On the 23rd June at approx. 00:20hrs, an interference with a vehicle took place in St Catharine Square, Impington. Unknown offender(s) have gained entry into a stationary vehicle by unknown means, nothing believed to have been taken. CF0264750616V refers.
During the night hours of the 17th and the 18th June, a criminal damage to a fence took place at the Dole, Impington. Unknown offender(s) have painted the sentence ‘’REMAIL LOVE IS THE ANSWER’’ on the fence. CF0257370616 refers.
The Green, Houghton – In the early hours of Tuesday 14th June, an unknown person entered a shed in the grounds of the Three Horseshoes public house and removed several bottles of wine. The suspect was challenged by the owners, made an excuse and rode off on a bicycle towards Wyton. He was described as wearing black clothing, including a black scarf over his face. Police searched the area for the cyclist but were unable to find anyone suspicious.
Houghton Hill – Police received a report that at 2:30 pm on Friday 17th June, unknown persons stole personal property from a grey Mercedes Vito car which had been left unlocked for a short time outside a guest house at this location.
Houghton Hill – Police received a report of a road traffic incident involving a cyclist and a car at around 8:30 am on Saturday 18th June. The incident happened at the top of Houghton Hill where the cyclist was challenged by the motorist about not using the cycle track. The motorist drove away, impacting the bicycle and damaging its front wheel and leaving the cyclist very shaken.
Hartford Marina, Banks End, Wyton – Sometime since the beginning of June, unknown offenders broke into a boat moored at the Marina and stole a generator. The offenders accessed the boat by forcing open the cabin door with an implement of some kind.
Common Lane, Hemingford Abbots – Between 4:00 pm on Friday 17th and 11:00 am on Sunday 19th June, unknown offenders entered the garden of a house on Common Lane and stole a robotic lawn mower. The mower was unattended at the time, having been left to cut a section of grass. Nothing else was stolen, and no damage was caused to the property.
Glebe Road, Hemingford Grey – At 11:00 pm on Wednesday 22nd June, police received a report of a car on fire after having crashed into a tree at this location, causing an obstruction on the carriageway. The Fire Brigade attended to deal with the fire, but there were no reports of any driver or passenger. Police arranged for recovery services to remove the burned-out vehicle, and there was also damage to the road surface which needed to be repaired.
You may also like to be aware of incidents reported in St Ives during the same period:
Nuffield Road – At 9:30 pm on Tuesday 14th June, police received a report of two intruders seen on a building site behaving in a suspicious manner. The site was secured by fencing and contained some heavy plant equipment. When police arrived to investigate, all was quiet and no offences appeared to have been committed.
Derwent Close – Just after 10:00 pm on Tuesday 14th June, police were called to an address in Derwent Close after receiving reports of an affray in the street involving a group of up to 10 people, at least one of whom was reported to be armed with a baseball bat. When police arrived they spoke to three males at the scene who stated that there had been an argument, but there was no evidence of any violence happening.
Ramsey Road – In the evening of Wednesday 15th June, police received a report of an incident involving a bus and a child in a buggy, in which the bus had mounted the pavement coming round a corner and had clipped the buggy. The child was checked over in hospital and found not to have been injured.
Meadow Lane Park and Ride Car Park – At 9:30 pm on Thursday 16th June, police received reports of dangerous and noisy driving of cars on the Park and Ride car park. Police attended and observed several vehicles suspiciously parked. Officers spoke to the drivers.
Crown Street – Just before 1:00 pm on Friday 17th June, unknown persons interfered with a men’s bicycle that had been left locked in a bike rack in Crown Street. The offender removed and stole one of the bicycle’s wheels and a brake disc.
The Pavement – At 15:30 pm on Friday 17th June, a lady left her mobile phone on a ledge inside a toilet at a cafe on The Pavement. When she realised her loss and returned for the phone, it was no longer there, having been stolen by unknown persons. The stolen phone is a Samsung Galaxy S6.
Crown Place – Just after midnight in the early hours of on Saturday 18th June, unknown persons stole several personal items from a bag left by its owner on the floor of a night club. The stolen items included sunglasses, a wallet, cash and personal documents.
Crown Street – Sometime between midday and 1:00 pm on Saturday 18th June, unknown persons stole a lady’s handbag and contents which the owner had put down on the floor in a card shop whilst she browsed the goods on display. The handbag was a ‘Michael Kors’ brand and the contents included cash, documents and audio equipment.
Houghton Road – Sometime between 10:15 pm on Monday 20th and 7:00 am on Tuesday 21st June, unknown persons entered the back garden of a property on Houghton Road and stole two ‘Claud Butler’ bicycles which had been left there, one a boy’s mountain bike with a green logo, and the other a lady’s bike with a large basket.
Found Property – A Samsung Galaxy S4 Mini in a blue leather case was found near the Quay in St Ives on Friday 17th June and handed in to police.
If you have any information which may assist with the investigation into these crimes please call 101, reply to this message or call crime stoppers anonymously 0800 555 111.