Can you help Exmouth police crack these crimes?
Exmouth’s town centre police team is keen to hear from witnesses who may have information about a number of crimes recently committed. Contact officers on 08452 777444, quoting the crime reference number.
If you have any information, contact them on 08452 777444.
Exmouth’s police are keen to trace the culprit who stole a mobile phone from a handbag left unattended in one of the town’s pubs.
Officers said the 3G iPhone was stolen from Fat Jax.
If you have been offered a similar phone for sale, or have any information, contact the police 08452 777444, quoting crime reference KE/10/2518.
Police at Exmouth are keen to trace the vandal who threw eggs at a High Street shop sign and window.
Officers said Seeds bakery and health store was targeted between 6pm on Sunday October 3 and 9am the following day.
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Police community support officer Colin Balch said: “The eggs have stuck fast and have caused damage to the sign.”
If you have information about the criminal damage caused, contact Exmouth police quoting reference KE/10/2564.
Exmouth’s town police team is holding its next surgery at 10am on Wednesday October 13 at the Imperial Road car park - to coincide with the farmers’ market.
Police community support officer Colin Balch said: “Past surgeries have proved very popular and the venue is ideal so if anybody has any concerns or wants to talk with us about any police issues they may have, please come along.”