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  1. West Mercia Police are appealing for witnesses following criminal damage in Hereford. At around 4.45am on Thursday 20 May five young people are believed to have attempted to break into in a building on the Holme Lacy Road industrial estate. The offenders were all described as being aged between 15 and 17-years-old. Three of the offenders are described as; A white boy around 5ft 5ins of a stocky build, with short brown curly hair with shaved sides, wearing grey joggers and a hoody. A second white boy with short brown hair, black padded jacket, black backpack, blac
  2. West Mercia Police is encouraging members of the public to hand-in unwanted knives as part of a national knife surrender. Monday, 26 April, saw the launch of Operation Sceptre, led by the Home Office, to help tackle knife crime. Levels of knife crime in the towns and cities covered by West Mercia Police are relatively low in comparison to other parts of the country, however, its vital work to help keep these levels low. In order to help, police are encouraging members of the public to hand-in unwanted knives to prevent them from getting into the wrong hands and being used
  3. Today, Tuesday 16 March, our Chief Constable, Anthony Bangham, has announced his decision to retire in September of this year after 30 years in policing. Mr Bangham joined West Mercia Police in 1991 as a Police Constable in Redditch. He has worked his way through the ranks, spending the last five years as Chief Constable.He said: Police and Crime Commissioner John Campion said:
  4. West Mercia Police are asking for the public’s assistance in locating a Worcester man wanted on recall to prison. He has links to Worcester, Malvern and Hereford areas. Anthony Russell Hannay, aged 33, had previously been convicted for a burglary offence and is now wanted for breaching the conditions of this licence. He is described as a white man, approximately 5ft 11 inches tall, medium build with short brown hair and has a tribal tattoo on the right side of his neck. If anyone sees Hannay or knows of his whereabouts they should call 101 and not approach him directly. Alt
  5. West Mercia Police Statement: Three teenagers have been arrested after a man was seriously assaulted on Saturday evening (17 October) in Hereford. A man in his 20s was taken to hospital with serious injuries following the incident which happened at just before 10pm in High Town. Officers are carrying out enquiries as part of the investigation and are appealing for witnesses. Detective Inspector Chris Percival said: “We believe that there were a number of witnesses in the area at the time of incident and we would ask anyone with information to contact us.” Anyone who sa
  6. West Mercia Police is investigating an assault after it was reported that a non-corrosive substance was thrown from a car. The incident happened on Thursday 1 October in Westfaling Street, Hereford, at around 1.30pm. A man was walking along the road when the passenger in a moving vehicle threw a substance at him. The vehicle is described as a dark blue Ford Fiesta, with white writing on the rear windscreen, it was travelling towards the city centre. PC Trotman said: “Thankfully the man did not suffer any serious injuries but it was obviously an upsetting incident for him
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