PCSO’s Update

Between Friday 09/06/2017 16:30 hours and Tuesday 13/06/2017 16:30 hours.
St Mary’s C of E Primary School, Wintringham Road.
Unknown offender/s have gained access to the school roof and stolen lead and caused damage.

Interference with a motor vehicle (A14, Boxworth )
12/06/2017 12:15 – 13/06/2017 07:00
WHITE DAFF XD EURO SIX parked locked and secure parked in lorry car park. Unknown person(S) has used a sharp implement in order to slash the curtain and interfered with the cargo box containing toys. An attempt to remove the toys have been unsuccessful.

CRIMINAL DAMAGE TO A VEHICLE (St Vincents Close, Girton)
12/06/2017 21:30 – 13/06/2017 09:30
VW Golf parked locked and secure unknown offender(s) have smashed o/s rear window with unknown objects.

13/06/2017 13:00 – 13/06/2017 16:00
Unknown number of suspect(s) have caused damage to the front door while attempting to gain entry. Some sort of implement has been used to cause the damage but it is not known what was used.

Theft of a pedal cycle (Station Road, Impington)
13/06/2017 07:10 – 13/06/2017 19:30
Mens, royal blue frame, straight handlebars with black grips, silver mudguards. 15 speed grip shift, black saddle, carrying rack on back silver, front light, flat black pedals, yellow & green bungie cable on luggage rack.
Bike locked at dedicated bike rack at guided bus stop, locked to rack using 4ft flexible wire lock through frame and to rack.

Theft of a pedal cycle (The Rowans, Milton)
13/06/2017 20:00 – 14/06/2017 08:30
Unknown offender has overnight forced the lock used to secure a bike to a drainpipe at the front of the house.
Gents adult bike, Kross transatlantic  21 gears, lights front and back, damaged saddle

Date Occurred: 14/06/2017 18:30 – 15/06/2017 06:35 Location: Unwin Square, Orchard Park

Description: A Ford Fiesta has had its rear windscreen smashed and entered whilst parked outside on the road. No items have been reported stolen.


Date Occurred: 14/06/2017 16:00 – 15/06/2017 06:50 Location: Eaton Way, Longstanton
Description: An unknown offender has gained entry to a red Peugeot 206 by unknown means and removed property from within. No damage caused. Car door found to be left slightly ajar.


Date Occurred: 14/06/2017 21:00 – 15/06/2017 10:25 Location: Train Station, Station Road, Waterbeach
Description:  An unknown offender has stolen a ladies Ridgeback hybrid cycle from Waterbeach train station. The victim secured the cycle on the 14/06/2018 at 21:00, when they returned the following morning at 10:25 they had found that it had been taken.


Date Occurred: 12/06/2016 16:00 – 12/06/2016 18:00 Location: High Street, Graveley
Description: Unknown offenders have moved a Nissan Primera on the High Street in Graveley causing extensive damage to the underneath.


Date Occurred: 15/06/2017 08:00 – 15/06/2017 13:00 Location: Cheason Walk, Waterbeach
Description: Unknown offenders have forced open a garage door, no items are believed to be stolen at this time.


Date Occurred: 05/06/2017 00:01 – 11/06/2017 23:59 Location: St Catharines Square, Impington

Description: Unknown offenders have a caused damage to a van whilst parked opposite victims home address during a week time frame.


Date Occurred: 15/06/2017 15:30 – 15/06/2017 16:50 Location: The Crescent, Impington
Description: Unknown person has smashed front passenger window to a silver Volvo and stolen brown shopping bag from foot well, which contained art books and art paints.


Date Occurred: 15/06/2017 09:30 – 15/06/2017 17:00 Location: Cambridgeshire Guided Busway, Longstanton,
Description: Unknown offender has stolen a Peugeot men’s racer bike along with the lock from offence location.


Date Occurred: 14/06/2017 22:00 – 15/06/2017 08:00 Location: Ladywalk, Longstanton
Description: Unknown offender has entered a vehicle without permission, taking some items belonging to informant which were later found discarded in neighbours gardens and along street.

If you have any information which may assist with the investigation into these crimes please call 101, reply to this message or call crime stoppers anonymously 0800 555 111.