The messages listed below are sent out by Hampshire Alert. This information has been sent on behalf of Hampshire Constabulary. If you have any information relating to any of the items listed below, please do not hesitate to ring 101. If on the other hand, you have an emergency, please do not hesitate to call 999.
Information sought over indecent exposure incident in Marchwood
We are seeking more information after a man indecently exposed himself to a woman in Marchwood.
The incident took place at around 9.30am on Thursday, November 17, as the 36-year-old victim was out jogging in Staplewood Lane.
As she ran, a man, who was wearing nothing apart from a pair of white trainers, jumped out from behind a tree.
The woman ran off and went to a friend’s nearby to call for help.
The man is described as:
• Early/mid 20s
• Slim build
• Around 5ft 11ins tall
• Short, cropped hair
• Tattoos on arms, legs and torso
We are carrying out increased patrols in the area and are advising members of the public to report anything suspicious.
Anyone with information should call PC Christopher Yates on 101, quoting 44160433950.
Alternatively, people can call Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111, where information can be left anonymously.
Message Received 19 October 2015
Hampshire and Isle of Wight Youth Commission ‘Lethal Highs’ Awareness Week 19th – 25th October 2015
The Police and Crime Commissioner for Hampshire and the Isle of Wight’s Youth Commission is running a ‘Lethal Highs’ campaign to raise awareness of the risks associated with taking New Psychoactive Substances (NPS), so young people can make informed and safe choices.
To find out more about ‘Lethal Highs’ follow the camapign on Twitter at #lethalhighs or drop-in to a workshop in Havant or Southampton.
Havant workshop: Tuesday 20th October 5-6pm @ Leigh Park Community Centre
Southampton Workshop: Friday 23rd October 7-8pm @ Newtown Youth Centre
From 19th October the PCC will have a portal relating to NPS
Click here to access the homepage or follow the Youth Commission on Twitter @hantsyc
Message Received 29 September 2015
Two tractors and a ride on Lawnmower stolen near Lymington
During the evening of Saturday 26th September unknown persons gain entry into a secure yard in a rural location near Lymington.
The offenders manually pushed the two tractors and a ride on lawnmower with a combined value of over £26,500 to the entrance gates which they lifted off the hinges and loaded the vehicles onto a lorry or similar.
The stolen vehicles are :-
1) John Deere MOWER X750 engine number CH3009D319421 Chassis number 3TNNM72-BJLT
2) Goldoni Quard Base 20 tractor ENGINE NUMBER 15 12LD477/2B1SN4318600990 colour orange chassis number K2A6951-0 and a
3) Kubota 1820 small tractor reg HX12ANF colour orange serial number b1820d31378
If you are offered any vehicle matching these descriptions please double check all serial numbers and if the serial or engine numbers are not visible then please call the Police on 101 as they may be stolen.
If you have any information in relation to the above crime please call the Police on 101, 44150335656 refers.
Message Received 27 September 2015
If you are traveling from France to England with a boat and trailer. Please check your boats thoroughly when ever you leave them unattened. If anyone is loacted please contact the police.
We have had reports of illegal imigrants whom are stowing away in small boats on trailers and traveling across to England.
Two illegal imigrants were detained at Calshot today after the owners had located them on their boat when traveling from france, They were then transported to police custody.
Visit Project Kraken on Hampshire Constabulary Website – helps to protect the waters of the solent and those whom sail on her.
Message Received 24 September 2015
Older Drivers’ Awareness Week
Help us to keep older drivers as safe as possible on our roads. We’re supporting Older Drivers Awareness Week next week. Come to our free event at the Milford on Sea Village Community Centre (Sea Road, SO41 0PH) on Tuesday, September 29 from 9.30am. For more details about the week’s events, visit www.olderdriversforum.com
Message Received 19 September 2015
On the night of 17th September unknown person(s) have used a blow torch to remove a padlock from a secure metal storage container on a remote rural site near Marchwood. Offenders have then stolen a disc cutter and a 3609 breaker attachment worth in excess of £3000.
If you have any information in relation to this crime please call the Police on 101, 44150323668 refers.