Police on the Isle of Wight are appealing for witnesses after three cars were severely damaged in an arson attack in Newport in the early hours of the morning.
Isle of Wight Fire and Rescue Service were called to the incident at 3.31am and 3.55 am today after a Citroen C3 and a Ford Mondeo parked to the rear of Carisbrooke Road and a Hyundai SantFE parked in Drill Hall Road public car park reported as being on fire.
We are working with Isle of Wight Fire and Rescue Service to determine the cause of the fires, but believe that they were started deliberately.If you were in the area at the time and saw or heard anything unusual at all please contact police.We are following several lines of enquiry, but would like to hear from any members of the public who can help our investigation."
A woman was left with a fractured nose, bruising and lost some teeth after a robbery in the Isle of Wight.
The 54-year-old victim was walking home from Newport at around 12.25pm on Sunday 3rd November.
She was approached by a man in the area of Caesars Road who attacked her and stole her handbag.
The black handbag contained a mobile phone, bank cards, make up, keys and cash.
The victim described the man as white, 6ft tall with a bald head. He spoke with a foreign accent.
Anyone with information can contact DS Gary Lyons at Newport DCID by phoning 101.
This is a very unusual crime in the amount of violence used and occurred in a quiet residential area. I would also like to appeal to anyone with private CCTV in the area to speak to us as this may help with our enquiries into identifying the suspect"
A victim of an assault has been left with a suspected broken eye socket plus bruising and swelling to the face.
The incident happened near to the William Coppin Public House in Newport in the early hours of the morning of Sunday 8th September.
Investigating officer, Detective Constable Andy Cooper of Newport DCID said, "There had been a minor altercation inside the pub earlier in the evening. When the man left, he was assaulted by another man who was with two women."
Anyone with information should contact DC Cooper at Newport DCID by phoning 101.
Tourists have had their holidays ruined on the Isle of Wight after four cars and a motorbike were vandalised or set on fire during the early hours. Two cars were set alight between 2am and 3.30am in the Drill Hall Road car park in Newport, damaging nearby cars.
A further two vehicles were set alight in nearby Alexandra Lane and a motorbike parked in nearby Lugley Street had its fuel and coolant lines stolen, which is also believed to be linked. Many of the vehicles were owned by holiday makers who had clothing and possessions in the vehicles at the time.
A 17-year-old man is in custody at Newport Police Station.
CCTV of three men wearing hoodies have been released after a raid on a garage on the Isle of Wight. The till and a laptop were taken from Mill Street Garage on the Riverway Estate in Newport during the early hours.
PC Kirsty Dunn said: “We would like to hear from anyone who can help us identify the people shown. We would also like to try and trace the owner of the white Rover 200 series, which can be seen in the stills, in the hope they may have seen something that could help with our investigation.”
Specialist fire investigators and police forensic crews are at the scene of a boatyard fire this morning. The blaze if being treated as suspicious after crews were called to Odessa Marine in Newport on the Isle of Wight at 8.09pm last night.
Police are treating a fire at a boat yard on the Isle of Wight as suspicious. Police were called to Odessa Marine at Little London at 8.09pm last night. Detectives and specialist forensic officers are visiting the scene today to establish the exact circumstances surrounding the fire.