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CCTV images released after store break-in

POLICE have released CCTV images in connection with two night-time burglaries of supermarkets.

Force meets 'high demand' for policing

THE Olympic Torch Relay did not even pass through the News & Mail area but taxpayers will have to pick up part of a near £400,000 bill for its policing.

Man arrested after dog hit and killed by motorcyclist

RSPCA officers investigating an incident where a dog died after being hit by a motorbike have confirmed a man has been arrested.

Burglars snatch cigarettes during store break-in

POLICE are hunting for witnesses after a burglary at a newsagents in Aldershot last Thursday, which is being linked to an incident in Bordon.

Police race to scene of house burglary

POLICE officers in Yateley were called to an in-progress house burglary on Wednesday afternoon (August 29).

Police take action to cut speeding and accidents

HAMPSHIRE Police has backed a European-wide week-long campaign to target speeding motorists.

Owner devastated as bike runs down dog

A DOG was cruelly mowed down and killed by a motorcyclist in Aldershot, a charity has said.

Owner devastated as bike runs down dog

A DOG was cruelly mowed down and killed by a motorcyclist in Aldershot, a charity has said.

Police take action to cut speeding and accidents

HAMPSHIRE Police has backed a European-wide week-long campaign to target speeding motorists.

No action over Raymond Dibbs death

NO further action will be taken by police against a man who was held over the death of Raymond Dibbs.

Campaign launched to kill speed across Hampshire

A HARD hitting road safety campaign has been launched, aimed at getting motorists to slow down as they travel through roadworks in Hampshire.

Taxis taken off road after failing checks

THREE taxis have been banned from the road after a sting operation by police and council officers.

Police looking into school parking problem

PEOPLE living on a popular school route in Yateley have complained about inconsiderate parking.

VIDEO: Over the limit woman's drink-drive warning

A DRINK-DRIVER has spoken of the toll the conviction has taken on her life and marriage in a bid to stop others making the same mistake.

Airshow camera mistaken for 'explosive device'

AN amateur photographer was arrested at the Farnborough Airshow for taking pictures of aeroplanes.

Appeal after woman mugged on way to work

POLICE are hunting for witnesses after a woman was robbed on her way to work in Farnborough during the early hours of Saturday (July 14).

Children affected by nursery break-in

YOUNG children were left traumatised last week after thieves broke into a nursery in Farnborough.

AA steps in to direct airshow traffic

POLICE officers will not be out in force directing traffic during this year’s Farnborough International Airshow.

Police set sights on metal thieves

HAMPSHIRE Police has thrown its weight behind new operation to clamp down on metal thefts in the region.

More than 100 people charged with drink driving

DRINK drivers are continuing to put lives at risk say Hampshire police.

More than 100 people charged with drink driving

DRINK drivers are continuing to put lives at risk according to Hampshire Police as new figures were released.

Store reopens eight months after fire

A SHOP owner in Farnborough has thanked the community for giving him "the strength" to reopen his store after it was devastated by fire last year.

Pair of JCBs stolen from building site

POLICE are digging around for information after two JCB dumper trucks were stolen in Yateley.

Police defend low detection rate for arson

DOZENS of malicious arsonists who are putting lives at risks in Hart and Rushmoor are getting away with their crimes scot-free, it has been revealed.

Final police authority chairman elected

A BLACKWATER resident has been appointed as the last chairman of Hampshire Police Authority.

Fatal flat fire 'not suspicious', say police

A MAN has died after a fire broke out in his housing association flat.

Jubilee celebrations pass off peacefully, police say

CALLS to Hampshire Constabulary were down by 13.5% during the jubilee period compared to last year’s late May Bank Holiday, figures show.

Fast start to summer drink drive crackdown

DOZENS of people have been arrested for drink driving during the early stages of Hampshire Police's annual summer crackdown.

Vehicle owners praised for drop in crime

Reported vehicle crimes down by more than 100 compared to this time last year

Drink-drive crackdown stepped up by police

HAMPSHIRE police has launched its latest drink-drive crackdown.

Police kept body parts for years

SIGNIFICANT body parts such as hearts and human limbs have been kept needlessly by Hampshire police in cases which were no longer under investigation, a report shows.

Police kept body parts for years

SIGNIFICANT body parts such as hearts and human limbs have been kept needlessly by Hampshire police, a report shows.

Councils look into merging safety partnerships

CONCERNS have been expressed over a plan to merge the Community Safety Partnership teams of Hart, Rushmoor and Basingstoke.

Campaign aims to cut motorcycle accidents

AN effort to cut road accidents and deaths involving motorcyclists will see a new campaign focusing on faces rather than figures.

Members to be selected for new crime panel

PLANS have been approved for a new panel which will hold Hampshire’s incoming Police and Crime Commissioner to account.

Officer lucky to survive as tree crushes police van

WILD weekend weather left a Guildford-based special constable hospitalised after a falling tree crushed his police van in Odiham.

Man cut free from car after Farnborough smash

SEVEN people, including four children, were taken to hospital after a road accident in Farnborough.

Hampshire police reports drop in crimes

CRIME is falling across Hart and Rushmoor, new figures show.

Man freed on bail over Raymond Dibbs death

A MAN who was arrested over the death of the son of Rushmoor Borough Council's deputy leader has been released on bail.

Alleged murder victim was councillor's son

POLICE have named the victim in the Farnborough murder investigation as Raymond Dibbs, the son of Rushmoor Borough Council's deputy leader Roland Dibbs.

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