Tuesday 28th April 2020

Issue 1760

Please note: Our volunteers are unable to include the crime reports in our updates because of the COVID-19 restrictions. We will continue to circulate the newsletter containing news headlines and important information.

The latest crime reports were from Saturday 14th March (newsletter issue 1747).
We will return to our normal service as soon as the situation changes.
We are sorry for any disappointment this may cause.

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Checked : Tuesday 28th April. Updated : Monday 27th April

  • Suspect charged following Deal shop burglary
  • Medway man abused child during 1970s
  • Hythe drug dealer caught with two stun guns is jailed
  • Teenage boy jailed for knife-point robbery near Faversham
  • Rochester home issued with closure order
  • Nine jailed for violent disorder on night man was murdered
  • Suspected lead thief charged with damaging Whitstable church
  • Pensioners targeted by Sevenoaks fraudster - suspect charged

Checked : Tuesday 28th April. Updated : Monday 27th April

  • Appeal following firearms incident in Dartford
  • Appeal after disturbances in Swanscombe
  • Man missing from Greenhithe found

Checked : Tuesday 28th April. Updated : Friday 24th April

  • Firefighters support school's visor production line for healthcare workers

Checked : Tuesday 28th April. Updated : Sunday 26th April

  • Young horse rescued from mud near Sandwich
  • Small fire in Margate apartment block bin chute
  • Crews tackle vehicles on fire in Snodland

Checked : Tuesday 28th April. Updated : Friday 24th April

  • Alert! NatWest text scam

Checked : Tuesday 28th April. Updated : Tuesday 28th April

  • ‘Coronavirus Vaccine Available in 2001’ – Nonsensical Conspiracy Theory Post
  • ‘ASDA £120 Coupon For Sharing’ Facebook Scam
  • Watch Out for COVID-19 Related SMS Phishing Scams
  • ‘Live Out of Shame For the Rest of Your Existence’ Bitcoin Sextortion Scam
  • ‘Type WINNER Letter By Letter’ HP Laptop Giveaway Facebook Scam
  • Fake Emirates NBD Bank Payment Notification Phishes for Passwords

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Coronavirus Advice From Which?

Get the latest news and advice on COVID-19, from protecting yourself and your loved ones to the financial support on offer and how to shop safely

Click HERE for full details on the Consumers' Association (Which?) website.

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Spotting Scams

Scammers have become more sophisticated in their bid to part us from our cash. From email scams and copycat websites to nuisance calls and tax rebate scams, we need our wits about us. Our guides help you spot a scam or get money back.

Click HERE for full details on the Consumers' Association (Which?) website.

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First Aid Kits: Health Essentials You Should Have At Home — Plus The Products You Don’t Need

What you really need to treat minor injuries and ailments at home, and why it's better (and cheaper) to compile your own first aid kit

Click HERE for full details on the Consumers' Association (Which?) website.


Road Works

Sevenoaks and Swanley

Checked : Tuesday 28th April. Updated : Friday 24th April

  • Key workers urge residents to stay at home
  • Councillors agree £20 million leisure centre for Swanley

There are no crimes reported today.
Our volunteers are unable to include the crime reports in our updates because of the COVID-19 restrictions.
Please see the note at the top of the page.


Road Works

Tonbridge and Malling

There are no crimes reported today.
Our volunteers are unable to include the crime reports in our updates because of the COVID-19 restrictions.
Please see the note at the top of the page.


Road Works

Tunbridge Wells

There are no crimes reported today.
Our volunteers are unable to include the crime reports in our updates because of the COVID-19 restrictions.
Please see the note at the top of the page.


Road Works

Maidstone

Checked : Tuesday 28th April. Updated : Saturday 25th April

  • MBC encouraging local businesses to apply for grants
  • MBC launches Maidstone Cares crowdfunding appeal

There are no crimes reported today.
Our volunteers are unable to include the crime reports in our updates because of the COVID-19 restrictions.
Please see the note at the top of the page.