Help police fight rural crime in the Wolds

Police file pic
Police file pic

Lincolnshire Police are urging rural communities to help tackle rural crime following a spate of thefts in the Wolds.

In recent months the area has been subject to a spate of rural crime.

This has included including burglaries to farms, workshops and garages with tools, agricultural vehicles and Land Rover 4x4s having been stolen in most cases.

As part of operation Aardwolf, put in place to tackle rural crime, police officers from Louth have been joined on patrol by PCSOs, volunteer Special Constables and specialist officers from the East Midlands Specialist Operations Support team. They are also working closely with their colleagues from Caistor and Market Rasen.

Louth Community Policing Inspector Richard Myszczyszyn said “If you have anything you think might be relevant, or even just have any suspicions about particular people or activity, please contact us on 101 as soon as possible.”