PCSO’s Update

Date Occurred: 12/02/2017 02:30 – 12/02/2017 02:30
Location: Cambridge Road, Oakington and Westwick
Description: An unknown offender has entered the back garden over the side gate, accessed the lean to shed via the back door and taken a black Pinnacle Cobalt 5 gents bike with child seat and lean bars. They have then entered an unlocked car and stole a number of items, including small amount of cash, keys, leather gloves and sunglasses.

Date Occurred: 13/02/2017 17:50 – 13/02/2017 19:30
Location: Spindle Close, Orchard Park
Description: Unknown offender has scratched the victim’s car in two places, both scratches are approximately 4-6 inches in length and 2mm thick.

Date Occurred: 13/02/2017 16:40 – 14/02/2017 09:30
Location: Recreation Ground, Cambridge Road, Waterbeach
Description: Unknown offender has smashed a perspex cover from the notice board attached to the side of the pavilion.

Pound Road, Hemingford Grey – There was a break-in and burglary at a bungalow on Pound Road at some time between the afternoons of Tuesday 7th and Sunday 12th February, whilst the owner was away. Thieves broke into the house through a front window and then carried out a very thorough and untidy search, taking cash and personal possessions before leaving, probably via the front door. Police have carried out local house-to-house enquiries but would still like to hear from anybody who may have information relating to the crime.

Scotts Crescent, Hilton – Police received a report of suspicious behaviour by a man who knocked on the door of a house on Scotts Crescent, Hilton, at around 8:30 pm on Saturday 11th February. The man, who was wearing a beanie hat and a black scarf that covered his lower face, stated that he represented a “Communist organisation” and asked to be let into the house. When entry was refused he at first would not leave, but then did so when the residents threatened to call the police. Officers quickly arrived and searched the area but could not locate the man.


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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’.