North Yorkshire Police is appealing for witnesses and information about a burglary that occurred in Acomb, York.
It happened at Huntsmans Walk between 1pm and 3.30pm on Thursday 2 January 2020. Items of jewellery were stolen.
We are requesting the public’s assistance to help establish the full circumstances surrounding the incident.
In particular, we are appealing for information about any witnesses that were in the area or anyone who has CCTV in the local area.
Anyone with information that could assist the investigation should contact North Yorkshire Police on 101, select option 2, and ask for PC 41 David Ellison You can also email email@example.com
If you wish to remain anonymous, you can pass information to Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.
Please quote the North Yorkshire Police reference number 12200001011.Contact details:Dave Ellison – #0041
firstname.lastname@example.org | 30041Incident reference:12200001011
Local Councillors have been working on Huntsman’s Walk today.
Overgrown wild flowers have been relocated to an area near the Community Centre.
Cllr Andrew Waller, Cllr Sheena Jackson & Cllr Stephen Fenton working in Huntman’s Walk
The tidy up had been requested by local residents.
The Councils pothole team are currently operating in the Westfield area.
We hope that they will fill in the many potholes that have developed over the last couple of years.
It is important that residents continue to report issues as they arise.
A damaged road surface is more vulnerable to frost damage and would cost much more to resurface in the long term
The work forms part of a £300,000 pothole programme funded by the Coalition government.
It is separate from the resurfacing programme which takes longer to complete each year. This is the programme which was drastically cut by Labour when they took office.
The resurfacing programme has so far reached Huntsman’s Walk where the footpaths have now been repaired.
Petition prompts Council action
Work on resurfacing the footpaths at the low numbered end of Huntsmans Walk commences on 4th August.
Petition collected last year
The work is expected to last for about 5 weeks
The work consists of excavating the current tarmac surfacing, re-grading the stone foundation and relaying a new layer of tarmac. Selected road kerbs are to be replaced.
The Council are offering a discounted cost for the extension, or provision, of a new vehicle crossing if it can be constructed as part of the scheme. Anyone wishing to take advantage of this offer should contact 01904 553130
The resurfacing priority for this street was increased following the collection of a petition, on behalf of residents, by Andrew Waller.
Details of the area to eb resurfaced can be viewed here.