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Have you seen Adam Mercer from Bootle?

Merseyside Police are appealing for help in finding a Bootle man who has been missing from home since yesterday afternoon, Monday, April 1.

25-year-old Adam Mercer was last seen at his home address in Cullen Avenue, Bootle. Extensive enquiries are ongoing and we are increasingly concerned for his wellbeing.

Adam is described as white, 6ft 2in, of slim build, with long wavy brown hair tied in a ponytail. He is known to frequent Liverpool City Centre.

When last seen, he was wearing a grey coloured tracksuit and a hoody.

Adam, or anyone with information about his whereabouts, is urged to contact @MerpolCC, call 101 or the charity Missing Persons on 116 000.

Advice for Aintree and Maghull residents ahead of Aintree Festival

Police are encouraging residents in Aintree and Maghull to contact their neighbourhood policing team with any issues or concerns they have ahead of the Aintree Festival which gets underway next Thursday (4 April).

The event runs across three days from Thursday, April 4 to Saturday, April 6 and with more than 150,000 race-goers set to attend, the community’s dedicated neighbourhood officers want to make sure residents experience minimal disruption.

Community officers will speak to residents living in some of the busiest streets around the racecourse to let them know who they can contact if they experience any problems with issues such as car parking, litter and anti-social behaviour during the event. Letter drops will also be carried out in the local area.

Despite the large crowds attending the festival, the vast majority of race-goers have a safe and enjoyable day and a multi-agency operation involving police officers from across the Force will once again aim to ensure this year’s event is no different.

Community Inspector Duncan Swan said: “Firstly, I would like to say how grateful we are year after year to the local residents for their co-operation and patience throughout the Aintree Festival. Thousands of visitors attend each year and have a great time and I am sure this year will be no different.

“We recognise that large numbers of people can have an impact on the local community and I want to reassure people that, as well as the policing operation for the event itself, my community team will be there to address any concerns residents may have.

“I would urge any local residents who may have experienced problems in previous years, or have any concerns about the upcoming festival to please get in touch. We are determined to ensuring the event runs smoothly and is enjoyable for all.”

Aintree and Maghull residents can contact their neighbourhood team by sending an email to B.Community.Hub.1@merseyside.police.uk.

Appeal following burglary for superbikes in Southport

Police are issuing images of two bikes stolen in a burglary in Southport yesterday, Monday 25 March.

At some time between midnight and 6am, two off-road Supermoto bikes were stolen from the garage of a house in Marshside, Southport.

The bikes are both pictured, and enquiries are ongoing to establish their movements and where they are being stored.

Community Policing Inspector Graham Fisher said: “We believe that this was a targeted burglary for these high-powered bikes, which could now be used in crime and anti-social behaviour in our communities.

“Please help us find those responsible by coming forward with what you know, any sightings or dashcam and home CCTV which shows them in the area.

“We will act on all information provided to ensure that those involved are brought to justice and the streets made safer from the harm that the illegal use of off-road bikes causes.”

Anyone with information can contact @MerPolCC, call 101 with reference 19100133032 or contact @CrimestoppersUK anonymously on 0800 555 111. Follow our local @SeftonPolice Facebook and @MerPolSouthport on Twitter for the latest appeals, updates and crime prevention advice in your area.

Appeal for witnesses following serious collision in Kenyons Lane, Maghull

Officers from the Roads Policing Unit are appealing for witnesses following a collision in Maghull in the early hours of Saturday, March 23.

At around 01.50am, a grey coloured Honda CR-V was in collision with a 17-year-old male pedestrian in Kenyons Lane, near the junction with Dodds Lane. The pedestrian sustained serious head injuries and was taken to hospital, where he remains in a critical but stable condition.

A 50-year-old woman was arrested on suspicion of causing serious injury by dangerous driving and drink driving. She has since been released under investigation.

Enquries are ongoing to establish the full circumstances and anyone with information is asked to contact police.

Inspector Phil McManus said: “We are keen to speak to anyone who witnessed the incident or may have seen the vehicle in the area prior to the collision occurring. We would urge anyone who lives in the area and has CCTV to check if it has captured footage of the vehicle or collision itself. Likewise, we would be grateful for anyone with dashcam footage to please get in touch.”

You can contact @MerPolCC, the Roads Policing Unit on 0151 777 5747, 101 quoting reference number 19100129239 or @CrimestoppersUK.

Appeal after dog attack on Ainsdale beach

Merseyside Police have issued an image of a man they believe may be able to assist detectives investigating an incident involving dogs on Ainsdale beach in February.

At around 3pm on February 19, a woman was walking her dog on the beach when she was knocked to the ground by a dog off its lead which then attacked her own dog. The woman attended hospital for treatment for a knee injury, and her dog required veterinary treatment including surgery.

Inspector Beth Blake said: “We are asking the man pictured to come forward as we believe he may have information that could assist our investigation into this incident.

“It is a criminal offence to allow a dog to be dangerously out of control, and in this case both a dog and its owner were left requiring treatment for injuries caused by the dog.

“Anyone walking their dog in Merseyside needs to be mindful of their dog’s behaviour at all times and keep their pet on a lead if it is liable to be aggressive towards people or animals. We will not tolerate irresponsible dog ownership here in Merseyside.”

Anyone with information is asked to contact Merseyside Police social media desk via Twitter @MerPolCC or Facebook Merseyside Police CC. You can also call 101 quoting incident reference 19100064022 or contact the independent charity Crimestoppers anonymously, on 0800 555 111 or via their online form at: https://crimestoppers-uk.org/give-information/give-information.

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