PCSO’s Update

On Sunday 26th between 00:15 and 00:20 some youths were seen to walk over several parked cars in Chestnut Walk. It is believed the youths had come from a party at an address nearby. This has caused a large dent in one of the vehicles.

High Street, Hemingford Grey – Police were called to the High Street in Hemingford Grey in the early hours of Wednesday 22nd February where a large articulated lorry had become stuck whilst trying to turn round in the road. Whilst residents moved some of their cars, officers were able to supervise the lorry reversing slowly back up the road until it was able to turn around, and then they escorted it back to the A14 to continue on its journey.

Mill Lane, Hemingford Grey – Police were called to a house on Mill Lane, Hemingford Grey, this week to investigate a burglary that may have taken place in September or October last year, when the occupants were absent for a time, but which had only just been discovered. It is possible that thieves broken in through a first-floor window and stole jewellery from one of the bedrooms. No other items are thought to have been taken or any other disturbance made inside the house. Police investigations are continuing.

A14 Westbound – Police were called to a collision involving two cars and a lorry on the westbound A14 at Galley Hill just after 1:15 pm on Wednesday 22nd February. One car had spun off the road into the ditch, and the inside lane was blocked by the incident. Although an ambulance was initially called, it was later found not to be required as no serious injuries were reported. However, recovery services were needed to remove the car from the ditch. All was clear by 3:00 pm.

A14 Westbound – Police were called to another collision on the westbound A14,  at a dangerous position near the Rideaway junction at 7:30 pm on Saturday 25th February. The incident involved a car leaving the A14 on the slip-road and another on the main carriageway. After making sure that the occupants of the cars were in a safe position, police arranged for recovery services to remove the damaged vehicle and the road was clear again by 9:00 pm.

Huntingdon Road, Wyton -A car parked outside its owner’s house on Huntingdon Road, Wyton, was hit by a second vehicle being driven along the road in the early hours of Sunday 26th February. The second vehicle did not stop, but it is thought that it was damaged in the impact as broken glass and plastic fragments were found at the scene.

A14 Westbound, Galley Hill – Police were called to another collision on the westbound A14, this time involving three cars, that occurred at around 3:15 pm on Sunday 26th February. An ambulance was called but it is not thought that anyone was seriously injured, and there was no requirement for recovery services to attend .

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

Should you have any information with regards to the incidents above please call 101, extension 8624. To provide information about crime anonymously to the police, please call Crimestoppers, an independent charity, on 0800 555 111.