Police helicopter used in Hereford last night

Ledbury Reporter: A police helicopter was used in Hereford last night. A police helicopter was used in Hereford last night.

A POLICE helicopter patrolled the Lower Bullingham area of Hereford last night following reports that people were trying to steal car batteries.

Three people were subsequently arrested on suspicion of conspiracy to commit burglary.

The helicopter focused on Watery Lane from around 10.30pm.

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1:20pm Tue 10 Dec 13

ad47uk says...

Always flying around, i thought they had no money, but they seem to have it to keep that thing in the sky.
Always flying around, i thought they had no money, but they seem to have it to keep that thing in the sky. ad47uk

2:58pm Tue 10 Dec 13

GDJ says...

Any chance of the stolen fuel story actually including the cctv photo that is referred to?
Any chance of the stolen fuel story actually including the cctv photo that is referred to? GDJ

3:16pm Tue 10 Dec 13

Everywhere says...

Just brought a new battery for £90 , how can they justify a hele , at night , waking up all the residents , scaring the apparent offenders away with the noise for a very low cost crime?
I am sure that somebody wiser than me will have all the answers!
Just brought a new battery for £90 , how can they justify a hele , at night , waking up all the residents , scaring the apparent offenders away with the noise for a very low cost crime? I am sure that somebody wiser than me will have all the answers! Everywhere

4:37pm Tue 10 Dec 13

fmrbill says...

simple my friend use it or lose it, and nothing esle to do, like yday morning there were 4 police personal in belmont road coming into hereford 2 plain clothes looking for people driving at 1mph in traffice, looking for people no seat belts, and i suppose mobile phone offenders,and a uniformed police officer and cso lower on down junction with Beattie Av waiting for the nod from the 2 palin clothes officers to no doubt spead some good cheer by giving out £100 tickets, and before everybody shouts at me pls tell me the 1/2 people lives they saved on Belmont road yesterday morning, and secondly i think the police need to go on new courses if thats the best you can do trying to look discreet ))))))), you aint going to catch anyone like that
simple my friend use it or lose it, and nothing esle to do, like yday morning there were 4 police personal in belmont road coming into hereford 2 plain clothes looking for people driving at 1mph in traffice, looking for people no seat belts, and i suppose mobile phone offenders,and a uniformed police officer and cso lower on down junction with Beattie Av waiting for the nod from the 2 palin clothes officers to no doubt spead some good cheer by giving out £100 tickets, and before everybody shouts at me pls tell me the 1/2 people lives they saved on Belmont road yesterday morning, and secondly i think the police need to go on new courses if thats the best you can do trying to look discreet ))))))), you aint going to catch anyone like that fmrbill

7:08pm Tue 10 Dec 13

richardsharpe15535855 says...

I'm sure if this story had been 'car batteries stolen in hereford' people would have been whinging about where the bloody coppers were. So the battery gets stolen from my van its £90, not going to break the bank. Not getting to customers and losing work will though.
I'm sure if this story had been 'car batteries stolen in hereford' people would have been whinging about where the bloody coppers were. So the battery gets stolen from my van its £90, not going to break the bank. Not getting to customers and losing work will though. richardsharpe15535855

6:42am Wed 11 Dec 13

B the B says...

Batteries being stolen, were they caught and wait for it........ were they charged.
Batteries being stolen, were they caught and wait for it........ were they charged. B the B

1:41pm Thu 12 Dec 13

JollyJesterTwo says...

Breaking news: Ambulance driving in Roman Road
Breaking news: Ambulance driving in Roman Road JollyJesterTwo

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