Latest crime figures for South Norfolk revealed

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The latest crime figures for South Norfolk have been revealed.

Inspector Jason Selvarajah said: “We will be holding quarterly engagement events in Diss, Harleston and Long Stratton to seek your views on local policing.

“We have held some impact days across the area which is where a number of officers target a particular problem. We have made a number of arrests and issued traffic offence reports.

“We will continue to target speeding and will continue to work with our partners to improve the quality of life in your neighbourhood.”

South Norfolk Engagement Officer Jim Squires added: “I would like to warn owners of works vans that their has been in increase in this type of vehicle being broken into and tools being stolen.

“Please consider fitting an independent lock to the rear and side doors if you are not able to remove your tools when your vehicle is not in use or if you are unable to securely park your vehicle off road.”

Diss, Bressingham and Roydon: Anti-social behaviour, 1; Burglary non-dwelling, 1; Burglary dwelling, 1; Criminal damage, 5;Domestic, 3; Hate incident, 1; Possession of weapons, 1; Public fear, alarm or distress, 2; Theft from a motor vehicle, 2.

Harleston, Earsham and Beck Vale: Anti-social behaviour, 2; Burglary non-dwelling, 1; Burglary dwelling, 1; Criminal damage, 4; Domestic, 5; Public fear, alarm or distress, 1; Theft from a motor vehicle, 1.

Scole and Dickleburgh: Anti-social behaviour, 1; Burglary dwelling, 1; Criminal damage, 1; Domestic, 6; Possession of controlled substance, 1; Theft from a motor vehicle, 1.

Long Stratton, Hempnall and Forncett: Anti-social behaviour, 1; Burglary non dwelling, 3; Burglary dwelling, 1; Criminal damage, 10; Domestic, 6; Possession of weapons, 1; Public fear, alarm or distress, 2; Theft from a motor vehicle, 2.