PCSO’s Update

Between the 17/05/2016 and the 18/05/2016 unknown offenders have caused damage to two vehicles whilst parked along Lairstall Drove, Swavesey. It is unclear at this time if anything has been stolen.

Between the 17/05/2016 and the 18/05/2016 unknown offenders have gained entry to a Toyota whilst parked in Circus Drive, Orchard Park. Nothing is believed to be stolen at this time.

On the 17/05/2016 an unknown offender has slashed the front and rear tyres to a bicycle which was left on Cambridge Regional Colleges site.

Between the 15/05/2016 and the 16/05/2016 unknown offenders have caused damage to a fence on Impingtons Recreational Ground.

On the 18/05/2016 unknown offenders have stolen an Audi S3 whilst parked outside a property in Mill Lane, Impington.

Between the 18/05/2016 and the 19/05/2016 unknown offenders have stolen an energiser and solar panel, steak and wiring to a generator located on Station Road, Longstanton.

If you have any information which may assist with the investigation into these crimes please call 101, reply to this message or call crime stoppers anonymously 0800 555 111.

PCSO’s Update

Between the 15th May at 16:30hrs and 17th May at 09:30hrs a criminal damage to a scooter took place at Recreation Park, Chapel Street, Waterbeach. Unknown offender has totally smashed a scooter left in the rec near of home address. CF0203820516 refers.

If you have any information which may assist with the investigation into these crimes please call 101, reply to this message or call crime stoppers anonymously 0800 555 111.

PCSO’s Update

Houghton Grange, Houghton Hill – Late in the evening of Tuesday 10th May, police received a report that two unknown persons had been seen in the act of digging a trench in the grounds of the disused research station and removing copper cabling. The persons were described as male, wearing light-coloured hooded tops, one with dark trousers and the other in loose jeans. Police with a tracker dog were dispatched to the location and an abandoned shovel was found but no unauthorised persons, although the dog was able to follow a trail for a time. Investigations are continuing.

Fenstanton Road, Hilton – In the afternoon of Friday 13th May, police received a report of suspicious circumstances in which a teenage boy who had just got off the school bus was approached by a male in a white car, possibly a sports car, who asked if he needed a lift. When the boy refused, the car reportedly sped off in the Fenstanton direction.

You may also like to be aware of incidents reported in the St Ives area during the same period:

Ramsey Road Skate Park – Around 12:30 in the afternoon of Monday 9th May, unknown persons stole a bag containing mobile phones, keys and other items of personal property that the victim had put down on the ground for a short period of time. When the owner looked for the bag it was found to be missing and assumed stolen.

London Road – Sometime overnight between 8:00 pm on Tuesday 10th and 6:00 am on Wednesday 11th May, unknown persons caused damage to several boats which were moored up in Endersby Wharf. Boats were dragged out of the Marina and the engines and other components of some of them were removed and stolen.

Beech Drive – Between midnight and 07:30 am on Thursday 12th May, unknown persons smashed the windscreen of a car left parked on a resident’s driveway here.

Norris Road – Sometime between 9:00 am and mid-day on Thursday 12th May, unknown persons damaged a double-glazed window at the rear of a ground-floor flat by throwing an unknown object at it. The outer pane of the double-glazed unit was broken as a result.

Little Farthing Close – Sometime between 4:00 pm on Thursday 12th and 8:00 am on Friday 13th May, a silver VW Passat with taxi plates was stolen by unknown persons from where it had been left parked outside its owner’s house.

Tamar Close – Between mid-day and 3:00 pm on Saturday 14th May, unknown persons smashed the front passenger window of a black Renault Cleo that had been left parked on the road near its owner’s house in this residential cul-de-sac.

Edison Road – Late in the evening of Sunday 15th May, police stopped and searched a male  in his car on the industrial estate here and arrested him on charges of the possession of drugs.

Crown Walk – Between 7:00 pm on Friday 13th and 8:00 am on Sunday 15th May, unknown persons entered the back garden of a house and stole a black men’s Cube Hybrid mountain bike which had been left by its owner secured with a D-Lock to a drainpipe. The lock was also stolen.

Oak Tree Drive – Sometime on the night of Monday 16th / Tuesday 17th May, unknown persons broke into a grey Audi A6 car which had been left parked and secured on its owner’s driveway. To gain entry, the offenders damaged both the driver’s and the passenger’s doors, and once inside stole several items of personal property.

As always, if you have information relating to any offence, or are concerned about any suspicious activities, please contact police by using the ‘101’ telephone number. Alternatively, you can use ‘Crimestoppers’ to make a report anonymously by calling 0800 555 111 or by using their on-line contact form. In an emergency, or if you witness a crime in progress, always use ‘999’.

PCSO’s Update

Between Saturday 14th May at 20:30 hours and Sunday 15th May at 09:00 hours an unknown offender has stolen a locked pedal cycle that was secured to a railing on St Neots High Street.

In the past 24hrs, in the Histon sector, the following relevant crimes have been reported to the police.

Between 12:30 hrs and 17:00 hrs on 13/05/16 unknown offenders have taken a food parcel which was delivered to a house in Bourneys Manor Close, Willingham. CF0201470516

Between 17:00 hrs and 21:30 hrs on 15/05/2016 unknown offenders have damaged a letter box on the front of a house in Bourneys Manor Close, Willingham. CF0201680516

If you have any information regarding this crime or any other crimes please contact Cambridgeshire Police on telephone number 101 or call Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.

Op Hunter

Please put this date in your calendar! The first Histon ‘Op Hunter’ crime prevention event will be held in Papworth Everard on Tuesday June the 7th 2016 at the village hall on Ermine Street South between 17:00-20:00hrs. Cambridgeshire Constabulary are encouraging residents to get involved. We are giving the community the opportunity to meet their local policing team and receive security advice on how to protect their home. There will also be the opportunity to buy security products at a discounted price and get your property coded. If you would like more info please contact me via email ().

PCSO’s Update II

The following are the five recorded crimes which are deemed to affect the Eynesbury ward.

On Tuesday 03/05/2016 between 17:00 and 18:30 hours in Whitehall Walk.
Unknown offender/s have thrown a rock at a rear kitchen window to a residential property causing the outer glass panel to break.

On Tuesday 03/05/2016 between 18:30 and 19:00 hours in Howitts Gardens.
Unknown offenders have caused damage to crops by riding dirt bikes on farm land.

On Thursday 05/05/2016 between 22:30 and 22:45 hours in Bellamy Close.
Unknown offender/s have caused damage to the front garden of a residential property.

On Friday 06/05/2016 between 19:00 and 23:30 hours in Duck Lane.
Unknown offender/s have written on a vehicle, scratched the rear driver’s panel and punctured the tyre to a Ford Fiesta.

Between Friday 06/05/2016 22:00 hours and Saturday 07/05/2016 10:00 hours in Bevington Way.
Unknown offender/s have scratched the bonnet and rear driver’s panel and punctured a tyre to a Volkswagen Polo.

On the 13th of May between 17:30 and 18:30hrs, a dwelling burglary took place in Daniels Close, Willingham. Unknown offender has gained entry in the property by jimmied rear kitchen window. Nothing believed to have been taken. CF0198450516 refers.

On the 13th of May between 10:15 and 11:40hrs, a dwelling burglary took place in Butt Lane, Milton. Unknown offender has gained entry in the property by jimmied rear kitchen window, jewellery has been taken from an upstairs bedroom. CF0197770516 refers.

If you have any information regarding these crimes or any other crimes please contact Cambridgeshire Police on telephone number 101 or call Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.

PCSO’s Update I

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Theft (Cambridge Road, Oakington)
10/05/2016 13:00 – 10/05/2016 18:00
Unknown offenders have walked through the slip rails, they have then walked into the hay shed and into a tunnel, they have removed an agricultural  machine from the rear of the tunnel and made off via unknown means.

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THEFT FROM A MOTOR VEHICLE (Central Avenue, Orchard Park)
10/05/2016 19:00 – 10/05/2016 19:00
Rear windscreen has been smashed and bag has been stolen from within. the Nissan vehicle was parked on the road outside

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THEFT FROM A MOTOR VEHICLE (Manor Farm Road, Girton)
10/05/2016 19:00 – 10/05/2016 23:25
Unknown offender has stolen both number plates from victims vehicle while it was parked to the rear of Gretton School.

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Theft (Swavesey Road, Fen Drayton)
10/05/2016 19:30 – 11/05/2016 08:00
Between the stated times unknown offenders have entered the Farm, Swavesey Road, Fen Drayton. The offenders have stolen DIESEL from the diesel tank by cutting the padlock on the tank and ripping open the lid. The offenders have also broken in to four chicken sheds by cutting the padlocks. The offenders are believed to have accessed the farm via the open fields at the rear of the farm.

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OTHER CRIMINAL DAMAGE (Lambs Lane, Cottenham)
10/05/2016 19:00 – 11/05/2016 08:30
Unknown offenders have caused damage to the drainpipes and guttering at the Pavillion at location by unknown means.

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THEFT FROM A MOTOR VEHICLE (Butt Lane, Milton)
Unknown offender has forced entry to the National grid van, by unknown means. Items stolen from inside

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CRIMINAL DAMAGE TO A VEHICLE (Ellison Close, Impington)
11/05/2016 12:02 – 11/05/2016 12:02
Unknown offenders have smashed the front passenger side window of blue Proton via unknown means but the Victim believes that someone has hit it with something as there are no stones on the inside of the vehicle.

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Theft (Station Road, Longstanton)
11/05/2016 04:20 – 11/05/2016 04:25
Shed broken into and tools taken.

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OTHER THEFT (Cambridge Road, Oakington )
05/05/2016 19:00 – 11/05/2016 08:00
Unknown offenders have gained access to the victim’s yard via unknown means and attempted to open and steal a livestock trailer, they have damaged the locks but not stolen the trailer.

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OTHER CRIMINAL DAMAGE (Sunflower Street, Impington)
12/05/2016 11:25 – 12/05/2016 11:25
Suspect caused damage to property by throwing remote controls on the floor causing them to break.

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OTHER CRIMINAL DAMAGE (Chariot Way, Orchard Park)
11/05/2016 10:00 – 12/05/2016 10:00
Unknown offender(s) between the stated times have damaged the victims post box in a communal area. offender(s) also appear to have made fraudulent applications for loans in the victims name.

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OTHER THEFT (High Street, Boxworth)
12/05/2016 16:00 – 12/05/2016 18:36
Suspects have attempted to remove a portion of copper roofing from a building.

If you have any information which may assist with the investigation into these crimes please call 101, reply to this message or call crime stoppers anonymously 0800 555 111.

PCC’s Farewell

Message sent by
Charles Kitchin (Police, Director of Public Engagement and Communications, Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner, Cambridgeshire)

 

Please find below a link to Police and Crime Commissioner, Sir Graham Bright’s final newsletter.

With best wishes

Link to newsletter

PCSO’s Update

In the past 24hrs, in the Histon sector, the following relevant crimes have been reported to the police.

On the 07/05/2016 between 20:00-22:00 unknown offender has pulled up and damaged plants in front garden to a residential bungalow in Home Close, Histon.

Pound Road, Hemingford Grey – Between 6:30 pm on Saturday 30th April and 10:00 am on Wednesday 4th May, unknown persons burgled a residential property being renovated here. The offenders removed a metal gate from across the driveway, broke into a caravan and a garden work-shop and stole a quantity of power tools and equipment as well as some lengths of metal piping and cabling. They also entered and searched through the house but took nothing from inside.

Graveley Road, Hilton – At 8:15 in the morning of Wednesday 4th May, police were called to a road traffic collision between two cars here which had blocked the road. An ambulance was required as both drivers had received minor injuries, and recovery services were needed to remove the vehicles from the scene of the incident. The road was re-opened by 9:15.

A141 Hartford Hill –  Mid-afternoon on Sunday 8th May, police were called to an incident here in which a single car had left the road and ended up in the ditch on its roof. The driver was not trapped but had received injuries and was treated at the scene by ambulance paramedics. Recovery services were needed to remove the damaged car from the ditch.

You may also like to be aware of incidents reported in the Fenstanton area during the same period:

Fenstanton Road, Hilton – Between 6:15 pm on Monday 2nd May and  7:00 pm on Tuesday 3rd May, unknown persons broke into a metal container located just inside the gate of a residential property here. The padlock securing the container was cut but the container was empty and nothing was stolen.

Chequer Street, Fenstanton – At 1:15 am in the early morning of Saturday 7th May, unknown persons stole a small two-wheeled galvanised-metal trailer from the driveway of its owner, where it had been left locked and secure. The thieves arrived in a small car and towed the trailer away.

Theft from Motor Vehicle
02/05/16 20:00 – 03/05/16 20:15hrs
Brook Farm, Offord Road, Graveley
Offenders have opened the rear doors of five vans and two cars stored at an isolated site. Attempt made to open workshop doors but no entry gained. Nothing taken.

If you have any information which may assist with the investigation into these crimes please call 101, reply to this message or call crime stoppers anonymously 0800 555 111.

Op Hunter

The first Histon ‘Op Hunter’ crime prevention event will be held in Papworth Everard on Tuesday June the 7th 2016 at the village hall on Ermine Street South between 17:00-20:00hrs. Cambridgeshire Constabulary are encouraging residents to get involved. We are giving the community the opportunity to meet their local policing team and receive security advice on how to protect their home. There will also be the opportunity to buy security products at a discounted price and get your property coded. If you would like more info please contact me via email ().