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Police in Richmond are appealing for information after a 70-year-old man had a large amount of cash stolen from his home by a sneak-in burglar.
The theft happened in Parkinson's Yard, Richmond between 1pm and 5pm on the afternoon of Monday April 4.
The suspect(s) got into the house through an unlocked front door and stole the cash from inside his home.
PC David Bowley of Richmond Police said:
"This was a callous crime targeted at a pensioner who was trusting enough to leave their front door unlocked, pending the arrival of an expected caller. I am appealing to anyone with any information about the burglary or knows who is responsible to contact us. It is also a timely reminder of the importance of keeping your doors locked at all times - even when you are at home - particularly now the lighter nights are with us, and people are more likely to be outside."
Richmondshire's 22,885 householders are among the few across the country to benefit from a freeze in their district council tax.
District Councillors have confirmed that its portion of the annual tax will remain unchanged for the next 12 months.
The Council is one of only a handful in the country not to be levying an increase to their householders.
Following local elections last year our aim was to keep council tax levels as low as possible - and by sound financial management we are going to deliver on that and support our local residents.
This is a budget that will support the whole community."
A flood warning has been issued by the Environment Agency for the River Swale Caravan Parks at Richmond and properties at Lownthwaite Bridge.
The current level of the River Swale at Grinton Bridge is 2.25m and is forecast to peak at around 2.8m this afternoon. The current level at Lowenthwaite Bridge is 2.6m and rising.