EVERY month, the Warrington Guardian takes a look back at some of the most shocking and bizarre crimes reported to police in the town over the past few weeks.

Here are seven such incidents from Warrington during April:

Arsonists target historic hall

The historic Bewsey New Hall was targeted by arsonists on the evening of Wednesday, April 21.

Three youths were reportedly spotted running away from the scene after the fire broke out at around 8pm.

Fire damage could be seen to the exterior of the building, which dates back to the 1860s, the morning after the incident.

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Cheshire Police’s enquiries into the incident are ongoing.

Jaguar smashes into wall

A Jaguar crashed into a taxi and a wall after a police chase on Tuesday, April 20.

Officers attempted to pull over the car near to Warrington Hospital shortly before 8pm, but the vehicle failed to stop.

After a short pursuit, the Jag crashed into a silver Toyota Prius and the garden wall of a house at the crossroads of Bewsey Road, Lovely Lane, Folly Lane and Lodge Lane in Bewsey.

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The driver fled on foot, but was subsequently arrested on suspicion of offences including dangerous driving, failing to stop for police and driving without a licence.

Meanwhile, the taxi driver was taken to hospital as a precautionary measures after suffering minor injuries.

Dog left ‘bleeding to death’

A dog and her owner were injured after being attacked by a pack of pit bulls in a popular walking spot.

Toy poodle Connie was left ‘bleeding to death’ after the incident on a footpath linking Grappenhall Heys and Lumb Brook Road at around 9am on Wednesday, April 7.

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The beloved pet is recovering after undergoing multiple surgeries for internal injuries.

Owner Gareth Price was also bitten on his hands as he bravely fought off the attacking dogs.

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A group of men who appeared to be in charge of them walked away unconcerned.

Two robberies at same supermarket

A man has been charged with robbing the same supermarket twice in the space of just over a week.

The Farmfoods store on School Brow was targeted shortly after 7.30pm on April 13 and at around 4.30pm on April 21.

Food was stolen from the shop on both occasions.

James Telfer was arrested on Brick Street in the town centre minutes after the second incident.

The 37-year-old, of Northway in Longford, has since been charged with two counts of robbery and using threatening behaviour.

Police called after pooing

Police were called after a motorist pulled over and pooed on a road.

Cheshire Police received reports of the driver defecating on Sycamore Lane in Hood Manor shortly after 8am on Wednesday, April 14.

Eyewitnesses reported seeing a man exit a car in the turning circle near to the footbridge over Liverpool Road and relieving himself.

The force’s enquiries into the incident are ongoing.