Leicestershire

Passenger in critical condition following Elmsthorpe collision

Leicestershire Police News Feed - Sat, 09/22/2018 - 19:11

A passenger injured in an Elmsthorpe road traffic collision remains in hospital in a critical condition.

Police were called at around 2.20am this morning (Saturday 22 September) to a report that a silver Vauxhall Corsa had left the road at Station Road, approximately 100 metres from the junction with Bostock Close.

The driver of the vehicle has been taken to hospital where she remains in a stable condition. Her injuries are not considered life threatening.

The passenger was taken to the University hospital of Coventry and Warwickshire where he remains in a critical condition.

A 25 year old woman has been arrested on suspicion of driving while unfit through drink or drugs.

The road was closed for a number of hours following the collision but has since been reopened.

Officers are appealing for anyone may have witnessed the collision or saw the vehicle beforehand to please get in touch.

Anyone with information is asked to contact DC 1504 Seamus Burns on 101 and quote 18*453724.

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Tenants removed following drug related anti-social behaviour

Leicestershire Police News Feed - Fri, 09/21/2018 - 16:25

Six homes associated with anti-social behaviour in relation to drugs have successfully been shut down and their tenants removed.

The closure orders, at addresses in Coalville and its surrounding area, were successfully applied for at Leicester Magistrates Court by Leicestershire Police and North West Leicestershire District Council as part of a joint operation.

It is the first operation of its kind in Leicestershire due to the large number of properties involved.

Tenants were given the opportunity to oppose the orders at court today. One property has been partially closed and can only be resided in by the named tenant.

Officers also applied for a closure order at a seventh property and a hearing is due to take place at Leicester Magistrates next Friday 28 September.

The closure orders were sought following months of anti-social behaviour causing misery to nearby residents.

All occupants affected by the closure order where appropriate have been offered advice and assistance to secure suitable alternative housing.

Inspector Richard Jackson, from North West Leicestershire Neighbourhood Policing Area, who oversaw the operation, said: “We welcome the closure orders after experiencing daily issues with the premises which had caused occupants and local residents’ misery and grief, negatively impacting our community.

“The closure orders highlight partnership working and the determination of the police and the council to take positive action against such anti-social behaviour.

“We pride ourselves on how we work with our local community, and this is one example of the positive impact this can have when we do so.”

Councillor Trevor Pendleton, chair of the Safer North West Leicestershire Partnership, said: “This is the biggest operation of its kind in Leicestershire and we’re proud to work with the police to really make an impact.

“We’re not alone in this – anti-social behaviour and drug problems happen in every community – but with this action we show we will not tolerate this sort of criminality that has such a negative effect on the people involved and the local area.”

Bev Smith, chief executive of North West Leicestershire District Council, added: “We hope we’ve sent a clear message to people associated with drug-related anti-social behaviour– we will use all our powers, including closure orders, with the aim of reducing the impact of drug use in our district.”

Anyone with information about anti-social behaviour drug use or supply is urged to call Leicestershire Police on 101 or Crimestoppers, which is anonymous, on 0800 555 111

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Chief Inspector returns from two year programme in St. Helena

Leicestershire Police News Feed - Fri, 09/21/2018 - 15:59

Chief Inspector Steve Riley has returned to Leicestershire Police following a two year deployment to St. Helena, a volcanic tropical island in the South Atlantic Ocean.

During his time as the Chief Inspector on St Helena he successfully strengthened the police service and helped the island to modernise, building a stronger police force which is better connected to the outside world.

Steve arrived at St. Helena, with his wife and three young children, ready to apply his knowledge and skills learnt whilst working for Leicestershire Police.

Under his leadership, he was instrumental in making lots of changes and helped the service to modernise. Using skills developed throughout his career, he was able to take on local matters and liaise with the UK Government, ultimately creating a wider outlook to his policing skills and prompting him to take a different approach to tackling new scenarios.

An airport opened on the island in October 2017 which means it no longer takes five days by ship from Cape Town South Africa to reach the island. Steve developed an information sharing agreement with ACRO Criminal Records Office in order to strengthen the island’s border security in preparation for commercial flights. Funding was also obtained for a Sergeant and two PCs from the UK who were sent over to help train local police, advancing their skills.

Now back in Leicestershire, Steve is now the Chief Inspector in the force’s Call Management Department based at force headquarters. Steve highly recommends taking up the opportunity to other officers. Reflecting on the last few years, he is grateful for being able to experience a different way of life in both his work and his family. His children experienced a completely different culture by joining a local school, making new friends and swimming with dolphins and whale sharks.

The convenience of going for a late night Tesco run became a luxury that was greatly missed whilst making do with what they had was vital as supplies had to be shipped to the island and often ran low. At one point, the family went without eggs for months. However, the drawback of having limited supplies and limited fresh fruit or veg were far outweighed by the benefits of living a new pace of life surrounded by beautiful and tranquil scenery.

Now they have returned, Steve is enjoying getting back into his routine at work. His family are settling back into home and school very well and will cherish the family experience and memories made in St. Helena.

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NEW COURSE - Local Council Planning for the Medium Term

Rutland and Leicestershire BBC News Feed - Fri, 09/21/2018 - 11:37

This course is designed for parish and town councillors and clerks from councils that are interested in maximising the opportunities presented by the 3 year moratorium on "capping".

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Couple targeted by distraction burglars in Glen Parva

Leicestershire Police News Feed - Thu, 09/20/2018 - 16:13

Officers have issued a warning after a couple were the victims of a distraction burglary in Glen Parva yesterday afternoon (Wednesday 19 September).

The incident was reported to have taken place around 3.45pm in Lancaster Way, when the victims returned home to find some tiles had come off their roof. While they were inspecting the damage three men in white flat-bed vehicle stopped outside their property.

They offered to fix the damage. When the victim came to paying for the damage he noticed a large amount of money had been taken from a drawer in the bedroom.

The suspects were all white, two of them have been described as being 30-40 years-old and the third man was in his 60s.

One of them had short dark hair, he was wearing a green t-shirt, jeans and had black work boots on that were very muddy. The second man was about 5ft 11ins tall, of muscular build, he had short light brown hair and stubble. He was wearing a navy blue polo shirt with red and white stripes on the collar and on the top of the pocket.

The older suspect was about 5ft 7ins and of large build. He was wearing a cap and a denim jacket.

Detective Constable Steph Burnham is investigating the incident, she said: “The suspects were in the area around the end of the school day and we’d like to speak to anyone who may have seen the suspects in the area. If you were travelling in this area and have a dash cam fitted to your vehicle please check the footage for any images that may help with our enquiries.

“We would also ask local people to remain vigilant and contact us if they have been visited in similar circumstances.”

Anyone with any information about the incident is asked to contact DC 1695 Steph Burnham on 101, quoting crime number 18*449571.

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Epic cycle ride raises money for special charity

Leicestershire Police News Feed - Thu, 09/20/2018 - 16:05

A friend of Sergeant Stewart Sparling has raised more than three thousand pounds during an epic bike ride for the Treble One Trust set up by Stewart before he sadly died from Motor Neurone Disease (MND).

Geoff Allard cycled an outstanding 992.7 miles (including a few wrong turns) from Land’s End to John O’Groats in the ‘Deloitte Ride across Britain’ challenge raising an incredible £3170. The Treble One Trust was set up to fund specialist equipment for people with MND and was named after Stewart’s collar number – 111. Stewart sadly lost his courageous battle with MND on 20 June 2015 aged 44.

During the nine day challenge Geoff cycled through 23 counties in England, Wales and Scotland with an average speed of 15.4mph. Whilst he didn’t get any punctures, there were a few minor technical errors that were easily resolved and impressively only one fall (however, Geoff stated this wasn’t whilst cycling!!)

The rural route meant Geoff could only update those back home via text when there was enough signal, due to internet being scarce. In the meantime, whilst busy pedalling, his daughter Holly, helped log the daily diary of events.

Months of training and support from friends and family, as well as friends met along the way, helped the gruelling journey, fortunately; only 70 out of the 990 miles had light rain. Lots of laughter helped the team cycle twice the height of Everest, encouraging themselves and one another to get to the top of the country.

Posting a picture of his medal at the finishing line on Facebook, Geoff said; “The logistical organisation of getting such a large group of riders across the whole of Great Britain along with tents, showers, toilets, catering, medics, mechanics etc. was amazing and a credit to the organisers, ‘Threshold Sports’.

The camaraderie between hundreds of cyclists representing countries round the world of all ages kept everyone going. If anyone had a bad day there was always someone on hand to assist and cheer them up. As well as this achievement I also made what I hope to be some long lasting friendships.”

The cycle may have come to an end but the charity has many future events lined up, all of which can be found on their Facebook and Website (linked below).

Treble One Trust Facebook:

Treble One Trust Website

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Woman reported missing found safe and well

Leicestershire Police News Feed - Wed, 09/19/2018 - 22:51

A 23-year-old woman who was reported missing has been found safe and well this evening (Wednesday).

Leigh-Ann Turton had been reported missing from the Wigston area on Monday morning (17 September).

Officers thanked everyone who shared the appeal for information and assisted with enquiries.

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Appeal to people who spoke to missing man Ezra Wale

Leicestershire Police News Feed - Wed, 09/19/2018 - 20:36

Officers searching for missing man Ezra Wale are appealing to speak to two people who are believed to have spoken to Ezra on the night he went missing.

Ezra was last seen by a friend in the area of Church Gate, Leicester, at around 11.30pm on Saturday 15 September.

He was reported missing on 16 September.

Following enquiries, it is understood a number of people talked to Ezra as he was making his way through the Church Gate area.

This includes a man and a woman who approached Ezra at around 12.10am on Sunday (16 September) in the area of Church Gate before walking with him in the direction of Burleys Way.

The man is described as wearing light trousers and a dark jacket while the woman is described as wearing a knee length coat and light trousers. She was carrying a large handbag.

Police Constable Phil Porter said: “We are continuing to carry out a number of enquiries to find Ezra including speaking to people in the area and checking CCTV. From these enquiries we understand a number of people have talked to Ezra after he was last seen by his friend.

“If you are the people described above then please get in touch. Your information could be vital and help us in our search to find Ezra. Ezra has not been reported missing before and his family and ourselves are extremely concerned for his welfare.”

As part of ongoing enquiries, a search was carried out along a section of the canal in the area of Frog Island, Leicester, today (19 September). This was carried out by a water search team and a drone team. There were no developments in the ongoing enquiries following this search.

Ezra is described as white, around 5’9”tall, of slim build with shaved hair.

He was last seen wearing an orange short-sleeved shirt, black or grey jeans, a black lightweight fleece jacket and black trainers. He had white earphones with him.

If you recognise the description of the people mentioned, or you have any information regarding Ezra, contact 101 quoting incident 661 of 16 September.

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Can you help find missing woman Leigh-Ann Turton?

Leicestershire Police News Feed - Wed, 09/19/2018 - 19:57

A 23-year-old woman has been reported missing – and officers are appealing for the public’s help.

Leigh-Ann Turton was reported missing on Monday morning (17 September) after it was found she had not returned to her home in Wigston.

Leigh-Ann has not been reported missing before and her family and officers are extremely concerned for her welfare.

It is understood Leigh-Ann could be in the city centre, particularly in the Welford Road and surrounding area.

Leigh-Ann is described as white, around 5’9” tall, with shoulder-length blonde hair. She was last seen wearing a dark grey fleece, navy blue jeans and black Adidas trainers.

Leigh-Ann has a tattoo on her right arm of two elephants.

If you have any information regarding the whereabouts of Leigh-Ann contact 101 quoting incident 67 of 17 September.

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Build a better budget: the importance of ensuring adequate training provision

Rutland and Leicestershire BBC News Feed - Wed, 09/19/2018 - 18:37

The world of parish and town councils is ever changing, with councillors and clerks regularly being faced with new challenges and opportunities both at a national and local level. GDPR and the recent changes to the external audit process are but two recent...

Breck's Last Game – film warns of dangers of online grooming

Leicestershire Police News Feed - Wed, 09/19/2018 - 12:00

A film about a 14-year-old boy who was murdered by a man he met online is due to be shown to schoolchildren across Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland to help raise awareness of online grooming among boys.

Breck’s Last Game is about Surrey teenager Breck Bednar who was killed by Essex computer engineer Lewis Daynes in 2014.

Daynes ran an online server where Breck, and several of his friends, played games online. It was through this forum that Daynes groomed Breck over 13 months – telling him a series of lies, turning him against family and friends, and eventually luring him to his flat on the promise of handing over a fake business.

Through the use of avatars, the film captures the events leading up to Breck’s death and also features the real 999 call made to police by Daynes.

The project is the work of an innovative collaboration between four police forces – Leicestershire, Northamptonshire, Essex and Surrey – and has been made with the active support of Breck’s mother Lorin LaFave, who appears in the film as herself.

The film was launched today (Wednesday 19 September) and will now be rolled-out in schools across Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland, where it will be shown to secondary schoolchildren.

Speaking at the launch of the film, Deputy Chief Constable Rob Nixon, said: “The launch of Breck’s Last Game is the latest phase in our ongoing efforts to raise awareness of online grooming and child sexual exploitation.

“While Kayleigh’s Love Story was about a local teenager who was groomed over social media, and has been extremely successful in warning children of the dangers of online grooming, Breck’s Last Game tells a slightly different story.

“We recognise that boys are less willing to report CSE and we hope that this film will resonate with them, encourage anyone who is the victim of online grooming to report what is happening to them, and to generate conversations about the dangers posed online, not only in the classroom but also at home.

“I believe that Breck’s Last Game, which will be shown in schools with the right support wrapped around screenings, will do just that.”

Daynes, who was 18 at the time of the offence, was sentenced in 2015 to a minimum of 25 years in prison for Breck’s murder.

Schoolchildren in Surrey, Essex and Northamptonshire will also be shown Breck’s Last Game as part of planned lessons over the coming months with a trailer of the film now available to view online.

The full version of Breck’s Last Games, which carries a warning that, if it were to be screened at a cinema, it would carry a 15 certificate, won’t be released publicly until 2019 to enable it to be shown as part of planned lessons.

Breck’s mother Lorin said: “Breck’s story shows how easily grooming can happen. He met the predator through an online friendship group and would have been flattered to have an intelligent, older mentor helping him expand his gaming skills.

“At the time, I believed the offender was older than he was because he was so controlling and manipulative, even with me, so it’s important for young people to realise not only can predators lie about their age, where they live or who they are online, they can also be a similar age to the victim. They are not always the stereotypical ‘creepy old guy’.

“It’s so important for us to raise awareness of the fact that boys can be groomed too. Breck’s came after international media surrounding the Rochdale and Rotherham cases, where the victims were all girls. His version wasn’t the ‘typical’ type of grooming people had heard about in the news.

"His story shows even regular school boys can make mistakes if they aren’t educated to recognise the signs of grooming and exploitation.

“I hope through the Breck’s Last Game campaign, young people will take on the real life lessons from Breck’s story so they are able to look after each other, keep safe, and reach their full potentials. Our intention is to educate young people so they are empowered to make safer choices for themselves online."

The film has been funded by Leicestershire’s Police and Crime Commissioner Lord Willy Bach with additional contributions from Surrey, Essex and Northamptonshire police forces.

Lord Bach said: “Every single one of us has a responsibility to protect children and young people from abuse of any kind. As this film evocatively illustrates, abuse is not confined to young girls. Sadly however, many boys and young male victims will suffer in silence rather than seek help which means they don’t receive any support and the perpetrator escapes justice.

“If we can teach young people that all is not always what it seems, we give the knowledge to protect themselves, whether that is on the street or on-line. A film can do this very effectively.

“I also hope that the film will safeguard young males from harm and encourage any victims to speak out and report their experiences, so that we can stamp out this evil behaviour. This is another really good piece of work and I would like to thank everyone who has worked so hard to produce it.”

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Officers prepare for knife crime action

Leicestershire Police News Feed - Wed, 09/19/2018 - 11:15

Leicestershire officers are preparing for a week of knife crime action as part of National Operation Sceptre.

The seven-day operation starting on Saturday 22 September is intended to reduce knife crime by targeting those who carry weapons and disrupt the supply of knives available to use.

Officers across the Neighbourhood Policing and Priority Response teams will take part in targeted patrols throughout this time. They will also set up surrender bins and where appropriate use their stop and search powers.

Members of the public will be able to hand over unwanted knives at Mansfield House, Loughborough, Spinney Hill and Wigston police stations. In addition, the force’s knife arch will also be at an undisclosed location to target those carrying knives.

Officers will also be at Leicester Royal Infirmary, Glenfield and General hospitals, throughout the week to help highlight the message that carrying a knife can have potentially deadly consequences.

The operation sits alongside on-going work to prevent knife crime across the force including educational activities in schools and youth settings, and the #LivesNotKnives campaign which is well established.

Superintendent Shane O’Neill, who leads the force’s response to knife crime, said: “We will not tolerate people carrying knives on our streets and will do our utmost to ensure we catch offenders and deal with them appropriately.

“We are dedicated to supporting this national operation as part of the force’s on-going work to tackle knife crime and will use our stop and search powers to prevent and detect crime, identify those who intend to cause harm and disrupt criminal networks.

“Not only that but we are doing everything we can to work with partner agencies so that early intervention messages are delivered through various channels to our young people. The most recent of these was a film made in conjunction with Leicester City Football Club which sent out a strong message to football fans that carrying a knife is not part of a team mentality.

“Through our engagement activities we are highlighting that carrying a knife is not a status symbol but instead can have some serious consequences.”

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Did you help man following assault?

Leicestershire Police News Feed - Tue, 09/18/2018 - 15:40

Officers are appealing to speak to a member of the public who helped a man following an assault in a Leicester street.

The victim of the incident, who is in his 20s, was assaulted in Saffron Lane at around 10.15am on Sunday (16 September).

The incident happened after a purple car with four men travelling in it pulled up in the street. A number of the men then attacked the victim who was walking in the street.

The victim suffered injuries which required hospital treatment. He has since been discharged from hospital.

It is reported that another man who was nearby is likely to have witnessed the incident and shouted over to the suspects leading to them leaving the area.

The member of the public then helped the victim, driving him to a member of his family.

Police Constable Neil Walker said: “This member of the public helped the victim and we would like to speak to him as we believe he could help us with our enquiries in this investigation.

“We are also appealing to anyone who was in the area of Saffron Lane on Sunday morning to think back to anything they saw or heard which may be able to help us.

“Did you see a group of men or a purple vehicle in the area? Do you have CCTV or dashcam footage which holds information which could assist us? If you have any information, no matter how insignificant it may seem, please get in touch.”

Anyone with any information is asked to call 101 quoting incident 18000443332.

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Officers continue appeal in search for missing teenage boy

Leicestershire Police News Feed - Tue, 09/18/2018 - 11:16

Officers are continuing to appeal for the public’s help following concerns for the welfare of a missing 16-year-old boy.

It is believed Tyrone Reid-Poleon is currently in the West Leicester area after he was reported missing from his home in London by a family member on August 1.

Initial enquiries were carried out by the Metropolitan Police in relation to the whereabouts of Tyrone. Following these enquiries, it was established that Tyrone may have links to the Leicestershire area.

Leicestershire Police have been carrying out enquires in the West Leicester area including speaking to people in the area and carrying out CCTV enquiries.

Tyrone’s family and officers are extremely concerned for Tyrone’s welfare and are appealing to anyone who has seen Tyrone in the area to contact police.

The 16-year-old is described as black, with black hair and clean shaven.

If you have any information contact 101 quoting incident 558 of 14 September.

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Appeal for help to find missing 22-year-old man

Leicestershire Police News Feed - Mon, 09/17/2018 - 21:34

Officers are appealing for the public’s help following concerns for the welfare of a missing 22-year-old man.

Ezra Wale was last seen in the area of Church Gate, Leicester, at around 11.30pm on Saturday 15 September.

Ezra has not been reported missing before and his family and officers are extremely concerned for his welfare.

Ezra is described as white, around 5’9”tall, of slim build with shaved hair.

He was last seen wearing an orange short-sleeved shirt, black or grey jeans, a black lightweight fleece jacket and black trainers. He had white earphones with him.

If you have any information regarding the whereabouts of Ezra, contact 101 quoting incident 661 of 16 September.

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Investigation continues following Loughborough collision

Leicestershire Police News Feed - Mon, 09/17/2018 - 11:56

Officers are continuing to appeal for information after a van collided into the front of a Loughborough property last week.

The incident happened just before 4am last Wednesday (12 September) in The Osiers, with the driver of the vehicle being reported to have left the scene of the incident.

No injuries were reported following the incident. Damage was caused to part of the property.

A 15-year-old boy, of Loughborough, has been arrested on suspicion of taking a vehicle without consent. He has since been released under investigation.

Enquiries are continuing into the collision and officers are appealing for anyone with any information, who has not yet contacted police, to get in touch.

Detective Constable Alex Paterson said: “We are continuing to establish the full circumstances of the incident and have been carrying out a number of enquiries including checking CCTV and speaking to people in the area.

“As part of these ongoing enquiries, we are continuing to urge anyone who has any information, and who has not yet spoken to us, to make contact.

“The incident happened in the early hours of the morning but we are asking anyone who happened to be in the area at the time, to think back to anything they may have seen or heard.

“We are also appealing to anyone who has any CCTV or dashcam footage in the area, and surrounding area of The Osiers, to please check this as you could hold vital information.”

If you have any information, contact 101 quoting incident 18000435480.

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Concern for missing teenage boy

Leicestershire Police News Feed - Sun, 09/16/2018 - 12:12

Officers are concerned for the welfare of a missing 16-year-old boy who it is believed may be in the Leicestershire area.

Tyrone Reid-Poleon was reported missing from his home in London by a family member on August 30.

Initial enquiries were carried out by the Metropolitan Police in relation to the whereabouts of Tyrone. Following these enquiries, it has been established Tyrone may have links to the Leicestershire area.

Tyrone is described as black, with black hair and clean shaven.

If anyone has seen Tyrone, or has any information of his whereabouts, contact 101 quoting incident 558 of 14 September

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Missing teenage girl found safe and well

Leicestershire Police News Feed - Fri, 09/14/2018 - 16:19

A teenage girl who was reported missing has been found safe and well.

Amber Godsell, 15, had been reported missing from the Loughborough area on Wednesday 5 September.

Officers thanked everyone who shared the appeal for information and assisted with enquiries.

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‘Hindu preacher’ jailed for 42 months for sexual offences

Leicestershire Police News Feed - Fri, 09/14/2018 - 15:45

A self-titled Hindu preacher who admitted sexual offences against two young women has been jailed for 42 months.

Mohanial Rajani, 76, formerly of Silverdale Drive, Leicester, pleaded guilty to four counts of sexual assault, two against each victim, when he previously appeared at Leicester Crown Court.

Today (Friday 14 September), at the same court, he was sentenced to 42 months imprisonment.

He has been placed on the sexual offences register for life. Rajani claimed he was a disciple of a Guru in India and following the leaders death he was given authority to continue with the teachings.

The victims in this case attended prayers at a place of worship in Leicester and at the defendant’s home address, where they were subjected to sexual assaults between 2008 and 2013.

DC Shaheen Hovell was the officer involved in the investigation. She said: “Rajani abused his position of trust within the local community and had no regard for the effect his crimes would have on the victims.

“The victims have been extremely brave throughout the process, from the initial report all the way through to the court process. This was in no way easy for them; the defendant was well-known in their local community and speaking out about these offences was extremely difficult for them.

“We are pleased he admitted the offences and spared the victims the ordeal of giving evidence in court. We hope this case gives other victims the courage to come forward and report crimes against them. It doesn’t matter when the offences have taken place we can still investigate and prosecute individuals.

“We have specialist officers who can guide you through the process and put you in touch with support agencies. Please don’t suffer in silence and contact 101.”

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Concern for missing teenage girl

Leicestershire Police News Feed - Fri, 09/14/2018 - 13:11

Officers are concerned for the welfare of a teenage girl who has been reported missing from the Loughborough area.

Amber Godsell, 15, who also has strong links to the Hinckley area, was reported missing on Wednesday 5 September.

She was last seen at her home in Loughborough at around 5.30pm that day. Amber is described as white, around 5’ 5” tall, with long, straight brown hair and brown eyes. She was last seen wearing a burgundy zip-up top, a vest top which was possibly black, blue jeans and blue trainers.

Officers have been carrying out enquiries to find Amber and are urging the public to contact police if they know where Amber is.

Anyone with any information is asked to contact 101 quoting incident 746 of 5 September.

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