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Bugbrooke Camp Hill Occurrence 19000552518
Between 00:00 & 01:20 on the 16th October 2019
Entry was gained to a storage container at the Bugbrooke Football Club, it is believed nothing was stolen at this time as suspects were disturbed by the alarm. A member of public saw the offenders making off in a silver vehicle with a partial registration of SB05.
• Did you witness anything?
• Did you see any persons who looked suspicious?
• Did you see any vehicle?
• Do you have dashcam footage?
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Matthew Taylor (Police, Police Community Support Officer (C7115), South Northants Neighbourhood Policing Team)
Two Men Arrested As Part of Investigation Into Illegal Sheep Butchery
Northamptonshire Police have arrested two men on suspicion of offences linked to its ongoing Operation Stock investigation into incidents of illegal sheep butchery.
Officers responding to a report of suspicious activity in a field near Welford last night, Sunday, October 6, discovered an offence in progress and went on to stop a vehicle on the A14 shortly after 1am this morning, Monday, October 7.
Two Birmingham men aged 23 and 35 were arrested on suspicion of theft and criminal damage. Both arrested men remain in custody this afternoon.
The stopped vehicle was seized by officers and will undergo forensic examination.
Find out more about Operation Stock at www.northants.police.uk/OpStock
Message Sent By
Katrina Heath (Police, Rural Crime Co-ordinator, County Rural & Wildlife Crime Team)