PCSO’s Update

30/08/2017 20:00 – 31/08/2017 01:00 Central Avenue, Orchard Park Theft of a Motor Vehicle

 

30/08/2017 19:00 – 31/08/2017 07:00 Battlegate Road, Boxworth Burglary Business

 

01/09/2017 00:40 – 01/09/2017 00:50 Rooks Street, Cottenham Burglary

 

01/09/2017 04:30 – 01/09/2017 05:10 New Road, Impington Burglary

 

31/08/2017 17:30 – 01/09/2017 07:30 Huntingdon Road, Boxworth Theft from a motor vehicle, tools taken

 

01/09/2017 04:45 – 01/09/2017 04:45 Chieftain Way, Orchard Park

Theft from a motor vehicle

Between 11:58 hrs and 12:04 hrs on 01/09/2017. Tesco Stores, Bar Hill.
Male driver in a blue Peugeot has filled this vehicle with fuel and driven off without paying.
CF0501340917.

Between 15:20 hrs and 15:40 hrs on 01/09/2017. Tesco Stores, Bar Hill.
A known person has hidden items in bags and concealed them under the trolley and walked past the till checkouts. Offender was then stopped. CF0501790917.

At 15:34 hrs on 31/08/2017. Quicksilver, Huntingdon Road, Boxworth.
Unknown male has been playing on a fruit machine and punched it causing the screen to shatter. CF0501720917.

Between 17:00 hrs and 17:15 hrs on 01/09/2017. High Street, Swavesey.
Unknown offender has taken a White Ford Transit van HY56OGW which had the keys left inside the vehicle and driven off in the direction of Willingham and Over. CF0501820917.

Between 00:00 hrs and 06:00 hrs on 02/09/2017. Thornton Road, Girton.
Unknown offender has smashed the rear window and taken bags which were left on display. CF0502560917.At 03:48 hrs on 02/09/2017.

Central Avenue, Orchard Park. Male driver in a silver Renault Megan has driven towards a person which has caused the person to fear that they will be stuck (?Ed; “struck”?)by the car. CF0503370917.

Between 19:00 hrs on 02/09/2017 and 10:00 hrs on 03/09/2017. Acorn Avenue, Bar Hill.
Unknown person has taken the number plates from a car which was parked outside of a house. CF0504860917.

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