Copper cabling stolen from Lympstone business
Lympstone’s police community support officer urges residents to be careful and vigilant over where they leave their possessions after a spate of thefts in the village.
THIEVES stole copper cabling from a small business premises in Lympstone.
Sarah Trayhurn, police community support officer for the village, is appealing to anyone who may have information about the theft to call 08452 777444 quoting crime reference number KE/10/2184.
In a separate incident, a pedal cycle was taken from Church Road on August 21. Anyone who may have information - crime reference number KE/10/2197 – should get in touch with the police.
PCSO Trayhurn, speaking about the two crimes, said: “Can I remind residents to make sure their property is secured appropriately and to report any suspicious behavior.”
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The police officer also issued an appeal to parents to be considerate when dropping off their children at Lympstone Primary School.
“Please avoid parking around the junctions and on the hatched lines as this is a safety issue for all children and drivers,” she said.
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“I will be attending the area at drop-off and pick-up times when available to monitor the situation.”