05/09/2017 21:00 – 04/09/2017 11:00 Dry Drayton Road, Oakington And Westwick
Criminal Damage caused to boundary of the above location
04/09/2017 20:00 – 05/09/2017 09:00 Mitchcroft Road, Longstanton
Theft from Motor vehicle, van broken into wallet taken.
04/09/2017 16:00 – 05/09/2017 10:15 Sheepwash Way, Longstanton
Criminal Damage to a Vehicle, wing mirror smashed.
25.08.2017 – Cambridge Road
Overnight 10 to 15 sheds were broken into on the allotments by unknown offender(s).
It is unknown exactly what was taken at this time.
31.08.2017 – St Anns Lane
Unknown offender(s) have broken into a secure vehicle and taken various tools from within.
02.09.2017 – Offord Road
Unknown offender(s) have broken into a shed at the rear of the property. Tools were stolen from within.
05.09.2017 – Post Street
A car was parked overnight locked and secured. Unknown offender(s) have snapped off the front and rear windscreen wipers.
25.08.2017 – Lodge Close
Unknown person(s) have stolen a cycle which was left insecure in a front porch of a private property.
01.09.2017 – Parkway
Unknown offender(s) have entered victims car and garage during the hours of darkness. Several gift cards were stolen from the front seat of the car.
02.09.2017 – Walnut Tree Drive
Unknown offender(s) have smashed the outer pane of a downstairs window to the victims property.
02.09.2017 – High Street
Victim was walking down the High Street when 3 males approached. They assualted the victim and stole a mobile phone, wallet and car keys.
St Ives Road, Hemingford Grey – A satellite dish was stolen from the roof of a caravan that had been left parked behind locked gates outside its owner’s house on St Ives Road, Hemingford Grey, at some time between Tuesday 22nd and Tuesday 29th August. No other items appear to have been stolen, but it seems that the dish was wrenched from its mounting, leaving cables hanging loose. (Ref CF0495690817)
Houghton Mill, Houghton – Police received a report of young people diving and jumping into the river at a dangerous location at Houghton Mill, on Tuesday afternoon, 29th August. However, when officers arrived a bit later, all was quiet. (Ref CC-29082017-0339)
Layby on A14 Eastbound – A lorry parked up for the night in a lay-by near the Hemingford Grey turn-off on the eastbound A14 was broken into at some time overnight on Wednesday 30th / Thursday 31st August. Thieves slashed the curtain of the trailer and stole a consignment of about 105 new car tyres. The lorry driver discovered the theft when he awoke on the Thursday morning, but there was no sign of the thieves who are assumed to have carried out the theft and then left under cover of darkness. (Ref CF0498650817)
A14 Westbound Galley Hill – Police were called to a collision involving two cars on the westbound A14 at Galley Hill at 4:20 pm on Friday 1st September. The driver of one car was shaken but otherwise unhurt, although her vehicle was not safe to be driven and needed to be towed away. The second vehicle was no longer present, although the two drivers had exchanged details. (Ref CC-01092017-0383)
High Street, Hemingford Grey – Police received a report of a car crashed into a lamp-post on Hemingford Grey High Street in the early hours of Sunday 3rd September. The report mentions that the village sign was also slightly damaged. The car’s air-bags had inflated but no-one was inside when police arrived, and recovery services were called to tow it away whilst officers traced the registered owner. (Ref CC-03092017-0097)
Banks End, Wyton – Two men in their early 20s robbed a till of nearly £180 after confusing a cashier by repeatedly asking for change for a £50 note, at a shop at Banks End, Wyton, on Sunday afternoon, 3rd September. After taking the money, the two suspects ran out of the store and disappeared. Investigations are on-going. (Ref CF0505430917)
Banks End, Wyton – A group of teenagers camping overnight in a field at Banks End, Wyton, on Sunday 3rd / Monday 4th September, are believed to have caused damage estimated at over £1000 to scaffolding, machinery and hedges on the site. Police enquiries are continuing. (Ref CF0508110917)
And Finally…..Bike Theft Survey:
If you have been the victim of a bicycle theft in the last 12 months, don’t forget to complete our on-line questionnaire. We want to analyse the details and circumstances of bike thefts in slightly more depth than the crime reports allow and our short on-line survey is now live – please click on the following link to be taken to the ‘Surveymonkey’ website:
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:
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.