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Nothing To Do With Arbroath: Police appeal for help after 16 blocks …

Police are appealing for help after a man stole 16 blocks of cheese from a shop. A CCTV image of the man they would like to speak to 1 has been released following the theft. The cheese was taken from the Co-op store on Plumstead Road in Norwich at approximately 11.30am on Saturday 6 February 2016.

Anyone who may recognise the man in the picture or anyone with information should contact Norwich Police.

References ^ A CCTV image of the man they would like to speak to (www.norfolk.police.uk)

Norfolk Constabulary: CCTV appeal success

24 February 2016 Police investigating a theft in Norwich have now identified the man they wanted to speak to.

It comes after officers released a CCTV image following the theft of 16 blocks of cheese from Co-Op on Plumstead Road on Saturday 6 February 2016.

The man has now been identified and he has been spoken to by police officers.

Paul King – Norton Mandeville | UK & Ireland database

31 Thursday Dec 2015 Posted by Author 1 in Essex 2 Comments Off on Paul King Norton Mandeville December 2015 Essex school flasher was convicted sexual predator The pervert who exposed himself to several children in Bishop s Stortford is a convicted sexual predator. Paul King was jailed for two years for his crimes in the town and as a result of a high-speed M11 chase with police in hot pursuit. It is a second stretch behind bars for the 50-year-old panel beater from the Essex village of Norton Mandeville.

In 2004, a jury at Chelmsford Crown Court found him guilty of three charges of indecent assault on women, plus a count of affray, and he was caged for seven years. Earlier this month he was sentenced by Judge John Plumstead at St Albans Crown Court to one year and four months in prison for exposure, plus eight months for dangerous driving. He was also banned from driving for two years and must take an extended test before he regains his licence.

The sentencing followed a trial at which King pleaded not guilty to the two charges, but the jury returned unanimous guilty verdicts. He was convicted of exposing himself to a 15-year-old girl in Stortford Hall Park, near Hockerill Anglo-European College and Herts & Essex High School, on June 16 at about 9am. In a similar incident at lunchtime the same day, a man exposed himself to girls aged eight and nine while they played on the field at Richard Whittington Primary School in Thornbera Gardens.

Police were also made aware of a man acting suspiciously outside St Michael s CofE Primary, having received a report of unusual behaviour outside Windhill21 Primary the day before. As a result, police asked parents to be vigilant and upped patrols outside Stortford schools. King was arrested on June 22 on the M11 at Chigwell after being spotted in Parsonage Lane, near All Saints CofE Primary School, and chased 28 miles by police.

He was arrested in relation to the Stortford Hall Park and Richard Whittington incidents but was not charged by police with the latter offence on the advice of the Crown Prosecution Service.

On June 17, 2004, at Chelmsford Crown Court, he was given concurrent prison sentences of seven, four and one years for indecent assaults on three women aged 16 or over, as well as 30 months for affray.

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Business Minister opens new offices of expanding heat pump firm …

Business Minister George Freeman has opened the new offices and showroom of Finn Geotherm, the renewable heating experts based in Attleborough, Norfolk. Finn Geotherm has recently expanded its workforce by 25 per cent in order to meet a continued growth in demand for the company s expertise in the design and installation of ground and air source heat pumps. The new development has been built to provide office space for new staff and also includes a showroom where customers can view the company s full range of heat pumps and heat recovery systems.

Finn Geotherm s Commercial Director, Guy Ransom, said: This is a very exciting time for Finn Geotherm. We have seen our sales rise by an average of 40% per year over the past six years, which is a record of which we are very proud. With new staff coming on board, the next step has been new offices and a brand new showroom, and we are all delighted and honoured to welcome George Freeman MP to help celebrate the next stage in our development by opening our new offices.

The company is based in Attleborough, Norfolk and is one of the longest established renewable energy heating companies in the UK. It has carried out nearly 500 heat pump installations at properties that range from bungalows to large stately homes and businesses. This has helped homeowners and commercial enterprises achieve significant reductions in their heating costs, to become more carbon friendly and to gain attractive government payments in the form of the Renewable Heat Incentive.

The business forecasts a turnover of 2 million this year and with the recent recruitment of two new engineers and two more sales managers, this brings the current team total to 20. On opening the building, George Freeman, MP for Mid-Norfolk, said: It is good to see such a fabulous business growing through vision, leadership and teamwork. This stunning project has been very well put together and you can sense the high quality and team ethos.

The world is hungry for clean energy and today businesses and environmentalists share the same agenda to reduce their use of energy and resources. We need more innovative businesses in Norfolk and companies like Finn Geotherm are leading a renaissance in the county. This year, Finn Geotherm were crowned Norfolk Champions at the East of England Business Champions Small Business Awards.

They were also one of just three finalists in the Rural Enterprise category of the Eastern Daily Press Business Awards 2015, plus finalists in the domestic new build category at the national Building and Energy Efficiency Awards 2015. The company is the UK s only approved installer of the state-of-the-art Finnish ground source systems from L mp ss , and one of only a few expert installers for Dimplex Renewables. In the last couple of years it has installed innovative heat pump systems at the likes of Octagon Business Park in Little Plumstead, the Longlands Business Park on the Holkham Estate, the Dinomote children s play facility at Lenwade and the new Eureka tropical zone at Banham Zoo.

It has also been able to provide ground source systems to provide all of the heating and hot water for large stately homes, including Gayton Hall, dispelling the myth that the technology is only applicable for new, well-insulated houses.

Joshua Dealey – Tring | UK & Ireland database

21 Tuesday Jul 2015 Posted by Author 1 in Hertfordshire , Social Network/Internet Predators 2 3 Comments Off on Joshua Dealey Tring July 2015 Cruel, calculating, predatory paedophile jailed for five years A paedophile who groomed young girls over the internet was told by a judge that he had molested them electronically . Joshua Dealey, 26, of Nursery Gardens, Tring, was sentenced to five years in jail by Judge John Plumstead who described him as a cruel, calculating, predatory paedophile . The judge also passed an extended sentence of five years, which means he will be supervised by probation officers on his release until 2025.

Prosecutor Ann Evans told St Albans crown court on Friday that Dealey masqueraded on Facebook under two separate identities. He pretended he was a 15-year-old called Sam Morgan and also Sam s older cousin Matt, who was aged 18 to 21. He targeted six young girls: one was 12, one was 13, two were 14, one was 15 and one was 16.

Mrs Evans said: He groomed them over time and started sexually explicit conversations. He asked to look at their breasts or he sent them pictures of his sexually aroused penis They would agree to meet, but he would renege on that and they would not meet. One girl fell hook, line and sinker and thought she was in a relationship for four or five months.

When one of the victims said she was going to kill herself, he replied: Show me your t..s. The prosecutor said that the girl had only said she would kill herself to get rid of him, but another of the victims had been badly affected by Dealey s trickery and was now receiving counselling. Dealey had received a police caution in November 2013 for trying to groom one girl.

He was in contact with others before that and continued after he had been put on the Sex Offender Register for that offence, she said. His home was raided in June last year and the police seized more than 200 indecent images and movies of children. In a police interview he said he needed help.

Dealey appeared for sentence having pleaded guilty to causing or inciting a child to engage in sexual activity and possessing indecent images and movies of children. Judge John Plumstead said: This man represents a blizzard of sexual harm. He is a sexual predator who was getting sexual satisfaction from cheating children.

He told him: You were exercising you sexual taste for children by molesting them electronically. You are a cruel, calculating, predatory paedophile. December 2014 Joshua Dealey, 25, of Nursery Gardens, Tring.

Under the Sexual Offences Act, failed to notify police of an address stayed at for more than seven days at Watford on August 1. Pleaded guilty. Fined 250, 85 costs and 25 victim surcharge.

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Police appeal after eight-year-old girl injured in Norwich collision …

Police appeal after eight-year-old girl injured in Norwich collision Norfolk Constabulary vehicle. Lauren Cope, Reporter 1 Monday, January 5, 2015 4:06 PM Police are keen to speak to a driver who was involved in a Norwich crash which injured an eight-year-old girl. The incident happened on Plumstead Road at around 2.05pm on Sunday, January 4, when a dark blue car hit a pedestrian at the crossing near Aldi and Tesco.

The driver of the car did stop to check the welfare of the girl but left the scene without leaving further details. PC Bob Hardingham, investigating officer, said: I m keen to trace the driver of this car and the male driver of a Nissan which also stopped at the scene. A number of people were standing at the bus stop when the incident happened and I would be keen to hear from anyone who may have witnessed the incident as well.

Anyone with information should contact PC Hardingham at Wymondham Police Station on 101.

References ^ Lauren Cope, Reporter (www.edp24.co.uk)