From the Crime Archives
17th Nov A man was left with facial injuries after an alleged assault in a nightclub in Glossop town centre. The 40-year-old was knocked to the floor unconscious, sometime between 12am and 12:45am on Sunday, October 15, on the dancefloor in Club Revolution. He was then helped out of the club on Railway Street by friends. Police […]
14th Nov Police have released images of two bicycles similar to ones stolen from a garage in Glossop. The bikes, a blue Cannondale Touring 2 (pictured below) and a black and white Scott Aspect 920 Mountain Bike (pictured above), were stolen from a garage on York Street. The break-in happened sometime between Tuesday, October 17, and Saturday, […]
13th Nov Police in Derbyshire are urging people to ‘give up the gun’ as part of a national firearms surrender, which launches today (Monday).  Over the next two weeks (from November 13 to 26), people can hand in their firearms and ammunition anonymously with no questions asked and no risk of prosecution. You can hand them in […]
9th Nov Police have released an image of an axe left behind after an attempted theft of a motorcycle in Hadfield. The incident happened on Wesley Street on Sunday, November 5, at approximately 8:05pm when the bike owner found two teenaged boys attempting to steal his motorbike. The youths were dressed in black and carrying an axe. After […]
9th Nov Police have launched an investigation after a container collecting donations for poppies was stolen from a shop in Gamesley. It’s believed the Poppy Appeal tin was taken by a man from the One Stop shop on Melandra Castle Road at around 6pm last Sunday evening (November 5). It is unknown how much cash was inside […]
4th Nov Police have moved to reassure New Mills residents over concerns about potential disorder at the town’s community bonfire and fireworks display tonight (Saturday). Derbyshire Constabulary says the response follows reports suggesting there was a possibility that young people from another area could attend the High Lea Park event to cause trouble. Officers are also investigating […]
2nd Nov A former Hadfield woman has had her prized motorbike pinched from where she works. Kayleigh Burns parked her gleaming white and red 125cc Honda at the Anglers Rest in Bamford when she started her shift on Sunday. When she finished later that night it was missing. Kayleigh’s brother, Edward Siddall, said: “She had only just […]
2nd Nov Police are appealing for witnesses to an attempted car theft in Glossop in the early hours of this morning (Thursday, November 2).  Two men were disturbed trying to break into a Land Rover on York Street, sometime between 12:30am and 12:45am. A spokesperson for Derbyshire Police said they were called at 00:50am and the two […]
1st Nov Police have released images of two mountain bikes that were stolen from a garage in Glossop. The bikes, a Whyte E5 in black with a white seat, and a Ridgeback Cyclone, were taken from a garage on York Street sometime between 7pm on Friday, October 20, and 8:30am on Saturday, October 21. Officers are appealing […]
30th Oct Police hosted a special hate crime themed surgery at Glossop train station recently – and it wasn’t long before the Derbyshire force was being praised. PCs Jenny Oldfield and Julian Gallagher signalled the start of National Hate Crime Awareness Week with three hours at the station meeting travellers. They gave advice and information and raised […]