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This message is dated Wednesday 8th January 2020 - CountryWatch

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This message is dated Tuesday 7th January 2020 for CountryWatch.
 
 
12 - 13/12/2019  Farm, Watling. Nissan 4x4 index BN ** RKX got stuck in a field after a suspected hare coursing incident.   The following morning at around 1100 hours several males arrived in a Silver Ford transit Van Index WD or WO 88 WDW with sign writing on the side promoting a tree care company, trying to recover the Nissan. This silver Transit may be connected to a nearby traveller site that has possible connections to a well known person in the area for illegal land incursion and hunting offences.
 
18/12  3.30 p.m.  Hatford, Oxfordshire.  A green Suzuki vehicle with a partial index W 877 was seen in a field possibly hare coursing. Vehicle was seen by officers driving erratically in field and made off from police vehicles.
 
18/12  Oakley Road, Boarstall.  several number plates were located in a gateway in Bernwood Forest.  They also found 3 sets of severed Fallow deer feet and 4 barrels of red diesel in the same location.
 
22/12  Christmas Common, Henley.  The occupants of a Blue Mercedes ML with partial index: ST02… were seen to be catapulting pheasants
 
26/5 - 28/5 2019  The Environment Agency is carrying out an investigation into the illegal deposit of 600 tonnes of trommel fines, shredded and processed waste, industrial and commercial loose waste. The waste was illegally deposited by 20 to 30 roll on / off, tippers and articulated lorries at eight different locations within Wapsey Wood landfill site, Oxford Road, Gerrards Cross, SL9 8TE between 26 and 28 May 2018.
On 2 June 2018, a second attempt to fly tip waste at the site took place, this attempt was successfully prevented.
The incidents were reported to the Environment Agency (NIRS 1617611 and 1627991) and Police (URN610290518).
CCTV footage captured the vehicles entering and exiting the site. The first vehicle entered the site at approximately 16:30 on Saturday 26 May 2018. The last vehicle was captured at 02:26 on Monday 28 May 2018. The footage shows the vehicles, some of which are sign written ORION and WASTE-A-WAY RECYCLING were accompanied by cars and vans. The only VRM captured by the CCTV footage was PN ** AXU.
Sixteen pieces of traceable waste were found amongst the deposited waste, enquiries are on-going.
 
Two quad bikes were seized as suspected stolen from a warrant in Spencer’s Wood in October. They have been looked at by a vehicle examiner but they are having trouble identifying where they have come from.
Following a press release Yamaha & Kawasaki bikes have possibly been identified but I am waiting to confirm this. Seeking anyone who may have lost the others (below).
 Suzuki Child's white and blue, Quad Bike: The stamped in VIN was located, it was of poor quality and unlikely to be genuine. I contacted Suzuki GB. As these vehicles are bought for leisure use, they are not road legal and therefore, not registered. Suzuki GB had no record of this number. The only number I can find is on the front lower cross member. The number is of poor quality.
The motorbike was of an unknown make and possibly of Chinese manufacture (not a Suzuki) (with Rockstar Energy Drink advertising on fairings). The VIN plate had been removed. The engine number was checked on PNC, no trace. This type of motorcycle is for leisure and not normally road registered. There were no other ID features found including Datatags. Engine number: 1P54FM101503198

 
On 22nd December 2019 2 X Rotax 912ULS light aircraft engines were stolen from an airfield near Applerknowle, Derbyshire - approx. value £20,000 each.  Offenders under cover of darkness have used an angle grinder or similar to gain entry to two hangers, they specifically targeted the Rotax engines and removed the propellers, before using a trolley to take the engines across a field to a waiting vehicle.
 
If you have any information or want to report similar incidents, please contact opal@westmercia.pnn.police.uk
 
 
Please consider using our online reporting system but please note this reporting tool is not for use where a crime happening right now, the suspect is still at the scene, or anyone seriously injured or in immediate danger.
 
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Jeff
Jeffrey.pick@thamesvalley.pnn.police.uk

 
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Jeffrey Pick (Police, Community Engagement & Resilience Officer, Windsor & Maidenhead LPA)

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