Exmouth police appeal for public help
Exmouth police has released the latest crimes and incidents to affect the town and is appealing for public help.
In her place is police community support officer Malcolm Maguire, who will be working alongside PC Sallyanne Southern.
PCSO Maguire previously helped police Budleigh Salterton.
PC Southern said: “Nikki Payne has now left to go on maternity leave. I would like to thank her for all her hard work and commitment to the Littleham community, and we look forward to the arrival of baby Payne.
“PCSO Malcolm Maguire now holds the reins and I am sure is going to continue the hard work in keeping Littleham a safe and happy community.”
The Littleham police team can be contacted on 08452777444
Or by emailing: Sallyanne.firstname.lastname@example.org or Malcolm.email@example.com
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Exmouth police are appealing for witnesses after an object thrown through a window of a Littleham home landed in a child’s play area.
Officers said the window of the Littleham Cross property was damaged shortly before 9pm on Wednesday September 15.
Anyone with information is asked to contact PC Leetham on 08452 777444, quoting reference KE/10/2415.
Exmouth police are appealing for help tracing the driver of a car they believe saw what happened when a 10-year-old boy was knocked from his bicycle in Withycombe Raleigh.
Officers said the incident happened 6.45pm on Monday September 13 in Turner Avenue.
The boy was taken to hospital and was treated for scratches and bruising to his legs.
The police are keen to speak to the woman driver of a black VW Golf – with the partial registration of WD08 - who stopped her car after the accident.
She is described as being aged between 25-28 years old. She was travelling with a female passenger.
Contact Sergeant Nick Southern at Exmouth police station on 08452 777444.
Brixington residents will tomorrow have the opportunity to speak face-to-face with the police over any concerns they have about the area.
Police community support officer Chris Ball will on Friday September 24 be at Brixington Parade shops car park from 9am until 1pm, giving people the chance to informally discuss any concerns or highlight local issues.