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Man and woman charged after ‘thefts from cars’ in Newton-le-Willows

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POLICE have charged a man and a woman in connection with thefts from vehicles.

Two suspects were arrested over reported thefts from cars in Newton-le-Willows after a warrant was executed by officers on Saturday, December 3.

Police have confirmed they have since charged two people as part of an ongoing investigation into recent vehicle crime in the Newton-le-Willows area.

Officers have received numerous reports of offenders targeting purses, wallets and bank cards that have been left in cars, and which are then used in various locations.

James Towey, 37, of Stephenson Road, Newton-le-Willows, has been charged with theft from a motor vehicle and handling stolen goods.

He appeared at Wirral Magistrates’ Court on Monday, December 5, and was remanded into custody to appear at Liverpool, Knowsley and St Helens Magistrates’ Court in January 2023.

Meanwhile, Laura Wood, 31, of Stephenson Road, Newton-le-Willows, has been charged with two counts of fraud and handling stolen goods.

She appeared in court on Monday, December 5, and was remanded into custody to appear at Liverpool, Knowsley and St Helens Magistrates’ Court in January 2023.

Warrington Guardian: They will appear at the magistrates' court in the new yearThey will appear at the magistrates’ court in the new year (Image: St Helens Star)

Community Policing Inspector Stacey Pope said: “Although we have made these arrests, we will continue to investigate vehicle crime and will act on any information residents have either where people have been seen acting suspiciously, or where dashcam, CCTV and doorbell footage has captured suspects.

“We are also investigating vans being targeted for tools including drills, and keyless thefts of cars and motorbikes.

“Come forward directly or anonymously and as we investigate, here are some practical tips so you don’t become an easy target for thieves.

“Remove any valuables overnight, from personal or work vehicles, and if you have a keyless vehicle, we have advice too, including having a screened or signal blocking pouch for keys.”

  • Pass any information on via police’s social media desk @MerPolCC, or anonymously on Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111. Always call 999 if a crime is in progress.


 



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POLICE have charged a man and a woman in connection with thefts from vehicles.

Two suspects were arrested over reported thefts from cars in Newton-le-Willows after a warrant was executed by officers on Saturday, December 3.

Police have confirmed they have since charged two people as part of an ongoing investigation into recent vehicle crime in the Newton-le-Willows area.

Officers have received numerous reports of offenders targeting purses, wallets and bank cards that have been left in cars, and which are then used in various locations.

James Towey, 37, of Stephenson Road, Newton-le-Willows, has been charged with theft from a motor vehicle and handling stolen goods.

He appeared at Wirral Magistrates’ Court on Monday, December 5, and was remanded into custody to appear at Liverpool, Knowsley and St Helens Magistrates’ Court in January 2023.

Meanwhile, Laura Wood, 31, of Stephenson Road, Newton-le-Willows, has been charged with two counts of fraud and handling stolen goods.

She appeared in court on Monday, December 5, and was remanded into custody to appear at Liverpool, Knowsley and St Helens Magistrates’ Court in January 2023.

Warrington Guardian: They will appear at the magistrates' court in the new yearThey will appear at the magistrates’ court in the new year (Image: St Helens Star)

Community Policing Inspector Stacey Pope said: “Although we have made these arrests, we will continue to investigate vehicle crime and will act on any information residents have either where people have been seen acting suspiciously, or where dashcam, CCTV and doorbell footage has captured suspects.

“We are also investigating vans being targeted for tools including drills, and keyless thefts of cars and motorbikes.

“Come forward directly or anonymously and as we investigate, here are some practical tips so you don’t become an easy target for thieves.

“Remove any valuables overnight, from personal or work vehicles, and if you have a keyless vehicle, we have advice too, including having a screened or signal blocking pouch for keys.”

  • Pass any information on via police’s social media desk @MerPolCC, or anonymously on Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111. Always call 999 if a crime is in progress.


 

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