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Yob caught on camera after Nantwich church vandalised

Yob caught on camera after Nantwich church vandalised

This yob was caught on camera vandalising a Nantwich church, sparking a police investigation.

Local residents say there have been a number of incidents in the past few weeks of vandals targeting the Methodist Chapel in Hospital Street.

September 7, 2016
CCTV pic issued in hunt for South Cheshire bank robber

CCTV pic issued in hunt for South Cheshire bank robber

Police hunting a bank robber who struck in South Cheshire, have released a CCTV image of a man they want to trace.

A lone man who entered Yorkshire Bank on Victoria Street, in Crewe, told staff he was armed and approached the cashier demanding money.

March 16, 2016
CCTV pic shows man wanted for Nantwich Civic Hall damage

CCTV pic shows man wanted for Nantwich Civic Hall damage

Police have issued a CCTV image of a man wanted in connection with criminal damage at Nantwich Civic Hall.

Officers are probing an incident which led to £1,500 worth of damage caused at the Civic Hall on Market Street.

November 21, 2015
Wulvern’s pledge over fly-tipping signs and CCTV outside “Flash” home

Wulvern’s pledge over fly-tipping signs and CCTV outside “Flash” home

Wulvern Housing chiefs have pledged to remove signs and CCTV from scrap metal collector Michael “Flash” Meakin’s Nantwich property if fly-tipping stops.

Thousands of residents have protested at Wulvern after they installed signs and a camera outside Mr Meakin’s home on Gerard Drive.

August 13, 2015
Thousands angry at Wulvern “threat” to Nantwich metal man, Flash

Thousands angry at Wulvern “threat” to Nantwich metal man, Flash

Thousands of people have signed a petition supporting Nantwich scrap metal collector, Michael “Flash” Meakin.

The petition was launched after Wulvern Housing posted signs around his property on Gerard Drive warning him about fly-tipping and threatening to prosecute.

August 11, 2015
Crime-busting Scoot scheme in Crewe and Nantwich wins award

Crime-busting Scoot scheme in Crewe and Nantwich wins award

A community scheme to tackle town centre crime in Crewe and Nantwich has scooped a top award.

‘Stamp crime out of town’ (Scoot), a business crime partnership operating across Crewe and Nantwich for 13 years, has been given a Safer Business Award ‘with distinction’.

May 7, 2015
Police and council chiefs praise CCTV after Crewe town centre stabbings

Police and council chiefs praise CCTV after Crewe town centre stabbings

Police and council chiefs have praised CCTV and local retailers for their help during the Crewe town centre stabbing incident.

A 72-year-old woman and 55-year-old were allegedly attacked by a man with a knife in the Victoria Centre near WH Smiths and Asda during a busy shopping day.

August 20, 2014
Police release CCTV image of man in Nantwich burglary appeal

Police release CCTV image of man in Nantwich burglary appeal

Police hunting a burglar who struck at two addresses in Nantwich have released an image of a man they want to speak to. This CCTV picture is part of an appeal after two break-ins at addresses on London Road and St Joseph’s Way near Richmond Village, Nantwich.

May 13, 2014
Nantwich school pays tribute to stabbed teacher Ann Maguire

Nantwich school pays tribute to stabbed teacher Ann Maguire

A school in Nantwich has been flying its flag half mast in honour of Ann Maguire, the teacher stabbed to death in her classroom in Leeds. Brine Leas Academy, on Audlem Road, wanted to pay its respects to the 61-year-old whose death has rocked the country.

April 29, 2014
Stapeley community hall in Nantwich damaged by vandals

Stapeley community hall in Nantwich damaged by vandals

Yobs have vandalised a village hall in Nantwich, causing hundreds of pounds in damage. The vandals struck at the new Stapeley community hall, next to Pear Tree Primary School, on Pear Tree Field.

April 24, 2014
Policing of Nantwich Jazz Festival a “success” after just seven arrests

Policing of Nantwich Jazz Festival a “success” after just seven arrests

Police chiefs have hailed this years’ Nantwich Jazz Festival a success after just seven arrests made during the five-day event. The number of arrests is a drop on previous years, which Cheshire Police say is down to planning, CCTV, and working with licensees.

April 22, 2014
Town council agrees £24,000 CCTV boost for Nantwich

Town council agrees £24,000 CCTV boost for Nantwich

CCTV coverage in Nantwich has been given a major boost after a new agreement between police and council chiefs. A partnership review examining use of the 15 CCTV cameras in the town was carried out by Nantwich Police, Cheshire East Council and Nantwich Town Council.

April 8, 2014
CCTV pics of men wanted over Wrenbury post office burglary, Nantwich

CCTV pics of men wanted over Wrenbury post office burglary, Nantwich

Police have issued CCTV pictures of two men wanted in connection with a burglary in Nantwich. Detectives want to trace the men after a burglary at Wrenbury Post Office on January 9.

February 8, 2014