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Cheadle Police weekly updates and appeals

By Cheadle Post and Times  |  Posted: August 08, 2014

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CHEADLE Police have released the following weekly updates, incidents and appeals;

Between 4.30am and 5.30am on the morning of Thursday 31st July a Blue Kawaski motorcycle registration number K953 BJO was stolen from outside an address on Churchill Road, Cheadle, anyone with information or who witnessed the incident or who saw anything suspicious please contact PC Dave Stubbs on 101 quoting VDU 0080 of 31st July.

At 12am on Friday 1st August a 28-year-old male was stopped on Chapel Street, Cheadle, who was suspected of being in possession of controlled drugs. Officers searched the male and a substance believed to be heroin was found and he was arrested. Paul Holmes from Vicarage Road, Tean, has subsequently been charged with Possession of a Class A drug namely Heroin and he has been bailed to attend North Staffs Justice Centre. PC Dave Stubbs said: "We will continue to take positive action against persons involved in drugs within the area of Cheadle." Anyone with information around drugs can contact me by calling 101 or can call crime stoppers 0800 555111.

At 10.30pm on Saturday 2nd August a shoplifting occurred at the Spar Shop, Cheadle Road, Forsbrook, where a male entered the store and stole two crates of alcohol before making good his escape in a vehicle. Inquiries are ongoing with regards to CCTV and tracing the vehicle. Any witnesses or anyone with information to please contact PC Dave Stubbs on 101 quoting VDU 799 of 02/08/2014.

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At approximately 6.45pm on Wednesday 30th July emergency services responded to a two vehicle collision occurred on Leek Road, near Moorville Hall, Cellarhead. A black Ford Mondeo and a silver Vauxhall Zafira collided and the road was blocked for a period of time. A 58-year-old male was conveyed to NSRI with back and neck injuries. He was released later that evening after treatment. Any witnesses please contact PC James on 101 quoting VDU 590 of 30/07/2014.

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