PCSO’s Update

Between Sunday 20th November 2016 at 00:01hrs and Saturday 3rd December 2016 at 11:00 hours, an unknown offender/s have entered the rear garden of a residential property in Ferrars Ave, Huntingdon and stolen two unsecured bicycles.

On Saturday 3rd December 2016 between 06:30 hours and 19:00 hours in the Whitehall Walk area of St Neots, an unknown offender/s have stolen a white bicycle from the garden of a residential property.

Galley Hill – At 3:00 am on Tuesday 29th November, a lorry parked up for the night near Galley Hill was broken into. The unknown thieves cut a hole in the side of the vehicle, smashed some pallets and stole a quantity of items of cargo, although details of exactly what was stolen are not known at the moment.

The Green, Hilton – Police responded to a report of suspicious activity outside a house on The Green, Hilton, at 1:00 pm on Tuesday 29th November. Two males of eastern European appearance were seen to be dropped off from a car which pulled into the drive of the house. Police carried out investigations into the incident and a vehicle was later seized for forensic examination.

Lattenbury Lane, Near Hilton – At some time overnight on Wednesday 30th November / Thursday 1st December, thieves broke into storage containers on a construction site off Lattenbury Lane and stole a pressure washer and a quantity of tools. They also tried to remove the lock from a diesel container in order to steal fuel, but they failed in this attempt.

Weir Road, Hemingford Grey – Police have appealed for information following a burglary at a house on Weir Road that took place sometime between 8:30 am and 7:00 pm on Thursday 1st December. It is likely that thieves entered the house via an insecure kitchen window. Once inside, they targeted the upstairs rooms which they searched thoroughly, then left taking with them items of personal property. Police have carried out local enquiries in the neighbourhood but would like to hear from anyone who may have noticed anything suspicious in the area during the time period in question. Please contact the Huntingdon Burglary Team by email at  or by using any of the methods listed at the bottom of this report.

Home Farm Close, Hilton – A theft of water took place at a house on Home Farm Close at 11:00 am on Thursday 1st December. A white van was seen to pull onto the drive of the house and three men connected hoses to an external tap in the back garden of the house without the home-owner’s permission, filling up water tanks in their van. Investigations are continuing to try to identify the men and the van.

Houghton – Police stopped a motorist in Houghton just after 8:30 am on Saturday 3rd December, on suspicion of driving whilst under the influence of alcohol. The driver was breath-tested and arrested.

A14 Near Galley Hill – Unknown thieves broke the lock on the fuel tank and then siphoned diesel from a lorry that was parked up in a layby on the A14 near Galley Hill, at some time overnight of Sunday 4th / Monday 5th December. It seems that approximately 600 litres of fuel was stolen.

Westmeare, Hemingford Grey – A house on Westmeare was broken into and burgled whilst the owners were away from home, at some time between Wednesday 30th November and Monday 5th December. No further details are available at the moment.

Norman Court, Hemingford Grey – A blue Ford Fusion car, left parked in a communal parking area behind Norman Court, was damaged overnight on Monday 5th / Tuesday 6th December. The offender smashed the back windscreen of the car but did not break in or commit any further crimes.

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’.