Police are appealing for help in identifying a woman suspected of stealing a Christmas tree from a care home.Read the full story ›
Police are appealing for witnesses after a church in Camden was broken into and burgled.
Police believe that on Thursday 28th June, at about 03:40 hours, St Giles Church, WC2H was broken into and a number of items were taken.
A number of items were stolen including a Communion set, which contained a Communion Cup that was commissioned by a previous church warden.
The staff at the church are appealing for the items to be returned to them as soon as possible.
If anyone has any information please contact police using the 101 non-emergency number, alternatively you can call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111
British Transport Police have released images of two men they want to speak to in connection with a series of thefts from a cash machine at Forest Gate railway station.
Detectives have discovered a stolen metal dragon and hundreds of memorial plaques in a raid on a scrap metal yard.Read the full story ›
British Transport Police is appealing for information after officers found badly burnt clothes at the scene of a rail cable theft.
Around 20 metres of cable was stolen in the Theydon Bois area of Essex on Sunday morning. Officers believe the charred clothing, a blue coat and woolly hat, could belong to someone who was seriously burnt during the theft and are urging the person to seek immediate medical attention.
"After ... an initial search at the scene we recovered some badly charred clothing and are clearly very concerned that someone may have been seriously injured.".. we have the possibility, as a worst-case scenario, that somebody has been electrocuted and is currently unaccounted for."I would encourage anybody who has a friend or relative who may not yet have returned home, or who has unusual or unaccounted for burn injuries to contact us as soon as possible."Accessing prohibited parts of the railway is extremely dangerous and anyone with injuries should seek medical attention immediately."
The Government has ruled out any immediate further funding in the fight to combat cable theft on the railways around the Capital.Read the full story ›
Police have released a CCTV image of a man they would liketo speak to in connection with a theft from a shop in Welwyn GardenCity.
A man walked into Cole Green Wines in Cole Green Lane at6.30pm on Sunday night.
He left without paying for a 24-pack of beer.
Officers believe the man shown in the image may have information that could help with the investigation.
Anyonewho believes they know the man should call 101 and ask to speak to police.
BT is to tackle cable theft by using new technology to constantly monitor their network and detect disconnections. The Rapid Assessment Bt Incident Tracker - or Rabit - will make thieves think again, according to its makers. A trial has already forced thieves to flee empty-handed in Essex.