Lympstone police crime report

A FORTY-two-year-old Exmouth woman was left with slap marks on her right arm after being hit by a motorist who refused to move his car. The woman was in a queue of traffic in Wotton Lane on Thursday, September 10, waiting to pass through a narrow part of

A FORTY-two-year-old Exmouth woman was left with slap marks on her right arm after being hit by a motorist who refused to move his car.

The woman was in a queue of traffic in Wotton Lane on Thursday, September 10, waiting to pass through a narrow part of the road.

She got out of her car and approached a man in his late 60s to ask if he would reverse and enable her to pass. The man refused.

On the third occasion she approached the man, he slapped her on the right arm leaving her with 'reddening' marks.


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Anyone with information about the assault, should call Devon and Cornwall police on 08452 777444 quoting crime reference number KE/09/2717.

The man was described as being in his late 60s with dark grey hair, clean shaven and of solid build.

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There were a total of four crimes reported to police between September 3 and October 3.

*Cash, jewellery, a camera and a handbag were stolen after a property in Longmeadow Road was burgled last Friday, October 2, between 11.45am and 1.10pm. Entry was gained through a window.

Police enquiries are ongoing and anyone who may have seen anything should 08452 777444 quoting crime reference number KE/09/2936.

* A 15-year-old boy was asked to write a letter of apology to the Londis store, in the Strand, after he stole two cans of Red Bull on September 10 at around 4.30pm.

* Police are appealing for information after a pram dinghy was stolen between September 11 and September 14.

The pram was tied up by rope to the anchor which was burned. Anyone with information should call police on 08452 777444, quoting crime reference number KE/09/2770.

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