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Charity boxes stolen in Carlisle bar burglary

La Baguette Bar, Carlisle Credit: Google maps

Police are appealing for information after a bar in Carlisle was stolen on Tuesday, 20 June.

The burglar took two charity boxes that contained money from the La Baguette Bar in Green Market, at approximately 4:50am.

The suspect is described as a white male with a thin build, aged between 30-40 years and wearing a grey tracksuit.

Anyone with information can contact PC2255 Yates on 101, or email 101@cumbria.police.uk. Crimestoppers can also be contacted anonymously on 0800 555 111.

Man assaulted in Whitehaven by group of young people

Entrance to Castle Park Credit: Google maps

A 58-year-old man was assaulted by a group of young people in Whitehaven.

The assault happened on Friday 2nd June at the entrance to Castle Park on Catherine Street, where the group grazed the man's head.

He had confronted them earlier on, around 10pm, after they smashed a glass bottle into a flat window.

Police are looking for a white male, approximately 15 years old, who was wearing a red tracksuit top.

Police are asking for witnesses or anyone with information to email them on 101@cumbria.police.uk or call PC 2344 Bish on 101.

Alternatively anyone can get in contact anonymously through Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.

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Car nearly hit woman walking dogs in Cumbria

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A red car was seen driving erratically around Seascale in West Cumbria, almost hitting a woman who was walking her dogs.

Police say it happened around 11:20am on Saturday 10 June on the South Parade, and are investigating the incident.

The driver is described as male, in his 20s with dark hair and a beard.

Police are urging anyone with more information to contact them on 101@cumbria.police.uk, contact PC 2407 Fergus Ledingham on 101, or call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

Burglars steal over £5,000 of goods in two Alston raids

Anyone with CCTV footage is urged to get in touch with police Credit: PA

A power tool, cigarettes, alcohol and cash were stolen during two connected burglaries in Alston.

They are believed to have taken place on Monday, 5 June between 2am and 2.30am.

The first theft was of a power tool from Moredun Garage on Station road. The offenders had forced their way in through a window.

The second burglary happened at the Spar shop at the Townfoot Garage.

Altogether, they are thought to have stolen property and cash worth more than £5,000.

Investigating police officers say a white Ford van with the registration number NJ55 GCZ was seen around the time of the burglaries but has now been abandoned.

Witnesses or anyone with more information or possible CCTV footage is urged to contact DC 2117 James Aiston of Carlisle CID on 101.

Man with false eye grabs woman for staring at him

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Police are searching for a man with a false-eye for assault after he grabbed a woman walking to work by the shoulders and accused her of staring at him.

It happened at 8.30am on Tuesday, 6 June around Scotch street and Drovers lane in Carlisle.

The man is described as between 50 and 60 years of age, wearing a black hooded top and black trousers with grey freckled hair.

Anybody with information or who would be able to identify the man is advised to contact the police on 101 or by emailing 101@cumbria.police.uk, referencing incident number 46 of 6 June 2017.

Woman sought for pickpocketing of elderly Carlisle man

This woman is wanted for questioning in relation to a man getting pick-pocketed in Carlisle Credit: Cumbria Police

Police are searching for a woman in relation to an elderly man being pick-pocketed in Carlisle.

The man was in the Sainsbury's store on Bridge street, when his wallet was taken from his pockets. It happened around 1pm on Friday, 19 May.

The woman in question is described as having had her hair tied back, wearing a horizontal-striped top, purple scarf, a dark jacket and dark shoes.

Anyone with more information is urged to get in contact with the police by emailing 101@cumbria.police.uk or by calling 101 and ask for PC 2065 Rebecca Marrs.

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Cumbria woman verbally abused by teens in Longtown

The abuse too place on Moor road, close to Longtown medical centre and the fire station Credit: Google maps

A woman was verbally abused by a group of male teenagers, between 14 and 17 years of age, while walking in Longtown.

Cumbria Police are investigating the offence, which occurred on the 10th of May between 3.30pm and 3.45pm on Moor road.

Police say the teenagers were sitting in a green shelter at a layby near Longtown Medical Centre and the fire station. One of the male suspects had a scooter/moped with him.

Although uninjured, the woman was left shaken by the encounter.

Police are urging anyone with more information to email 101@cumbria.police.uk or call 101 and ask to speak to PC 2525 Andy Metcalfe.

Police investigate collision in Penrith after car failed to stop

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A road collision in Penrith is being investigated by Cumbria Police after the car failed to stop.

The car hit a parked silver Ford Fiesta on Lowther street.

Police believe the collision happened at some point between 10pm on Thursday, 25 May and 6.35am on Friday, 26 May.

Anyone with information is urged to contact the police on 101 or email 101@cumbria.police.uk quoting log number 111.

Police investigate D&G hotel and restaurant break-in

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Police Scotland are investigating a break-in to a hotel and restaurant in Dumfries and Galloway.

The Steamboat Inn at Carsethorn was broken into sometime over the night from Monday 22 to Tuesday 23 may.

£1000 was stolen during the raid.

We want to hear from anyone in the village who may have seen or heard anything suspicious over Monday or the early hours of Tuesday this week.

– Constable Sam Ewart, Police Scotland

Anyone with information is being asked to call Police Scotland at Dumfries on 101.

Police appeal after cars' tyres slashed in D&G

Police Scotland are seeking for information regarding vandalisms in Gretna Credit: ITV Border

Police are seeking for information after two vehicles in Gretna, Dumfries & Galloway were vandalised overnight.

A white Nissan Note and a silver Honda Jazz both had their tyres vandalised in the street between 2pm on Tuesday, 9th May and 10.15am on Wednesday, 10th May.

I would appeal to anyone who saw anything suspicious in Gretna Loaning or the surrounding area to get in touch.

– Constable Ryan McGarvey

Anyone with information can contact officers at Annan Police Office on 101, quoting incident number PDG0106920517.

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