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   October Police Report    30 September, 2019


Immingham Habrough & Stallingborough Report for October



Of the 61 crimes recorded for September in the Immingham, Habrough and Stallingborough area of the NPT, there have been the following incidents:

Burglary Residential – 3

A domestic related burglary has been reported whereby the suspect has entered the home of his ex-partner though an insecure door.  Damage was caused to property within the home.

Overnight 7th & 8th September a garage at a property on Chestnut Avenue was entered after forcing a window. Tools, bikes and motorcycle gear was stolen. 

Between 7am & 8am on 21st September an intruder attempted to force a lock and kick at a door to gain entry to a home on Woodapple Court, Stallingborough. No entry was made. 


Burglary Commercial – 1

Between 15th & 16th September a break-in occurred at a warehouse on Immingham Dock. A forklift was taken, which was then used to load metal coils from another warehouse on to a vehicle which was then driven away.


Vehicle Crime – 3

Overnight 2nd & 3rd September a car parked on Eaton Road was entered and searched after smashing a window. Nothing was stolen.

Between 7th & 9th September a haulage yard on Kiln Lane was entered. Containers on the back of three lorries were entered but nothing believed stolen.

Overnight 12th & 13th September £700 worth of diesel was stolen from a truck parked on a layby on the A180.


Damage – 10

Arson fire set on 2nd floor of derelict building on Park Close. 

Damage caused to the derelict Immingham Golf Club.

Damage to windows on Park Close by youths throwing bricks.

Damage to windows at Jacks by youths throwing bricks.

Damage to roof tiles by youths throwing branches into a garden at Moreton Close.

Damage caused to car bodywork on Margaret Street.

Damage to car bodywork on Margaret Street.

Damage to car bodywork on Pelham Road.


Shop Theft – 10

Persons have been charged in relation to three of these offences. Offenders are identified in some of the other offences and will be dealt with in due course.


Other crime include:

A warrant issued under the Misuse of Drugs Act was executed by your local community officers at an address on Bluestone Lane. A quantity of drugs were recovered. A male has been interviewed in relation to this incident. Theft of a bike from a garden on Ferndown Drive. Four minor public order offences. Four reports of harassment.

A juvenile prolific offender who has been very active committing crime in Immingham over the past year or so has finally been sentenced to 6 months detention.


ASB – 20

Kennedy Way YCA at the shops x8.

Clyfton Crescent YCA throwing objects at houses x3.

Winslow Drive youths throwing objects at properties x2.

Talbot Road ex-resident causing issues to a workman at a home.

Oasis Academy ex-pupils causing issues on the school site.

Eastfield Park youths on the building site.

Neighbour disputes x4


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

PC549 Sarah Swaby (Police Now) sarah.swaby@humberside.pnn.police.uk

PCSO 7713 Diane Bell diane.bell@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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