voice committee.


The named officers for Immingham, Habrough and Stallingborough ward are:

PC 373 Matthew Stephenson matthew.stephenson@humnberside.pnn.police.uk

PCSO 7713 Diane Bell diane.bell@humberside.pnn.police.uk

PCSO 7724 Sarah Hoyle sarah.hoyle@humberside.pnn.police.uk

PCSO 7655 Marc Ireland marc.ireland@humberside.pnn.police.uk  

The number to call for non-emergency issues is 101  

Immingham Police Hub Opening Hours

Monday                     Closed

Tuesday                    09.00 - 17.00

Wednesday            09.00 - 17.00

Thursday                  14.00 - 17.00

Friday                        09.00 – 16.30

Saturday                   CLOSED

Sunday                      CLOSED


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