Between Saturday 10th December at approximately 23:00 hours and Sunday 11th December at approximately 13:00 hours in Berkley Street, Eynesbury, an unknown offender/s has tried to force entry into the rear garden of a residential property resulting in criminal damage.
Goretree Road, Hemingford Grey – At sometime between 15th November and Tuesday 6th December, a house on Goretree Road was broken into by burglars who forced open a rear window to gain entry to the property. Although there are signs of a search inside, at the moment it does not appear that anything has been stolen. Police have carried out local enquiries, but would also like to hear from anyone who may have seen or heard anything suspicious in the area during the time period in question.
Banks End, Wyton – Police were called to a serious collision between two cars at Banks End, Wyton, at 4:15 pm on Wednesday 7th December. One car was thought to be in danger of bursting into flames, but all of the occupants managed to escape although some serious injuries were reported. Fire and ambulance crews were called, and recovery services were also needed to clear the vehicles from the road.
Weir Close, Hemingford Grey – Police received reports of suspicious behaviour by men in a white van with ladders on the roof, seen in Weir Close at 11:00 am on Thursday 8th December. Residents had been upset to be approached by the men, asking about roofing work. Officers are liaising with residents to gather information about the incident.
Banks End, Wyton – Police received a report on Friday afternoon, 9th December, of suspicious men believed to have been selling alcohol from the boot of a car in a car-park at Banks End, Wyton. Details of the incident were logged for investigation.
A14 Eastbound – At some time between 7:00 pm on Friday 9th December and 7:00 am the following morning, a lorry parked up in a layby on the eastbound A14 was robbed by unknown persons. The driver discovered the theft on the Saturday morning, finding that the side-curtains on his trailer had been cut and items stolen from the pallets inside.
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. Regards