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Hull: Mobility scooters stolen from retirement living community – can you help?5th April 2023
The Humberside Police north Hull Neighbourhood policing team have continued to ramp up efforts tackling concerns raised by residents in relation to antisocial behaviour and related crime. In the last six weeks, 102 people have been arrested in connection with a number of offences including drugs, theft, burglaries, motor vehicle related crime, criminal damage and antisocial behaviour.
Leaving no stone unturned, since last Monday (20 March) the team with support from Operation Yellowfin continued their efforts by targeting those harbouring stolen motorcycles, motorbikes and cars alongside their partners including Hull City Council Antisocial Behaviour Officers. In total 10 motorcycles were recovered.
Dedicated officers from across the Neighbourhood Policing teams continue to patrol neighbourhoods across all area of Hull.
Superintendent Paul Butler for the area said: “Whilst we continue to make an impact in and around the area of North Hull and Orchard Park estate, the challenge faced is greater than just arresting people.
“Residents can expect to see the team across different areas of Hull as we continue to thoroughly search a number of storage facilities where we believe stolen vehicles are being stored.
“We know the impact it can have on residents, especially when it effects their livelihood and ability to get out and about. I’d like to reassure residents we are listening, and our main aim is to pro-actively target these criminals and retrieve these stolen vehicles.
“Partnership working is key to tackling an issue as complex as anti-social behaviour and other associated crime. It’s why we continue to come together regularly with the likes of the local council, house associations, education and health professionals and social services to look at what we are all doing individually, and more importantly, what we are and can be doing collectively to tackle the issue.
“We as a Force are extremely committed to creating long term solutions to the problems faced and making our communities feel safer and stronger than ever.
“Hull has some of the most vibrant communities within the area we cover and we really don’t want that positive energy and community spirit to subside. I’m confident in us all pulling together and putting the work in, we can make a difference.”
If you have concerns about antisocial behaviour or crime, speak to your local officers, contact police via their website or social media (@humberbeat) or call the non-emergency 101 line.