Manchester news Female police officer, 21, in hospital after thieves ram police car Manchester united news
PremierLeague-News.Com - A manhunt is now underway after the 21 year-old female officer was left injured in the smash in Atherton, and the car was found abandoned nearby.
PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! A police officer has gone to hospital this evening after being injured when thieves rammed her patrol car following an attempted raid at a business park. A manhunt is now underway after the 21 year-old female officer was left injured in the smash in Atherton, and the car was found abandoned nearby. Police say they were called earlier this evening to reports of people breaking into units at Bluebell Business Park, off Bolton Road in the town which is in the borough of Wigan. A GMP spokesman said when officers arrived in a patrol car they found the gates to the site closed so parked their car outside the gates. The two officers then got out of their vehicle but saw a vehicle coming towards the gates. CSI officers at the scene this evening (Image: ASP) One officer jumped back in the vehicle but it was at this point that the car, a blue coloured Kia, smashed into the gates and then the patrol car before making off. The impact caused the passenger window of the police car to shatter leaving the officer who had jumped back into the vehicle injured. Read More Related Articles Road closed after 'serious' crash near Glossop Read More Related Articles Latest Greater Manchester infection rates as rates in Bolton are now ten times the national average She has suffered cuts to her arms as a result of the broken glass and also has pain in her back. The officer, who is said to have only recently joined the force, has gone to hospital to be checked over. The offending car was found abandoned nearby shortly afterwards with the GMP spokesman saying the culrpits had 'made good their escape.
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. Tools were found in the car but no stolen goods. It is believed at this stage they tried to break into a number of units but nothing was stolen.
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An investigation is now underway with detectives trying to trace those responsible. Forensic crime scene investigation officers (CSI) were among those present at the scene this evening. Police are asking witnesses or anyone with information to call them on 101 or Crimestoppers, anonymously, on 0800 555 111.
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