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Weekly police update for Cheadle

By Cheadle Post and Times  |  Posted: July 31, 2014

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At 1.40pm on Saturday 26th July a shoplifting occurred at Morrisons, Sun Street, Cheadle, whereby a male and female entered the store and walked out with a trolley full of goods. They were challenged by staff and made their escape in a silver vehicle. Inquiries are ongoing to locate the vehicle. PC Dave Stubbs is appealing for witnesses to contact him on 101 quoting VDU 0511 of 26/07/2014.

Overnight Friday 25th July into Saturday 26th July a Red Corsa parked on Attlee Road, Cheadle, has had a wing mirror ripped off. PC Dave Stubbs is appealing for any witnesses to contact him on 101.

At 1.25am Saturday 26th July on Chapel Street, Cheadle, Police were called to reports of a disturbance involving a number of persons who had left Bar 19, Cheadle. Three people are making allegations of assault and Police are making an appeal for witnesses and anyone with information to please come forward and call 101 quote VDU 0093 of 26/07/2014. PC 5289 Paul Thomas is investigating.

At 2.45pm on Friday 25th July on Chapel Street, Cheadle, emergency services responded to reports that a pedestrian had been struck by a trailer. On arrival a male was found to have sustained a head injury and was concussed. Witnesses indicated to officers that he had been struck by a trailer being pulled by a Transit Van which had not stopped at the scene. A 23-year-old male from Cauldon Low was taken to the University Hospital of North Staffordshire where he was treated for concussion and a laceration to his head. He has since been discharged.

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At 5.15pm on Friday 25th July a shoplifting occurred at Late Shop, High Street, Tean, where a male entered the store and stole £130 worth of chocolate. CCTV has been seized and inquiries are ongoing to locate the male. Any witnesses please contact PC Dave Stubbs on 101.

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