CCTV image issued after chainsaw theft near Bourne

Police have released a CCTV image of a man they want to trace in connection with the theft of a chainsaw and safety helmet near Bourne.

Graffiti on a wall near The Rec

Counting the cost of vandalism at Stamford Recreation Ground and Meadows

People are being called upon to name and shame the vandals responsible for causing thousands of pounds worth of damage at two well-used areas of Stamford.

Mary Dos Santos Justo at home in Stamford following hit and run in Station Road

Pedestrian hit by car needs help to track down driver

A pedestrian was left with serious leg injuries after being hit by a motorist who failed to report the incident to police.

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Garden shed is burgled in Bourne

Goods were stolen from a garden shed near Bourne Leisure Centre at the weekend.

Police are hoping to identify these people.

Do you know this pair?

Bourne Police are hoping two identify these two people, who may have information about a theft on Thursday from the Superdrug store in West Street.

Police want to speak to these men

Do you know these men?

Police are hoping to identify these three men after a theft from the Co-op in the Burghley Centre, Bourne, on Thursday.

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Theft from car

Appeal after theft from van

Bourne Police are appealing for information after items were stolen from a van parked in van in Godwin Close overnight on February 27.

NEW BEAT: Lincolnshire Police Chief Constable Bill Skelly.  Photo supplied.

VIDEO: Lincolnshire Chief Constable reflects on first month in the job

In his second vlog, Chief Constable Bill Skelly reflects on his first month in office.

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Mixed results for local forces as report is published by Her Majesty’s Inspectorate of Constabulary

Lincolnshire Police has been given a ‘good’ rating by Her Majesty’s Inspectorate of Constabulary.

Sergeant Leanne Carr, PC Martin Green, Assistant Chief Constable Paul Gibson, PC Nick Willey, Crime Commissioner Marc Jones and Deputy Commissioner Stuart Tweedale with the crushed vehicle

Crushing blow for coursers as police step up campaign

Police across Lincolnshire have one less vehicle to worry about in their fight against illegal hare coursing.

Arthur Mellar, who was killed at Burghley House

Trust fined after butler was killed in Burghley House lift

The trust which runs Burghley House has been handed a fine of more than a quarter of a million pounds after a butler was crushed to death.

Marc Jones and Stuart Tweedale (second right and right), Lincolnshire Police & Crime Commissioner and Deputy, with Assistant Chief Constable Paul Gibson (front centre), Sergeant Leanne Carr, of Bourne and the Deepings Neighbourhood Policing Team, PCs Martin Green and Nick Willey.  Photo by Tim Wilson.  SG230217-109TW.

THE BIG ISSUE: Crushing blow for illegal coursers in police action

Police across South Holland and the Deepings have one less vehicle to worry about in their fight against illegal hare coursing.

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Burghley House and deer

BREAKING: Burghley House Preservation Trust hit with £266,000 fine after butler is crushed to death

Burghley House Preservation Trust has been handed a fine of more than a quarter of a million pounds following the death of an employee.

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Warning for Bourne caravan owners

Bourne Police have issued an appeal for information after suspicious men were seen looking at caravans parked on people’s driveways in the town.

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Police warning after scam calls about internet speeds

Police are warning people about scam telephone calls from fraudsters posing as BT Openreach and asking customers about low internet speeds.

There are a number of men that officers would like to speak to in relation to the offences which are being treated as a series.

Images released after shop thefts totalling over £2,000

Police have released images of a number of men they would like to speak to in relation to a series of thefts from supermarkets over the last month.

Police want to talk to this woman

Do you know this woman?

Bourne Police believe the woman pictured may have information about a theft from Sainsbury’s in the town on Friday, February 10.

Chief Constable for Lincolnshire Police, Bill Skelly, NFU Regional Director for East Midlands, Gordon Corner, Dr Caroline Johnson, MP for Sleaford and North Hykeham, Police and Crime Commissioner for Lincolnshire, Marc Jones, and Mark Leggott, NFU Lincolnshire county chairman.  Photo supplied.

New chief commits to action plan on rural crime

An action plan to tackle rural crime, including hare coursing, has been promised by the new Chief Constable of Lincolnshire Police.

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Police surprised by response for oversubscribed ‘ride along’ scheme

Lincolnshire Police has been so inundated by demand for the chance to see its officers at work that it has put invitations “on hold”.

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Vandals target house in Bourne

Police are looking for vandals who attacked a house in Bourne last weekend.

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