|Police Operation Nets 93
Ninety three people have been charged with criminal offences after a successful crackdown in Wigan borough.
Operation Relentless, which ran from Monday 12 April, resulted in charges for burglary, possession of Class A drugs, shoplifting and theft.
Police also executed 58 warrants and two offenders were recalled to prison.
Chief Inspector Jacqui Pendlebury of Greater Manchester Police’s Wigan Division said: “This was a superb result for us and I wish to congratulate my officers on all their hard work. We will continue to track down offenders relentlessly, and I would encourage people to keep contacting us with information so we can bring criminals to justice.”
For non-emergency calls or to report crime call police on 0161 872 5050 or for more information visit gmp.police.uk/wigan
Alternatively, call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.
Use 999 only in emergencies where there is a threat to life or crime in progress.
Police across Wigan borough are now delivering the Policing Pledge, giving people a clear minimum standard of service they can expect from their Neighbourhood Policing Teams.
Find out more at gmp.police.uk/pledge