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Thieves target Hertfordshire's farmers

Thieves target Hertfordshire's farmers

Thieves target Hertfordshire's farmers

NFU Mutual research revealed the cost to the county was an estimated £928,000 in 2021, a rise of 19% from the previous year.


Police on the scent of candles and aftershave thieves

Police on the scent of candles and aftershave thieves

Police on the scent of candles and aftershave thieves

Officers investigating thefts from Clintons, Superdrug and Eat 17 in Bishop's Stortford town centre.


Jackson Square car park motorist victim of attempted theft

Jackson Square car park motorist victim of attempted theft

Jackson Square car park motorist victim of attempted theft

Driver left with £500 repair bill after would-be thief ripped electrical wires from front of car in apparent attempt to steal it.


Bishop's Stortford A120 bypass closed after four-vehicle crash

Bishop's Stortford A120 bypass closed after four-vehicle crash

Bishop's Stortford A120 bypass closed after four-vehicle crash

All three emergency services called to the scene of the accident on Friday morning involving three cars and a van.


Herts police officers get a wheel boost from their ebikes

Herts police officers get a wheel boost from their ebikes

Herts police officers get a wheel boost from their ebikes

PCSO Graham Warner found a vulnerable missing person in Hertford as he was able to easily navigate local tow paths and cover extensive ground.


Home Secretary Priti Patel welcomes new Herts police officers

Home Secretary Priti Patel welcomes new Herts police officers

Home Secretary Priti Patel welcomes new Herts police officers

The Conservative MP for Witham joined family and friends of the 18 students celebrating the end of their initial training at police HQ.


Police warning about online selling site scam

Police warning about online selling site scam

Police warning about online selling site scam

Victims advertised items such as mobile phones, laptops and computers for sale on Facebook marketplace or Gumtree.


Man in court for arson and assault after car fire in Stortford

Man in court for arson and assault after car fire in Stortford

Man in court for arson and assault after car fire in Stortford

Karol Skoczylas, 35, of Royal Oak Gardens, was released on conditional bail to appear at St Albans Crown Court on August 22.


Police witness plea after moped rider suffers serious leg injuries in crash

Police witness plea after moped rider suffers serious leg injuries in crash

Police witness plea after moped rider suffers serious leg injuries in crash

The male rider was taken to hospital after he hit a crash barrier on the roundabout near St Joseph's Catholic and Windhill21 primary schools.


Danger drivers warned they are on the pathway to a ticket

Danger drivers warned they are on the pathway to a ticket

Danger drivers warned they are on the pathway to a ticket

Cllr Eric Buckmaster said there was sufficient space for two cars to pass if they proceeded slowly.


Uttlesford council boss announces 'no charges' after police probe

Uttlesford council boss announces 'no charges' after police probe

Uttlesford council boss announces 'no charges' after police probe

UDC chief executive Peter Holt: "We are pleased that an external investigation into matters outside of council business has concluded."


Man held for 'threats to kill, possessing knife and assault' outside pub

Man held for 'threats to kill, possessing knife and assault' outside pub

Man held for 'threats to kill, possessing knife and assault' outside pub

The 37-year-old, who is from Stortford, was also detained for causing criminal damage following a disturbance outside Horn at the Half Moon.


Search and rescue specialists join hunt for missing Lewis

Search and rescue specialists join hunt for missing Lewis

Search and rescue specialists join hunt for missing Lewis

Lewis Saggers, 24, was last seen at Hadham Hall after going for a swim during the heatwave and has not been seen or heard from since.


CPS still considering Uttlesford District Council allegations

CPS still considering Uttlesford District Council allegations

CPS still considering Uttlesford District Council allegations

Case has been ongoing for 19 months and the council has been unable to sign off its accounts since 2019 because of a "governance issue".


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