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Next of Kin appeal to trace family of Crosby man

Sefton Coroner’s Office is appealing for the family of a man who recently died in Crosby.

Stuart Greene was 62 years of age and lived in Newborough Avenue.
He died at home on Friday, 24 November.

There are no suspicious circumstances surrounding Mr Greene’s death.

Anyone who can help the coroner identify and trace any potential next of kin should call 0151 777 3422 or email

CCTV appeal launched after Waterloo attempted burglary

Merseyside Police detectives have released CCTV stills of two men they believe may be able to assist an investigation into an attempted burglary in Waterloo on Wednesday, 13 September 2017.

Between 1.30 and 2.30am two male offenders broke into a property on Glenwyllin Road, by forcing entry through rear patio doors into the conservatory.

They then unsuccessfully attempted to gain access through a locked internal door. Nobody was injured and nothing was taken during the incident however property including a garden fence was damaged.

DI Robbie Moss said:  “I would urge neighbours in the area to consider if they saw anything which seemed suspicious before or after the attempted burglary to get in touch. I would also like to remind people to keep their doors and windows locked.

“We ask anyone who recognises the men pictured in the CCTV stills to come forward and tell us who they are. It is important that anyone who has any information in relation to the incident contacts the police so we can find those responsible and bring them to justice.”

Anyone with information is asked to call 101 quoting reference 0517231032. You can also call the independent charity Crimestoppers anonymously and for free on 0800 555 111 or via their online form:


Police appeal for help after Crosby jewellery theft

Merseyside Police is appealing for information and issuing images after a burglary in Crosby in which jewellery was stolen.

Between 2pm and 9pm on Saturday, November 4, entry was forced to a house on Strathmore Drive and items of jewellery were stolen, including rings, a bracelet, necklaces and Beatrix Potter 50 pence pieces.

Gardening tools were left inside the house and are suspected of having been used to gain entry. Forensic and witness enquiries are ongoing and anyone with information is urged to come forward.

Inspector Sue Stribling said: “Some of the items stolen have a great deal of sentimental value, which has understandably caused distress to the owners. I’m sure people would recognise these items if they have seen them or been offered them so please do the right thing.

“I want to appeal to local jewellery shops or pawnbrokers, or any member of the public, if they have been offered any of these items for sale to get in touch and let us know so we can reunited them with their rightful owner.

“I would also ask anyone who was in the vicinity of Strathmore Road on the afternoon and evening of 4 November and saw anyone acting suspiciously to get in touch.”

Anyone with information is asked to call 101 quoting incident number 0517282382 or the independent charity Crimestoppers anonymously and for free on 0800 555 111 or via their online form:

Police appeal for information after attempted sexual assault in Bootle

Merseyside Police is appealing for witnesses after an attempted sexual assault in Bootle in the early hours of Wednesday, November 1.

The victim, a woman aged in her 20s, was walking along Hawthorne Road, close to the junction of Westminster Road, shortly after 1am when she was attacked by a man.

She was forced away from the main road but, after a struggle, managed to free herself and run back to Hawthorne Road where a passing taxi driver stopped and drove her home to her family.

The suspect is described as a white man aged in his 40s of large build with a bald head and black clothing.

An investigation by the force’s specialist rape and sexual assault team ‘Unity’ has been launched and witnesses are being sought.

Detective Sergeant John Harrison said: “We’re extremely grateful to the taxi driver who spotted the victim distressed in the road and stopped his cab to help her. He was able to find out where she lived, speak to her mum and ensure she got home safely.

“We are waiting to speak to this young woman in more detail about what happened but we believe she was pulled or dragged into a secluded area off Hawthorne Road by the offender.

“We are treating it as sexually-motivated and are doing everything we can to identify and trace this man. Although it was very late at night we know there will have been people driving in the area or coming home from Halloween parties in town so we would appeal for anyone who was in the area and spotted anything suspicious to come forward.

“We are particularly keen on speaking to anyone who was driving in the area using a dash cam between 1am and 2am in case anything of significance was captured.

“In the meantime local policing patrols have been stepped up in the area and we are offering support to the victim at this difficult time.”

Anyone with information is asked to call the Unity team on 0151 777 1319 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

Don’t trick or mistreat during Halloween and Bonfire night!

Merseyside Police is encouraging young people, families and businesses to play their part in helping to keep their communities safe over the Halloween and Bonfire Night period.

Officers will be patrolling local neighbourhoods to ensure people can enjoy the festivities in their area safely but Merseyside Police cannot do this alone.

Parents and guardians are also being asked to help by taking responsibility for their children’s whereabouts and actions and to be mindful of any neighbours who may be elderly or vulnerable and who might feel frightened or intimidated.

Shopkeepers are also being urged not to sell any items that could be misused to cause damage – such as eggs, flour and cans of shaving foam or spray paint.

The force has also designed a short video – aimed at schoolchildren and young people – entitled ‘Don’t Trick or Mistreat’ – which shows the consequences of antisocial behaviour and the people who may be affected by it.

Chief Inspector Chris Hitchell, who is heading this year’s operation for Merseyside Police said:

“This is always a fun time of year and we want to make sure that everyone can enjoy the organised events and activities safely.

“We know that antisocial behaviour is of concern to people, particularly those who are old and vulnerable, and I want to reiterate my message that we will take robust action against those found committing antisocial acts.”

For information on activities happening over the Halloween and Bonfire Night period in Merseyside, visit:

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