PCSO’s Update

12/07/2016 18:00 – 13/07/2016 06:45
Topper Street, Orchard Park
Offender has entered works van & stolen a laptop from passenger footwell & iPod from glove compartment. Vehicle details – white Ford Transit.

09/07/2016 08:45 – 11/07/2016 08:45
Cottenham Court, High St, Cottenham
Victim reporting that unknown person has entered his car and stolen his disabled blue badge from under the sun visor. No sign of damage to the vehicle. This is a possibility vehicle had not been locked.

12/07/2016 00:00 – 13/07/2016 10:00
New Road, Impington
Offenders have cut the side open on a marquee on the recreation ground.

Unknown offender/s have stolen parts of the front grill to a BMW on two different occasions between Saturday 09/07/2016 and Thursday 14/07/2016 in Montagu Square (Ed: Huntingdon?).

On Wednesday 13/07/2016 at 16:05 hours in the High Street, Offord Cluny
Unknown offenders have damaged an upstairs window to a residential property.

Theft from a Motor Vehicle
28/06/16 11:20 – 11:59hrs
Graveley Road, Offord D’Arcy
Commercial Stihl strimmer stolen from rear of red Nissan Navaro whilst victim was working at the site.

Theft
26/06/16 18:45 – 27/06/16 07:00hrs
St Bartholomews Church, Gt Gransden.
Offenders have climbed cast-iron drainpipe to gain access to roof and removed three large sheets of lead.

Theft from Motor Vehicle
30/06/16 00:00 – 01/07/16 08:00hrs
Offenders have gained access by unknown means to a silver Audi 8 whilst parked on road. Two laptops, a slate and cash stolen.

Theft from Motor Vehicle
06/07/16 15:15 – 07/07/16 10:30hrs
Eltisley Road, Waresley
Offenders have stolen front and rear number plates from a 65-reg Citroen Cactus and left scratches on vehicle.

Burglary (dwelling)
07/07/16 09:30 – 10:30hrs
Tetworth Hall Estate Road, Tetworth
Entry gained through ground-floor window. Untidy search of premises. Crate of beer stolen.

Criminal Damage
13/07/16 16:05
High Street, Offord Cluny
Two holes in upstairs window caused by unknown means. Possibly air weapon.

Cambridge Road, Hemingford Grey – Just after 3:00 am early on Friday morning, 8th July, a staff member arriving for work at a chicken farm on Cambridge Road disturbed two intruders who had illegally entered the premises, possibly by an insecure door. They were dressed in protective overalls with breathing masks and were reported to be taking photographs of the birds in the sheds. When challenged, they peacefully collected their equipment and left the premises.

Rutland Green, Hilton – Sometime overnight on Thursday 7th / Friday 8th July, unknown persons stole both front and rear number plates from a blue Ford Fiesta which had been left for the night parked on the driveway of its owner’s house. No other damage was caused to the vehicle.

Rutland Green, Hilton – Sometime during the morning of Friday 8th July, unknown persons entered a white Ford Transit van, left parked on Rutland Green by its owner, and stole a quantity of power tools which had been stored in the back.

Turberville Court, Hemingford Grey – Sometime overnight on Sunday 10th / Monday 11th July, unknown persons entered and stole a grey X-Type Jaguar car which had been left on its’s owners driveway. The car was subsequently found partially burned out several miles away.

Hemingford Abbots – Between midnight and 1:00 am on Friday morning, 8th July, police received several reports of extremely loud music disturbing residents in Hemingford Abbots. One report suggested it could be an illegal rave – however, police found that the source was in fact a party with a licence until 2:00 am. As police arrived, the event was breaking up and people were dispersing and heading home.

Lattenbury Lane, Hilton – Just before 10:00 pm on Sunday 10th July, police received reports of suspicious activity in the vicinity of farm buildings off Lattenbury Lane between Hilton and Godmanchester. Two males in a silver Ford Transit van had been observed attempting to enter the farm compound, who had then turned away and driven up a lane off Gravely Road. Police searched the area but could not locate the vehicle.

If you wish to report a crime or speak to the Police please ring 999 if it is an emergency (or a crime that is taking place at the time) or 101 for any other non-emergency or to give information. You can also report by ringing Crimestoppers on 0800 555111 if you wish to remain anonymous.

 

 

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