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    • Missing person, North Devon
      Police are growing increasingly concerned for the welfare of Peter Hughes, 40, who has been reported missing from the North Devon area. Peter was last seen in the Holdstone Down, Combe Martin area in the afternoon of Thursday 21 October. He is described as a white man, of slim build, about 5ft 6in in height, […]
    • Burglary and sexual assault, Gunnislake
      Police investigating a report of burglary and sexual assault at an address in the Gunnislake area are appealing for information.  An adult female was inside her home when a male entered the property between midnight and 2.10am on Saturday 23 October. The female resisted the suspect, who fled the scene. She is being supported by […]
    • UPDATE: Death of woman, Tiverton
      The death of a woman aged in her 50s at an address Bluebell Avenue, Tiverton, on Friday 22 October is no longer being treated as suspicious by police. This follows an extensive investigation and results of a forensic post-mortem. The criminal investigation has ceased. A man aged in his 60s, initially arrested as part of […]
    • Fatal collision, Tavistock
      On Friday 22 October, police were advised of a road traffic collision on the A386, Parkdown Road, Tavistock. Officers attended the scene along with paramedics and the air ambulance. A motorcyclist involved in the collision was pronounced deceased at the scene. Officers from the roads policing team and forensic collision investigators attended and the road was […]
    • Police statement in response to drink spiking and needle attacks
      Devon and Cornwall Police are working with licensed premises across the region following a rise in the concerns surrounding drink-spiking, and women being attacked with needles in bars and nightclubs. Police are investigating an incident where a woman has been assaulted with a needle in Fever & Boutique nightclub in Exeter late on Saturday 16 […]
    • Serious injury collision, B3180, Woodbury
      Police investigating a road traffic collision on the B3180 at around 12.15pm, on Tuesday 19 October, are appealing for any witnesses to come forward. Officers were called to reports of a road traffic collision involving two cars, north of the Warren car park on the B3180, on Woodbury Common. A vehicle travelling towards Exmouth left […]
    • Serious collision, A30 near Camborne
      Police are appealing for witnesses to a collision near Camborne on Saturday [16 October] which left a man with life-threatening injuries. Officers were called around 6.55pm after the collision between a beige Toyota Yaris and a white Nissan Elgrand on the A30 at Roseworthy. The driver of the Toyota, a man in his 40s from […]
    • Assault, Plymouth
      Police are appealing for witnesses following reports of two assaults in Plymouth. It was reported that on Sunday 3 October at between 4am and 4.30am an altercation involving three people has taken place outside Poundland on Royal Parade. A woman was assaulted to the head. Between 5am and 5.30am outside the Old Dance Academy on […]
    • Long service and brave actions recognised at awards ceremony
      The long service of officers and police staff has been recognised at the first face to face award ceremony held since before the coronavirus pandemic, which was hosted by Deputy Chief Constable Jim Colwell earlier this month. Held at China Fleet, near Plymouth, the event was attended by the Devon Vice Lord Lieutenant James Williams. […]
    • Anti-Slavery Day 2021
      Every year on 18 October we observe Anti-Slavery Day. It reminds us that, sadly, criminals continue to exploit vulnerable people; treating them as no more than commodities to be forced into sexual exploitation, criminal activity or hard labour for the financial benefit of their exploiters.Anti-Slavery Day was enshrined in legislation with the introduction of the […]

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