Police “Contact Us”

Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire and Hertfordshire police forces are working together to develop a new online information and reporting function for the public to use as an alternative to calling 101 for non-emergency matters.

The plan is for this exciting new function to be ready to launch early in 2017, but to ensure that it meets the public’s needs, an early version is already available and we are looking for people to test it and share feedback on their experience.

The police really value your opinion and would therefore be grateful if over the coming weeks you need to find some information or report a non-emergency issue to the police that you take time to visit the pilot online ‘Contact Us’ function. Even if you do not need to report something but you have time to review the content and share your thoughts we would welcome them. Access is through the ‘Contact Us’ link which you will find on the top right hand side of the force website.

Please be reassured that while this is still in its development stage, all of the information you will find on it will remain up to date and anything that you report through it will be forwarded to the relevant department to be dealt with.

In an emergency always dial 999.

The new function can be accessed via the following link: https://www.contactcambspolice.uk/. Please provide any feedback using the text box on the front page.

Thank you for your support.

PCSO’s Update

Please see below a list of crimes that have been reported between 20th and 26th April in St Neots;

THEFT

On Tuesday 26th between 21:45 and 22:15, a Transit van was broken into in Skipper Way and power tools were stolen.

CRIMINAL DAMAGE

Between Friday 22nd and Monday 25th unknown offender/s have caused damage to the football/basketball courts by spraying Graffiti on the tarmac and under the shelter. The colour of the paint used was red.

Should you have any information with regards to the incidents above please call 101, extension 8624. To provide information about crime anonymously to the police, please call Crimestoppers, an independent charity, on 0800 555 111.

PCSO’s Update

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

Between 19:00 hrs on 23/04/16 and 09:00 hrs on 25/04/2016 unknown offenders have entered a Ford S Max and carried out a search while the car was parked outside of a house in Burling Walk, Milton. CF0168830416.

Between 09:00 hrs and 13:30 hrs on 23/04/2016 unknown offenders have damaged and bent the metal bar on one of the adult exercise items in the park area in Cambridge Road, Waterbeach. CF0168850416.

At 12:50 hrs on 25/04/2016 unknown offender has left without paying for fuel at Tesco Filling Station in Milton. CF0169070416.

Between 12:00 hrs and 16:30 hrs on 25/04/2016 unknown offenders have entered an unlocked White Peugeot Dipper van and taken all the work tools while it was parked on a building site in Cody Road, Waterbeach. CF0169600416.

Between 11:00 hrs and 17:15 hrs on 25/04/2016 unknown offenders have taken an antique milk urn from outside of a house in Histon Road, Cottenham. CF0169750416.

Between 20:00 hrs and 21:00 hrs on 23/04/2016 unknown offenders have entered a grey Bmw and carried out a search while the car was parked on the driveway to a house in Burling Walk, Milton. CF0169920416.

At 00:05 hrs on 26/04/2016 an unknown male has taken items without paying for them from Tesco, Cambridge Road, Milton. CF0170350416.

Between 10:30 hrs and 14:15 hrs on 26/04/2016 unknown offender has taken both wheels off a pedal cycle while it was locked at the Guided Bus Way in Histon. CF0171040416.

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 13:30 hrs and 13:40 hrs on 21/04/16 a mobile phone was left on a desk and was damaged by a pupil at Swavesey Village College, Swavesey. CF0164870416.

Between 17:00 hrs on 19/04/16 and 08:00 hrs on 22/04/2016 unknown offenders have entered an unlocked Black Fiat Bravo and taken two pairs of sunglasses while the car was parked on the driveway to a house in Thornhill Place, Longstanton. CF0165040416.

Between 18:00 hrs and 22:30 hrs on 22/04/16 unknown offenders have taken the number plates from a White Mini Countryman which was parked in Westfield, Willingham. CF0165460416.

Between 23:00 hrs on 22/04/16 and 07:30 hrs on 23/04/16 unknown offenders have forced entry into a wooden construction shed which was in the rear garden to a house in Rosehip Road, Orchard Park, Cambridge. CF0165770416.

On: Andrew Road/James Court, Eynesbury
Between: Friday 22/04/16 at 20:00 and Saturday 23/04/16 at 08:00

Unknown offender(s) have smashed the rear window of a white Vauxhall Astra can and stolen a drill from inside the vehicle.

13/04/2016 00:00 – 14/04/2016 00:00
Church Street, Willingham, CB24 5HT
Unknown offender(s) between the stated times have keyed the paint work on 2 vehicles belonging to the victim. Both cars park on the street and appears other residents have also been affected.

18/04/2016 00:00 – 23/04/2016 11:30
Mill Lane, Histon, Cambridge, CB249HW
The aggrieved’s vehicle has been parked on the driveway, on the morning of the 23rd April the aggrieved realised that items had been taken from the glove box.

21/04/2016 17:00 – 22/04/2016 09:00
High Street, Rampton, CB24 8QE
Between the stated times unknown offender have entered the victims rear garden and taken one of her chickens and some eggs from one of the pens.

23/04/2016 00:30 – 23/04/2016 08:00
Central Avenue, Orchard Park, CB4 2BS
Offenders have entered a shared house and have stolen electronic items from within

CF0167820416
THEFT OF A PEDAL CYCLE Central Avenue, Orchard Park
23/04/2016 11:00 – 24/04/2016 14:00

Overnight unknown offender/s have gained access to the garden and have stolen aggrieved’s bike
Cycles / Mountain Cycle Gents
Make:CARRERA
Light blue and grey in colour

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.