ARMED ROBBERY - BROADGREEN ROAD
Police Detectives in Liverpool North area have released CCTV images
of a man who may be able to assist officers with their enquiries
following an armed robbery at the William Hill bookmakers on
Broadgreen Road on Monday, 12 July 2010.
Shortly after 11am a man entered the premises wearing a multi
coloured crash helmet. He produced a handgun and demanded the female
member of staff hand over cash. He then left the store with a small
amount of cash and joined a second man on a red motorbike.
Detective Constable Andy Bason from St
Anne Street CID, said:- "This incident has left the victim
extremely traumatised. Although the shop was quiet at the time there
were lots of people passing by outside and I am sure they must have
noticed the second offender sat outside waiting on a red motorbike.
CCTV is currently being checked but we believe that the offenders
drove along Aylsford Road before and after the attack. I am
confident someone, whether they be passing on a bus, a passer-by or
a motorist will have noticed these two men and I appeal to anyone
who saw anything at all suspicious to come forward and tell us.
Their information could be crucial. Such serious incidents are
thankfully rare and I would like to reassure the public that we are
doing everything we can to catch those responsible and bring them to
Detectives investigating this armed robbery would appeal to anyone
who has any information about this incident, or anyone who
recognises the man in the distinctive motorcycle helmet to contact
the Robbery Investigation Team on:- 0151 777 4811 or:- 4809, or
Crimestoppers anonymously on:- 0800 555 111.
you going to the Charity Comedy Night
CHARITY comedy night, Ramada
Plaza Hotel, Southport on 19 July 2010. The doors will open at
7.30pm with the show starting at 8pm. The event has 6 great
comedians taking part and a raffle with great prizes will also be
held. And all money goes to the Make A Wish Charity. Just turn up on
night and pay an entry fee of £5 and we sure you'll be laughing all
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children with their awards outside Knowsley Hall
West presented local children with the Knowsley Citizenship Award at
a special ceremony in Prescot last week.
The award was bestowed on 43 schoolchildren who have shown great
strength of character and proven themselves to be good citizens,
during the presentation at Knowsley Hall.
Phil Stone, managing director of Arriva North West, and Lord David
Alton of Liverpool John Moores University’s Foundation for
Citizenship were present to hand over the awards.
Phil Stone said:- “All the children who were entered for these
awards have shown tremendous strength and they all deserve the
recognition that the ceremony offered them. We were very happy to
show our support once again for this moving and inspiring event.”
Lord David Alton, Director of the Foundation for Citizenship at
Liverpool John Moores University, said:- “We’re delighted that
Arriva has supported our Citizenship Awards scheme for ten years now
Arriva, which operates buses throughout the North West, has been
working with the Foundation for Citizenship at Liverpool John Moores
University, to identify young people who are shining lights in their
local community. Their achievements range from sporting success to
coping with serious illness and often reflect the support young
people give to families and friends during difficult times.
The Rt Hon George Howarth MP, the Mayor of Knowsley, Councillor
Diane Reid, and Damian Allen, Knowsley Executive Director for
Children & Family Services were also in attendance.
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