Officers are appealing for witnesses after a road traffic collision in Essington.
We were alerted to the collision by colleagues at the ambulance service just before 12.30pm yesterday (Thursday 28 January).
Initial inquiries have established a pedestrian was in collision with a white vehicle on Wolverhampton Road after he got off a bus and crossed the road.
The 17-year-old pedestrian received cuts to his face, mouth and nose and grazes to his body and legs. He was taken to New Cross Hospital by the ambulance to be checked over.
Following the collision the driver of the vehicle did stop and speak to the pedestrian but had left the scene prior to emergency service arrival.
We are now trying to trace the driver of this vehicle.
Anyone with any information on the incident is asked to contact Staffordshire Police on 101, quoting incident number 318 of 28 January.
We received a call at 8.20am this morning (Thursday 21 January) reporting a road traffic collision in Calf Heath.
A red Saab and a white Ford Transit van were involved in the collision and Four Crosses Way was blocked on Staight Mile for a short while.
Ambulance services attended but there were no reports of any injuries.
Both vehicles were recovered and the road was clear a short while later.
Anyone with any information on the incident is asked to contact Staffordshire Police on 101, quoting incident number 111 of 21 January.
We received a call just after 10am this morning (Thursday 21 January) reporting a burglary in Seisdon.
Between 2.30pm yesterday afternoon (Wednesday) and 9.30am this morning offenders have forced entry to the site on Tinkers Castle Road and broken into storage outbuildings, stealing tools and garden equipment.
Items stolen include:
- 2 Honda petrol lawnmowers, red and black in colour
- 1 Stihl FS76 petrol hedge strimmer, orange and black
- 1 bucket of various machine mart spanners
- Steering wheel lock
Anyone with any information on the incident, or who is offered any such items for sale, is asked to contact Staffordshire Police on 101, quoting incident number 196 of 21 January.
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