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Appeal – Do you recognise this man?

Officers would like to speak to this man in connection with an assault which happened in Station Road, Narborough, on 16 December at around 8.35pm.

A man was hit on the back of his head suffering minor injuries.

If you are the man, recognise the man or have any further information, contact us by phone on 101 quoting incident number 17000549637.

You can also call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111 or online https://goo.gl/9bQ55y. Your personal details won’t be taken, information isn’t traced or recorded and you will not be required to go to court.

Police appeal for information after incidents at Fosse Shopping Park

UPDATED 11/01/17
Police are appealing for information about a series of incidents which happened at Fosse Shopping Park yesterday evening (Monday 9 January).

A woman reported to security guards that a teenage boy was following her while touching himself inappropriately.

Two further reports were received of a teenage boy assaulting two girls and touching them inappropriately.

The incidents happened between 7.30pm and 8pm. They did not occur inside stores.

A 14-year-old boy was arrested in connection with the incidents and has been charged with three counts of sexual assault.

Two of the charges relate to incidents at Fosse Park Shopping Centre and one relates to an incident St Margaret’s Bus Station, all on Monday 9th January.

The boy has been charged with two counts of sexual assault and one count of sexual assault against a child under the age of 13.

He has been remanded into custody and will appear at court (Wednesday 11th January).

Detective Inspector Kenny Henry said:

“I would like to thank the prompt and effective actions of the security guards at the shopping centre who initially responded to reports and worked closely with our officers during enquiries.

“I would like to hear from anyone who was at Fosse Park at around the time of the incidents and believes they could have information which would help us with the investigation.

“Did you see any of the incidents take place? Have you got information which could help us? Please call us now on 101 and quote incident 590 of 9 January.”

A spokesperson from Fosse Shopping Park said:

“The wellbeing and security of our customers is always our highest priority and our team is continuing to work closely with the authorities to assist their investigation.”

Van stolen during a burglary in Narborough

Polce AppealPolice are appealing for information after a vehicle was amongst items stolen during an aggravated burglary in Narborough

The incident took place around 7.30pm on Tuesday 13 December in Forest Road, when three masked men entered the house and demanded the occupants opened the safe.

The suspects made off with property including a white Ford Transit 300 SWB van which was parked on the driveway.

The van was later found abandoned near Hardwicke Lodge Riding School on Forest Road.

A 65-year-old victim sustained minor injuries during the incident.

Extensive enquiries have been conducted into the incident since it was reported, including house-to-house visits and a trawl of local CCTV and police are now calling upon the public’s help to try and identify those responsible.

From the investigations carried out so far we believe this was an isolated incident and the victims were deliberately targeted.

If you saw people acting suspiciously in the Forest Road area during the evening of Tuesday 13 December please get in touch with police.

Also, anyone who saw a white van being left near the riding school, are asked to contact the police.

Anyone with any information is asked to contact DC 1097 Dan Thorpe on 101, quoting crime number 413802.

Plea from family of boy killed in a non-stop collision

ChibDQ2WIAElO46The family of a teenage boy who died after a non-stop collision in Leicester have made a heartfelt plea urging the public to help find the driver of the car.

Samuel Garner, 17, of Hamilton, Leicester was crossing Welford Road, outside HMP Leicester, with a group of friends when a black BMW 5 Series collided with him.

Samuel sustained serious injuries and was pronounced dead at the scene. A teenage girl sustained minor injuries.

The collision occurred just after 11pm on Sunday (1 May), the vehicle failed to stop at the scene and was last seen driving off towards Almond Road.

The BMW had been stolen from the Blaby area on Friday 29 April, it was subsequently found burnt-out in College Road, Whetstone around 3.45am yesterday morning (Monday 2 May).

Samuel’s parents Scott and Tracie Garner, urge the public to help find those responsible for the death of their son.

They said:

“Samuel was the perfect son, grandson and friend. He was thoughtful, loving and had a great sense of humour.

“He was due to turn 18 tomorrow and we were going to fly out to Prague this morning to celebrate.

“He loved watching wrestling and had achieved his second degree black belt in Taekwondo. He spent Sunday afternoon with his family watching the Leicester City match before heading into the city centre, wearing his white LCFC football shirt, with some friends to celebrate a friend’s birthday.

“He was looking forward to going to a nightclub for the first time and was a typical teenager who loved all sorts of music. His paternal grandparents, Glenn and Paula, had bought him tickets to see Kasabian at the King Power Stadium for his 18th birthday and he was due to start an apprenticeship next week.

“He was our world and will always be in our hearts. Help the police find who was responsible. If you’ve heard any rumours about who the driver was please come forward.”

Detective Sergeant Mark Partridge from East Midlands Serious Collision Investigation Unit, said:

“We are in the process of gathering as much information as possible about the collision and the events leading up to it.

“We would like to speak to anyone who may have seen the BMW prior to the collision.

“Did you see it driving around the city centre or have you heard any rumours about who the driver or the occupants are?

“Any information, no matter how insignificant it may seem, could help us find those responsible.”

If you can help please contact DC 1288 Paul Bingham on 101, quoting incident 727 of 1 May.

Police put out appeal after suspicious device left in a Kirby Muxloe street

Police CarPolice enquiries are ongoing after a bag containing what looked like a suspicious device was found in a Kirby Muxloe street.

A member of the public reported finding the bag in Castle Road at about 7am on Tuesday 11th August.

The area was cordoned off as a precautionary measure while specialists from the Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) unit examined the contents.

Barwell Road, near to the junction with Church Road, was also closed to vehicles and pedestrians while initial enquiries were conducted.

The device was found to be ignitable and was safely dismantled. No one was injured.

Officers are now investigating the circumstances and initial enquiries suggest it was an isolated incident.

Police are keen to hear from anyone who may have been in the area during the early hours of the morning, or who saw anything suspicious.

Detective Constable 4461 Helen Small said:

“There was significant disruption to local residents as a result of the road closures and I would like to thank everyone for their patience.

“The safety of the public is paramount and the road closures were in place while experts examined the device and safely dismantled it.

“We are now conducting enquiries into the incident and are keen to hear from anyone who might know who left the bag in Castle Road.”

Anybody who saw anyone acting suspiciously in the area during the early hours of the morning or have any information that could assist their enquiries is asked to call DC 4416 Small on 101 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.