PCSO’s Update

Date Occurred: 26/01/2018 06:30 – 26/01/2018 06:45 Location: High Street, Cottenham Description: Whilst the victim was driving down the High Street in Cottenham, an unknown male threw a stone at the victim’s vehicle causing some damage to  the bodywork.

Date Occurred: 14/01/2018 10:30 – 14/01/2018 11:30 Location: Swavesey Road, Fen Drayton Description: An unknown offender has keyed a blue Renault Scenic, causing damage to the passenger door.  Date Occurred: 26/01/2018 08:00 – 26/01/2018 16:00

Location: Foxhollow, Bar Hill Description: An unknown offender has stolen both the front and rear index plates from a yellow Volkswagen Golf saloon.

Date Occurred: 26/01/2018 10:00 – 26/01/2018 17:00 Location: Swavesey Guided Busway, Station Road, Swavesey Description: An unknown offender has stolen an insecure Claude Butler Urban from the Swavesey Guided Busway, Station Road, Swavesey.

Date Occurred: 26/01/2018 06:45 – 26/01/2018 18:45 Location: Station Road, Waterbeach Description: An unknown offender has entered the victim’s vehicle (make and model not given at this time) through the rear passengers window. A search was conducted but no items were taken.

In Huntingdon West:

20.01.2018  –  Werheim Way Unknown offender(s) have smashed the nearside front windscreen of vehicle.  Once inside money and a dash cam was stolen.

24.01.2018  –  Rowan Close Unknown offender(s) have overnight damaged both wing mirrors of victims car whilst parked outside property.

In Godmanchester:

06.01.2018  –  Stokes Drive During the hours of darkness a vehicle was keyed by unknown offender(s) whilst parked on the road outside the victims home.

22.01.2018  –  Bearscroft Lane Unknown offender(s) have damaged the back door handle of a vehicle to gain access.  Once inside a full set of Dewalt tools in a box and a bag of clothes were stolen from inside.

22.01.2018  –  Ermine Street Unknown offender(s) have broken into a vehicle and stolen various tools.

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