PCSO’s Update

Between the 12th June at 14:30 and the 13th at 07:45hrs, a burglary in a building took place at Hollyoak Veterinary Surgery in Middle White, St Georges Way, Impington. At stated date and times, unknown offender(s) have used an object to force a ground floor window open. Nothing is believed to have been taken. CF0248730616 refers.

Banks End, Wyton – Police received a report of a mobile phone stolen by unknown persons from a table at a restaurant at the Hartford Marina where it had been left by its owner on Monday 6th June at around 9:00 pm in the evening. The phone was an Apple i-phone 5S.

Huntingdon Road, Wyton – Sometime in the afternoon of Tuesday 7th June, a ladies’ bicycle was stolen by unknown persons from outside a public house where it had been left by its owner who was working a shift inside. The bicycle was not locked at the time, and is described as a silver ‘Storm’ model with panniers.

The Green, Houghton – On Monday 6th and again on Friday 10th June, police received reports of dangerous and illegal parking of cars, a problem that happens particularly at school pick-up time in the afternoons. On Monday 13th June, an officer visited the location mid-afternoon and witnessed cars parking too close to a road junction, too close to commercial premises and one car parked on double-yellow lines. A fixed penalty notice was issued and warnings given to all of the drivers concerned.

The Green, Hilton – On Saturday 11th June at 10:15 am, police were called to a road traffic incident involving a car and a bicycle, in which two children riding the bike had both been injured. An ambulance also attended the scene. It is not clear how serious the injuries proved to be, but initial assessments were that they were not likely to prove severe. The road was closed for a time, but was re-opened by 11:30.

A14 – At 11:00 am on Monday 13th June, police were called to a road traffic collision involving a car and a van on the A14. No injuries were reported, the road was not blocked and the owners were able to arrange recovery of their own vehicles.

You may also like to be aware of incidents reported in the St Ives area during the same period:

Somersham Road – At 11:30 am on Wednesday 8th June, police received a report that bales of hay had fallen off the back of a tractor trailer onto the main Somersham road. The tractor driver was able to arrange for a teleporter fork-lift to come out and remove the bales from the road, which was clear by 12:30 pm.

High Leys – At 8:45 in the morning of Thursday 9th June, police received a report that a car had been parked on yellow lines outside St Ivo school for three days and that it was causing a hazard to school buses and coaches. Police traced the owner, arranged for the car to be moved and gave a warning about illegal parking.

Meadow Lane – At 10:00 pm on Thursday 9th June, police received reports of noisy and dangerous driving of cars on the Guided Bus Park and Ride Car Park. A police patrol was dispatched and on arrival found several modified cars stationary on the car park, which slowly dispersed as police waited and observed.

Meadow Lane – Late in the evening of Friday 10th June, police were again called to the Park and Ride car park following a report of youths on quad bikes riding around noisily and dangerously. Police attended and dispersed the small group of riders that they found there.

East Street – At 12:40 pm in the early afternoon of Saturday 11th June, police were called to a road traffic incident here in which a motorcycle had been hit by a car. The motorcyclist had received serious leg injuries and the driver of the car had disappeared from the scene. East Street was closed and traffic diverted whilst police dealt with the incident.

Nene Way – In the afternoon of Saturday 11th June, police received a report of the theft of a ladies’ bicycle by unknown persons from the porch of a house where it had been left secured with a lock. Unusually, it appears that another bicycle was left in the place of the stolen one.

Orwell Close – Sometime between 7:00 pm on Friday 10th and 9:30 am on Sunday 12th June, unknown persons stole two ‘Claude Butler’ bicycles which had been left outside their owner’s home. At least one of the bikes had been secured with a lock and cable.

… and finally …

There are two items of lost property to mention – many thanks to the two members of the public who handed these items in to the police:

Warners Park – A set of house and car keys were found here on Thursday 9th June and brought in to the police.

The Thicket Path – A wallet was found here on Saturday 11th June and brought in to police, who have now reunited it with its owner.

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

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