HERE are the latest appeals issued by Cumbria Police.

Incident of theft triggers Police investigation

POLICE are investigating an incident of theft that took place in Barrow.

The incident occurred at around 5:40pm on Monday, May 10 on Greengate Street, Barrow,

A Green Mafia BMX valued £150 was stolen from outside an address on Greengate Street.

Anyone with information or who witnessed the incident is encouraged to contact police on 101 quoting log number 229 of 5th May 2021.  Alternatively, you can call the independent charity Crimestoppers, completely anonymously, on 0800 555 111.

Playground set alight causing £20,000 in damages

AN investigation has launched following an incident of arson on a playground in Barrow. 

Police were called to the incident on Stanley Road, at around 7:30pm on the May 10.

During the incident, part of the slide was set alight and the fire quickly spread to the climbing frame.

It is believed that five people were involved in the incident and anyone who is able to identify them is urged to get in touch.

The damage caused is believed to be in excess of £20,000.

Officers would like to thank the community for the anonymous information that has been reported so far.

Police appeal for owners of possible stolen jewellery

POLICE are appealing for information to help identify property which officers believe may have been stolen.

The items including necklaces, earrings and broaches were handed in to Hunter Lane Police Station having been found in Bolton, Appleby on April 23, Cumbria Police have said.

Anyone with information or believe the items are theirs has been asked to contact police on 101 or fill out an online reporting form via the Cumbria Constabulary website quoting log 85 of April 23.

Police investigate graffiti incident

AN INVESTIGATION is ongoing into an incident of criminal damage where graffiti has been sprayed on a bus stop in Haverigg.

The incident which occurred on Sea View was reported on April 9.

If you have information, please contact police on 101 quoting incident number 68 of April 9.

Alternatively you can contact Crimestoppers, anonymously on 0800 555 111.

Police are asking for public help in fight against anti-social behaviour

COPELAND Police are asking members of the public to report all anti-social behaviour and crime.

A police spokesman said: "Please report any incidents of crime or antisocial behaviour to us, to help us keep Copeland safe.

"If a crime is in progress always call 999.

"To report a non emergency crime please call 101."

Appeal for witnesses after pub break-in

THE owners of a Barrow pub have appealed for witnesses after a break-in.

The Britannia Inn, based on Church Street, took to social media to issue the plea yesterday. A spokeswoman said: "The Brit has been broken in to. If anybody has any info then please private message."

A spokeswoman for Cumbria Police said: "I can confirm that we have attended an incident at this location."

The Mail attempted to contact the pub but did not receive a response. The police did not provide further information.

Police hunt for man who reportedly exposed himself to three women

OFFICERS are appealing for information after a man exposed himself to three women in Walney.

Police are investigating two incidents of indecent exposure and voyeurism that occurred at 5.50pm and 8.30pm on Sunday on Walney.

The offender is described as in his late 30’s, of medium build, dark hair with long facial stubble and was wearing sunglasses a green sweatshirt/Mac and black cap at the time of incidents.

Incident one occurred on Trent Vale. The offender followed a local woman in her 20’s along Mill Lane to Trent Vale.

The man then exposed himself to the woman.

Incident two occurred on Earnse Bay near the Caravan Park.

It was reported that the offender was naked on the beach and approached two females.

Officers are keen to speak to anyone who may have witnessed the incidents.

Incidents such as these are rare and officers are making enquiries to establish the circumstances and trace the suspect.

Anyone with information is encouraged to contact police on 101 quoting incident number 144 and 179 of May 9.

Alternatively, you can call the independent charity Crimestoppers, completely anonymously, on 0800 555 111.