PCSO’s Update

On the 27th Nov at approx. 19:00hrs, Milton Golf Club was broken into (Ely RD, Milton). Unknown offender(s) have gained entry to the building by breaking the door glass to the fire exit. Bottles of alcohol and till containing cash was taken. CF0550451116 refers.

During the night hrs of the 27 and the 28th Nov, a theft from a stationary parked vehicle took place in Pine Court, Impington. Unknown offender has removed and taken both front and rear vehicle number plates. CF0550661116 refers.

Barnfield Lane, Papworth St Agnes – Police received a report of a fallen tree blocking the road on Barnfield Lane, just before 7:30 am on Tuesday 22nd November. One motorist had already run into the tree, which was very large and too heavy to be easily moved. Police cordoned off the area with cones, tape and a warning sign, and passed the incident to the Highways Authority to deal with.

High Street, Hemingford Abbots – Someone stole a sat-nav and an i-pod from a car which had been left parked on the driveway outside its owner’s house on the High Street, at some time overnight on Tuesday 22nd / Wednesday 23rd November. It is possible that the car had been left unlocked.

Chapmans, Hemingford Abbots – Items were also stolen from another unlocked car on the night of Tuesday 22nd / Wednesday 23rd November, left outside its owner’s house on Chapmans. At the moment, it is not known exactly what was stolen.

Lay-by on Westbound A14 – Police received a report of a theft from a lorry parked up for the night in a lay-by on the A14 near Galley Hill, sometime between 6:00 pm on Wednesday 23rd November and 1:40 am the following morning. The driver woke early to check his trailer and found that the security seal had been broken, the side covers opened and several items of his cargo stolen.

A1198 Near Hilton – Police were called to a road traffic collision involving two vans on the A1198 at Lattenbury Hill just before 11:30 am on Friday 25th November. The northbound carriageway was blocked for a time and there was concern that one person was trapped, so the Fire Brigade were also summoned to assist. Fortunately, no serious injuries were reported. Recovery services removed one damaged van from the scene and the road was clear by 12:30 pm.

The Green, Hilton – At some time between 3:00 pm on Friday 25th November and midday on Saturday, there was a break-in at a house on The Green in Hilton, in which the thieves forced open a first-floor window which they reached by climbing on wheelie bins. The main bedroom was subjected to an untidy search but it is not known at the moment what items were stolen. Police have carried out local enquiries in the neighbourhood but would also like to hear from anyone who saw anything suspicious in the area over the time period in question.

Apple Orchard, Hemingford Grey – Police have received a report of criminal damage caused to the football pitch on the Recreation Ground on Apple Orchard in Hemingford Grey on Sunday 27th November. It appears that an unknown vehicle has driven onto the pitch and made wheel spins and circles, causing considerable damage to its surface.

The Green, Hilton – A robbery has been discovered at the Church in Hilton, that may have happened anytime in the last four months. Some unknown persons used a cutlery knife to force open a small wall safe, used to collect donations, and stole the money from inside. In the process, the knife broke, leaving a piece of the blade snapped off in the lock. ————————————————————————————————————– To see details of Policing Summaries for neighbouring areas, please click on the following link and scroll down the page to select areas of interest: https://www.ecops.org.uk/alert_archive

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’. Best wishes,