01/08/2017 09:00 – 12/08/2017 09:00 Orchard Park Community Primary School Criminal Damage caused to play equipment.
THEFT FROM A MOTOR VEHICLE(Iceni Way, Orchard Park)
12/08/2017 23:30 – 13/08/2017 11:30
Unknown offender(s) have stolen the front and rear index plates from a Toyota Yaris in green.
31.07.2017 – Ermine Street
Victim has returned home to find cash has been stolen from 2 locations in the bedroom. Nothing else was taken. The rear pation door was left unlocked.
09.08.2017 – Princes Street
Unknown offender(s) have cut the lock of the victims bike and stolen the bike.
09.08.2017 – Latham Road
Unknown offender(s) have stolen a bike that was locked to a post overnight whilst the owner was at work.
10.08.2017 – Brampton Road
Unknown offender(s) have stolen a bike whilst it was locked and secure to a bike rack. The lock was cut.
10.08.2017 – Roscrea Court
Unknown offender(s) have entered the rear garden and cut a heavy chain which was secured to a bike. the bike was stolen.
26.07.2017 – Cambridge Street
Unknown offender(s) have attempted to force both side door and front door of a detached garage in an attempt to gain entry damaging both doors as a result. A strimmer was stolen which was left outside the garage and a fence within the garden in which the garage was situated.
30.07.2017 – West Street
Unknown offender(s) have climbed over a wall and stolen a bike.
31.07.017 – Silver Street
Unknown offender(s) have keyed the passenger side of a vehicle whilst it was parked outside of victims property.
03.08.2017 – Fox Grove
Unknown offender(s) have stolen a sat nav from inside a vehicle whilst it was parked outside of victims property.
03.08.2017 – Fox Grove
Unknown offender(s) hve caused damage to Godmanchester Cricket Club pavilion.
03.08.2017 – East Chadley Lane
Unknown offender(s) have stolen two bicycles from a back yard whilst locked to a metal washing line.
10.08.2017 – Silver Street
Unknown offender(s) have scratched down the passsengers side one way then the other. Vehicle was parked on the street in front of victims property.
As always, if you have information relating to any offence, or are concerned about any suspicious activities, please contact the 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.