Thefts at boathouse
POLICE are hunting thieves who made off with around £10,000 of boats and marine equipment.
The victim believes his boathouse, which sits at the very end of his long and steep garden at a property in Coombe Park Road, Saltash, was hit overnight between September 2 and the following morning.
The boathouse leads to a pontoon which investigators believe was used to access the boathouse via the river.
Police said the crooks made off with a large quantity of boating and marine equipment which was stolen including five outboard motors and a number of canoes.
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If you are offered cut-price boating gear or have information about the theft call police on 101 or Crimestoppers on 0800 555111 quoting BS/12/780.
BURGLARS broke into a house in Plympton and made off with a gold ring.
The crooks struck some time between 2am and 8am on September 22 at an address in St Maurice View.
Once inside they stole a gold ring with a raised silver pattern. Police said the band has great sentimental value to the owner.
Anyone with information should call police on 101 or call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555111 quoting crime reference number EP/12/1017.
PUPILS who attended Tamar High School were invited to a reunion event.
Debbie Ridler, who left the school in 1987, is organising a get-together at Stonehouse Creek Social Club on Saturday October 27 from 7pm.
She said both teachers from the time and former students were welcome.
The event will include a disco, buffet and a chance to take photos and anecdotes to reminisce.
Tickets cost £15. call Debbie on 01249 815 881 for information.
A WEEKLY self-help art group was taking place today ) at Stoke Youth and Community Centre. If you would like to take part in the group, just go along to the centre in Masterman Road between 10am and noon. The self-help art groups are held every Wednesday morning.
FIREFIGHTERS had to free a man from a lift at Derriford Hospital.
Two appliances were sent to the hospital's main building after staff called up to report a man was stuck in a lift and "distressed"," Devon and Somerset Fire and Rescue Service said.
Crews from Crownhill and Greenbank managed to release him uninjured shortly before 10am yesterday.