PCSO’s Update

On: Barford Road, Eynesbury
Between: Friday 27/05/2016 at 07:30 hours and Monday 30/05/2016 at 13:00 hours.
Unknown offender(s) have cut the cable lock from a gents Carrera Subway bike and stolen it.
High Street, Hilton – Sometime between 7:00 pm on Saturday 21st and 8:00 am on Friday 27th May, unknown persons attempted to break into a shed in the garden of a detached bungalow here by forcing the top corner of the wooden door. The door remained in place, however, and no entry was made into the shed.

A1123 Houghton Hill – Just after 10:00 am on Thursday 26th May, police were called to a road traffic incident on Houghton Hill in which a single car had hit a bollard, left the road and come to rest embedded in bushes, in the process demolishing two lamp posts. An ambulance took the driver to hospital with minor injuries and recover services removed the damaged vehicle.

Banks End, Wyton – Just before 10:00 pm on Friday 27th May, police received a call of a driver believed to be under the influence of alcohol heading towards Ramsey. A police patrol intercepted the car being driven very erratically and followed it through Ramsey Forty Foot, finally stopping it at the Benwick turn-off. One person was arrested at the scene on suspicion of being unfit to drive.

Date/Time:29/05/2016 14:22:27 High Street Huntington
INFORMANT STATES HE HAD BEEN TO A BANK ON THE HIGH STREET  AND THOUGHT HE SAW A GREEN LIP ON THE CASH MACHINE. INFORMANT WAS CONCERNED INCASE IT WAS A CLONING DEVICE. AN OFFICER CHECKED THE CASH MACHINE AND ALL WAS IN ORDER.
PLEASE ALWAYS BE AWARE OF WHO IS AROUND YOU WHEN USING THE CASH MACHINE

Date/Time:28/05/2016 13:55:31 Great Northern Street, Huntingdon
VEHICLES PARKING ON DOUBLE YELLOW LINES.
It is an offence to park on double yellow lines and could result in the driver being issued with a
£30 fine (FPN)

4 Criminal Damage to a vehicle
Occurred:24/05/2016 14:30 – 24/05/2016 20:00 on George Street, Huntingdon
A RED FORD FOCUS was parked in the communal area. When the victim went back to the car the nearside rear window had been broken. A group of students were seen cycling from away the area.
Occurred:26/05/2016 22:30 on Ermine Street, Huntingdon
Unknown offender/s has broken the right side wing mirror off a SEAT IBIZA by unknown means. The vehicle was parked in a communal area.
Occurred:29/05/2016 12:30 – 29/05/2016 13:15 on St Germain Walk, Huntingdon
Unknown offender/s have scratched both nearside doors to a WHITE VOLVO parked close to the  multi storey car park. The scratches were possibly done with a key.
Occurred:22/05/2016 16:00 – 26/05/2016 17:00 on Great Northern Street, Huntingdon
A White VW Converted camper van has been scratched on both rear doors while being parked in the public car park.

1 Interference with a motor vehicle
Occurred:29/05/2016 22:00 – 30/05/2016 12:00 on Halley Close, Huntingdon
unknown person/s have gained access into an unlocked silver Ford Galaxy and a Silver Toyota Yaris. No damage caused. There has been a messy search in both vehicles. Nothing stolen.

1 Theft from person
Occurred:28/05/2016 10:45 – 28/05/2016 11:30 at St Germain Walk, Huntingdon
Victims purse was stolen from her bag while shopping in the Town.

Between 29/05/2016 21:00 – 30/05/2016 09:30
Suspects have damaged a Black Audi A6 whilst parked in the car park of the Holiday Inn hotel Impington.

Between 29/05/2016 14:00 – 29/05/2016 21:30
Suspects have stolen a black and green Apollo Mountain bike from Impington Village College.

Between 30/05/2016 17:30 – 31/05/2016 08:30
Suspects have stolen the wheels from a vehicle parked in Stonefield Bar Hill.

Between 29/05/2016 16:00 – 29/05/2016 21:00
Suspects have damaged some fencing at Impington recreation ground.

Between 27/05/2016 09:00 – 28/05/2016 18:00
Suspects have stolen a Gents bicycle from Swavesey Guided Busway.

If you have any information regarding the above crimes, please call 101

If you wish to report a crime you can call Cambridgeshire Constabulary on 101. Alternatively if you wish to remain anonymous you can call
Crime stoppers on 0800 555111. Always call 999 in an emergency

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