Police share leaflet after man allegedly ‘forced resident to have unwanted work’
Police have circulated a leaflet on social media after a Bury resident allegedly had unwanted work done to her home against her will. The leaflet, which is for a company called ‘Custom Fit Drives & Patios’ states that the business undertakes ‘all kinds of groundwork’. It also claims that the company can ‘revive’ properties, offering services such as new patios, steps, walls, turfing, fencing and garden design.
It goes on to state that there the company offers ‘free estimates and advice’ and refers to ’10 years experience. There is a website on the leaflet but it does not work. READ MORE : Woman stabbed in broad daylight – another woman has been arrested
According to the Bury North Greater Manchester Police (GMP) Twitter account, the leaflet is linked to an incident in which a woman was ‘forced’ to have ‘unwanted work’ done by a man in the Elton area. It also states that the man drives a ‘silvery grey’ pick-up truck.
The leaflet claims the company can ‘revive’ properties (Image: GMP Bury North)
@GMPBuryNorth tweeted:. “Male forced resident to have unwanted work on her property despite repeatedly refusing his request. If approached by a male driving a silvery grey pick up truck partial reg: DV05 please call police on 101 or 999, leaflet linked to incident.”