~ Neighbourhood Watch ~

Everyone tries to look out for each other in this Parish, plus there is a local Neighbourhood Watch scheme run by Peter Bradley. Anyone wishing to know more can be in touch via this website, or with Peter direct.

Beneath is the Live Feed, as issued by Devon & Cornwall Constabulary, for those interested in knowing more about the broader West Country region.


Live Feed, Issued by Devon & Cornwall Police :


Sexual assault, Exeter

Police investigating a report of a serious sexual assault in Exeter in the early hours of Wednesday 13 November have appealed for information.

The incident happened between 2am and 4am in the St Germans Road area of the city.

The victim, a female aged in her late teens, is being supported by specially-trained officers.

Detectives would like to identify a suspect who is described as a white male, aged in his mid to late 20s, tall, of slim, toned but not muscly build, with short, dark hair and facial stubble.

He spoke broken English, had an eastern-European accent and was wearing dark, navy blue jeans with a belt and a dark top which was believed to be grey or black. 

Officers have been carrying out community reassurance work in the area and have appealed for witnesses to come forward.

Detective Inspector Dawn Perriam said: “This is a rare and isolated incident. I would like to reassure the public that police are pursuing all lines of enquiry.”

Anyone with any information is urged to call police on 101, or email, quoting log number 205 of 14/11/19. 

Members of the public with any concerns are also encouraged to contact police using the above details.

Information can also be passed anonymously to independent charity Crimestoppers by calling 0800 555111, or via

Road rage assault, Plymouth

Police investigating reports of a road rage assault in Plymouth have appealed for information.

The incident took place in a layby off Forder Valley Road on the B3413, near to the Liegham roundabout, between 5.50pm and 6pm on Thursday 7 November.

Occupants of two vehicles had pulled into the layby following a minor road traffic collision before an argument ensued between two men.  

The victim, aged in his 40s, alleges that he was punched in the face. He suffered a facial injury.

Police are appealing for witnesses, or anyone with anyone with dashcam footage, to come forward.

Call 101, or email, quoting crime reference number CR/100889/19.

Police investigate burglary in Plymouth

Police are appealing for information following reports of a high value burglary in Plymouth.

The incident was reported to have taken place at a property on Larkham Lane, Plympton on Thursday 26 September between 8.30am and 5.30pm.

It was reported to police that entry had been forced to the property and following a search of the address, a significant amount of high value jewellery had been taken.

The items include:

-          An 18ct gold Movado pocket watch

-          A silver parrot broach, with red coloured beak and eyes

-          A silver children’s dummy with silver chain

-          A gold pendant with dragon image on the front

-          A gold pendant with rabbit image on the front

-          12 watches in a brown leather box

-          2 Oris watches

-          4  Seiko watches

-          Two parachute regiment cap badges

Further to the above were to two medals, which had been given to the victim. These are inscribed with the words ‘Sgt Mitchell RAOC’ and each includes a bar which reads, respectively, ‘N.IRAQ’ and ‘S.TURKER’.

Investigating officer DC Jason Rowe, said: “A significant amount of jewellery and valuable items were taken from this property during this incident back in September.

“The victim, a man in his 50s, was informed by his family that a number of items had been taken from the address.

“These items range from watches and earrings, to medals and gold sovereign coins and are of sentimental value to the victim.

“I’m keen to hear from anyone with any information about the incident and anyone who may have seen any of the items mentioned for sale.”

Anyone who witnessed the incident and anyone with information is asked to contact police on 101 quoting CR/087689/19.