Latest Information from Merseyside Police

Please see below for the latest information from Merseyside Police.

  • TA Crime Alert for the residents of South Sefton from Merseyside Police.


     Recently burglaries or attempted burglaries have occurred in the following locations:

    BOOTLE                              Walker Drive, Monfa Road, Harris Drive, Peel Road, Lincoln Crescent

    BRIGHTON LE SANDS        Pinehurst Avenue (garage), Holden Road

    CROSBY                               Runnels Lane, Kingswood Drive, Tudor Road, Edgemoor Drive (2)

    Kimberley Drive (Shed)

    LITHERLAND                       Church Road, Cobbs Avenue

    SEAFORTH                          Gladstone Road, Cookson Road, Ash Grove

    THORNTON                          Moorlands Road

    WATERLOO                         St Johns Road (shed), Canterbury Avenue

    Attempted burglaries 2

    Car keys and vehicles stolen 7

     A Warning Message

    Intelligence suggests that the occupants of a red Vauxhall Mokka vehicle are offering to carry out work on the homes of elderly residents. The work is carried out but at vastly inflated prices. The occupants are possibly carrying out this practice across the North West.

    News from your Community Policing Team. A message from Inspector Ian Jones

    ‘Some good news this week is that Ethan Taylor received a 4-year prison sentence for a robbery in Hapsford Park which was one of several similar incidents. Good communication from the community assisted in securing the sentence. Shane Nixon has again been arrested for theft from motor vehicles in the Crosby and Maghull areas. He was found guilty and sent back to prison for a month. We have recovered two large cannabis farms in Netherton and Bootle and continue to urge the public to report any suspicious signs of cannabis farms in your area. We also conducted a search warrant in the Kirkstone Road North area with a large amount of Class ‘A’ drugs recovered.

    As can be seen, last week was a very busy week with some great results. We couldn’t do this without the public’s help so please keep contacting us with information.’

    Contact numbers Local Community Policing Teams TELEPHONE 101


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