U.K. Crime Scene: Aluminum panels stolen from farm
ICKLINGHAM — The Suffolk Constabulary is investigating the theft of approximately $40,000 worth of aluminum panels stolen from outside a farm where they were used as a track for delivery vehicles.
Authorities have said a flat-bed tractor trailer would have been necessary to transports the panels, which are roughly 9 feet by 7 feet, according to a Suffolk Constabulary news release.
Police say roughly 20 panels were stolen sometime between Jan. 16 and Jan. 17, but the theft was reported to police the week of Feb. 12.
Anyone with information about this crime is urged to call 01284 774100.
Motorbikes seized by authoritiesMARCH — Cambridgeshire authorities seized two motorbikes last week as part of a clamp-down on illegally used vehicles, authorities said.
The seizures occurred following a number of complaints from land owners about motorbikes being driven on private land without permission, according a Cambridge Constabulary news release.
Two motorbikes being driven by adolescents without insurance were seized, according to the Cambridgeshire Constabulary.
Under the Police Reform Act 2002, police have the power to seize any vehicle being used illegally or anti-socially.
The owner must then pay a fine to have the vehicle released back into their possession. Officers also are able to seize any vehicle being driven on a public road where the driver does not have insurance or a license, according to Cambridgeshire police.
Police search for suspect in deathAYLESBURY — Thames Valley police are asking for the public’s help in apprehending the suspect responsible for the death of a 23-year-old woman last year.
Beata Bryl was found on July 29 in a wooded area of Buckinghamshire, according a Thames Valley Police news release.
She was last seen on the westbound station of the Leytonstone tube station in northeast London a day earlier, police said.
Police are unsure what happened to Bryl between the time she was last seen in London and when her body was found. They are asking for the public to step forward with information.
They are urging anyone with information about her death to contact authorities at 0845 8505 505.