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Increased security and road closure at Kingsholm for Gloucester …

There will be increased security measures including search points at Gloucester’s Kingsholm stadium this weekend. The increased security measures will mean a full road closure from 2pm on Saturday in Kingsholm Road, prior to the Sale Sharks match. Those with parking permits to park at the ground are asked to ensure that they arrive in good time prior to the closure being put in place.

Read: Gloucester stars to give ‘exclusive insight’ at club evening1

Those using the Park and Ride service are advised that this service will drop supporters in Worcester Street by the bridge to allow the bus to return up Black Dog Way and return to the Park and Ride point . It will also collect from this point after the game. Supporters are also advised that there is also a Search Regime at all access points to the ground, so the club wishes to ask all supporters to ensure that they arrive in sufficient time to allow security staff time to carry out these measures. Gloucester Rugby would like to thank all concerned for their co-operation at this time. The Gloucester-Sale Sharks game kicks off at 3pm.

Read: POLL: Choose your Gloucester XV to face Sale2

References

  1. ^ Gloucester stars to give ‘exclusive insight’ at club evening (www.gloucestershirelive.co.uk)
  2. ^ POLL: Choose your Gloucester XV to face Sale (www.gloucestershirelive.co.uk)

Increased security and road closure at Kingsholm for Gloucester-Sale Sharks game

There will be increased security measures including search points at Gloucester’s Kingsholm stadium this weekend. The increased security measures will mean a full road closure from 2pm on Saturday in Kingsholm Road, prior to the Sale Sharks match. Those with parking permits to park at the ground are asked to ensure that they arrive in good time prior to the closure being put in place.

Read: Gloucester stars to give ‘exclusive insight’ at club evening1

Those using the Park and Ride service are advised that this service will drop supporters in Worcester Street by the bridge to allow the bus to return up Black Dog Way and return to the Park and Ride point . It will also collect from this point after the game. Supporters are also advised that there is also a Search Regime at all access points to the ground, so the club wishes to ask all supporters to ensure that they arrive in sufficient time to allow security staff time to carry out these measures. Gloucester Rugby would like to thank all concerned for their co-operation at this time. The Gloucester-Sale Sharks game kicks off at 3pm.

Read: POLL: Choose your Gloucester XV to face Sale2

References

  1. ^ Gloucester stars to give ‘exclusive insight’ at club evening (www.gloucestershirelive.co.uk)
  2. ^ POLL: Choose your Gloucester XV to face Sale (www.gloucestershirelive.co.uk)

Thieves get shock after bumping into security guard during Regent Arcade break in

Would-be thieves got the shock of their lives when they bumped into a security guard after breaking into Regent Arcade. Two men covered their faces when they made their way into the shopping centre on Tuesday morning but were scared off by security staff. Two men with their faces obscured broke into the Regent Arcade shopping centre in the early hours of Tuesday morning, but were left sorely disappointed after being disturbed by the security guard.

Next: Police helicopter helping in search for missing 18-year-old woman1

One of the men was said to be carrying a recycling box. Scott Lahive, centre manager at the Regent Arcade, said: “There was a break in at the Regent Arcade in the early hours of Tuesday, March 28. “However, thanks to the prompt action of our security team, damage was minimal and nothing was stolen.”

And now, police are appealing for witnesses after one person saw a dark vehicle speeding away from the scene. Read: Video shows aftermath of M5 smash that caused 90 minutes of delays in miles of tailbacks2 A spokesperson for Gloucestershire Constabulary said said the force received reports at 12.30am on Tuesday morning. The spokesman said: “Two men were seen in the arcade by a female security guard . They had their faces obscured by something and one was carrying a recycling box. “They left after being disturbed by the guard . A witness saw a dark vehicle, possibly an estate driving into the Arcade car park at about the same time, then 10 minutes later speeding rapidly out of the car park.” A Regent Arcade shopper, who did not wish to be named, has spoken about her shock.
She said: “If the security guard had been five minutes later, they could have stolen something very valuable .

They’re such lovely people in the arcade and in the Goldsmiths upstairs – it doesn’t matter if you’re the duke or the dustman.” Sarah Price, who runs Toys2Grow, with Melanie Fisher and Laura Davis on the first floor has also spoken about her shock. Sarah said: “We didn’t know there was a break-in but that’s the beauty of being in the arcade you pay for the extra security.”

The Regent Arcade has stepped up its security since the terror attack in Westminster by urging traders to be vigilant .

You can read about that here. 3

Anyone with information should call police on 101 quoting incident number 6 of 28/3/17.


Read: The secret compartment dug under sink to conceal illegal tobacco stash4

References

  1. ^ Police helicopter helping in search for missing 18-year-old woman (www.gloucestershirelive.co.uk)
  2. ^ Video shows aftermath of M5 smash that caused 90 minutes of delays in miles of tailbacks (www.gloucestershirelive.co.uk)
  3. ^ here. (www.gloucestershirelive.co.uk)
  4. ^ The secret compartment dug under sink to conceal illegal tobacco stash (www.gloucestershirelive.co.uk)