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Tuesday, July 10, 2012
A red Ford Fiesta parked overnight in Hartley Road had its tyres slashed, prompting Exmouth police to appeal for witnesses. Read this and more.
CAR VANDALISED: A red Ford Fiesta parked overnight in Hartley Road had its tyres slashed, prompting Exmouth police to appeal for witnesses.
Officers said the vehicle’s two rear tyres suffered criminal damage overnight on Tuesday, June 19.
The Exmouth town neighbourhood police team is keen to hear from anyone who may have seen someone acting suspiciously in the area, or from anyone with information about the crime.
Contact officers on 101, or anonymously via Crimestoppers on 0845 555 111, quoting crime reference: KE/12/1419.
SURPRISE SURPRISE SEARCH: After a decade away, television favourite Surprise Surprise is back and keen to hear from East Devon residents.
This time it is presented by Celebrity Juice & This Morning’s Holly Willoughby – and the show promises to be more mischievous than ever. The programme makers want the funny and quirky and are keen to hear funny ideas.
Get in touch now for an application. Email firstname.lastname@example.org Applications close October 26 2012.
TWO-CAR COLLISION: Firefighters helped paramedics care for three adults and a child involved in a car collision in Exmouth on Monday afternoon.
The fire crew was called to Hulham Road shortly before 4pm and found an incident involving two cars. The fire service said no one was trapped in the vehicles. The fire crew waited with paramedics and helped with the care of the casualties until another ambulance arrived.