Burglary bid witness plea
WITNESSES are being sought after an attempted burglary in Budshead.
The incident happened at a residential garage on Budshead Road on Friday June 15.
At approximately 5.45pm a female witness was walking towards the property where she noticed two males near to the garage in Budshead Road.
Investigating officer DC Warren Marks said: "On seeing her, the males ran off towards Bodmin Road and it was subsequently discovered that the locking clasps to the garage had been damaged.
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"The two males, believed to be in their teens, are sought to assist police with their enquiries.
"One was believed to be wearing a baseball cap and the other, grey tracksuit bottoms."
Information anonymously to Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111 or by calling the non-emergency police number 101 quoting crime reference EL/12/2702.
A SALTASH man accused of defrauding an anti-hunting organisation is to appear at Crown Court next month.
Steven Taylor, aged 35, was arrested last year.
Taylor, who worked for Surrey-based charity the League Against Cruel Sports, was released from the charity following a disciplinary investigation centring on expenses claims.
The former head of campaigns and communications was arrested on November 21 last year and questioned by police before being bailed.
However, investigators from Surrey Police charged him with fraud.
He appeared at Guildford magistrates court yesterday where his case was committed to Guildford Crown Court on July 27 for a plea and case management hearing. He was granted unconditional bail by Guildford Magistrates.
A WOMAN was taken to hospital suffering from smoke inhalation after a kitchen fire.
Firefighters from Plymton and Plymstock were called to a house in Yeo Park at 8.55pm on Saturday.
They discovered a small fire confined to a cooker, which was mostly out on arrival.
Fire crews treated the female resident who was suffering from smoke inhalation with oxygen. She was taken to hospital by ambulance as a precaution.
MEMBERS of the Military Wives Choir are opening a primary school's summer fair next month.
Ladies who have topped the charts and performed in front of the Queen will launch the event at Antony School near Torpoint on July 7.
The fair also includes a barbecue, bric-a-brac stalls, Olympic-themed games and other refreshments.
Visitors can also take a camera and have their photograph taken with an Olympic torch.
The event starts at 12pm.
A COFFEE Morning, with book and plant stalls, will take place on Saturday, June 23, in St Mary the Virgin Church, Federation Road, Laira from 11am.