Sidmouth sees drop in crime

PUBLISHED: 10:18 17 May 2009 | UPDATED: 09:10 18 June 2010

THEFT was the highest source of crimes in Sidmouth during April. There were 11 thefts, and 11 offences of theft or damage to cars and bicycles, PC Steve Lemon reported to Sidmouth Town Council on Wednesday.

THEFT was the highest source of crimes in Sidmouth during April.

There were 11 thefts, and 11 offences of theft or damage to cars and bicycles, PC Steve Lemon reported to Sidmouth Town Council on Wednesday.

There was also one house burglary, two non-dwelling burglaries, four offences of violence and six of criminal damage.


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