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Welcome to your local policing information page for Moreton West & Saughall Massie.This neighbourhood is in the Merseyside Police force area.
Officers have arrested a man and a woman for drugs offences following an incident on Friday evening (4th March).
We can confirm that emergency services are in Wallasey dealing with an ongoing incident today, Monday 13 September.
We are appealing for information after a fail to stop road traffic collision in Prenton last night, Tuesday 7 September.
Officers in Wirral have recovered a stolen bike to an Edinburgh man after it was advertised for sale on eBay.
Earlier this week, #OpTarget officers arrested a man in his 30s for drugs and weapons offences.
We are urging parents, guardians and young people to be vigilant after two children required hospital treatment after eating sweets suspected to contain cannabis.
Detectives are issuing the image of a man who may have information following a racially-aggravated assault in Birkenhead in May.
We are welcoming the sentencing of a Wirral man to prison for possession with intent to supply crack cocaine and heroin.
Officers in Wirral are welcoming the sentencing of a Wirral man to jail for breaching the terms of his Gang Injunction.
Wirral officers have arrested five people and seized suspected drugs following a warrant in Wallasey yesterday morning, Monday 7 December.
Merseyside Police have today (24th March) carried out a warrant at an address on the Beechwood Estate, Wirral.
The warrant took place at 9am this morning on St Oswalds Avenue following ongoing issues in relation to gang crime in the area.
Officers were in the Wirral again today (16th March) carrying out #OpTarget activity to ensure the public remain safe.
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