are warning of the dangers of attempting to make explosive devices after a
15-year-old boy from Chorley was given a
12-month supervision order.
teenager appeared at Preston Youth Court today (Monday 14 February) where he
received the order after he was convicted of explosive offences and pleaded
guilty to the possession of live ammunition.
the teenager does not comply with the order he will...
CCTV appeal after purse is
stolen from hotel in Chorley
POLICE in Chorley have released
CCTV stills of a man they are keen to speak with after a purse was stolen from
a hotel in Chorley and cash cards were used to fraudulently withdraw money.
The burglary took place at the
Yarrow Bridge Hotel on Bolton Road on 9th December 2010 when a member of staff
left a bag in the kitchen area whilst she was working. ...
drugs, which have now been sent off for forensic testing, were found at the
property on Station Road
after officers executed a warrant under the Misuse of Drugs Act.
Matthew Robinson said: "We executed this warrant as a result of information we
received from the local community.
information we receive about drugs will be acted upon. We will simply not
tolerate the supply and use of drugs."...
in Leyland are appealing for information after
a Chinese takeaway and adjoining flat were targeted by burglars on Monday 17th
offence took place at a flat above the Happy House Chinese on School Lane,
Leyland between 4.40pm and 8.10pm.
is believed three men have forced their way into the premises through the back
of the Chinese takeaway which was closed at the time. The men have...
POLICE in Chorley
are appealing for people to come forward with information after an off licence
in Adlington was robbed by a hooded man armed with a claw hammer on Tuesday
night. (7th December)
armed robbery took place at closing time around 10pm at the Bargain Booze store
on Chorley Road.
Staff were cleaning up when a man forced open the glass door and demanded cash.
has threatened them with a claw...
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