CRIMINAL DAMAGE (Station Road, Histon)
27/04/2016 18:30 – 28/04/2016 08:00
Offender/s have broken 4 panes of glass to old station building. Offence occurred between 1830hrs 27/04/2016 and 0800hrs on 28/04/2016, the location is a derelict train station.
Theft from Outbuilding (Chieftain Way, Orchard Park)27/04/2016 20:00 – 28/04/2016 12:00
Unknown offenders have forced entry to communal shed and stolen a bicycle/ Standard Ladies Bicycle Make:SUPREME
Theft (Dry Drayton Road, Oakington)
28/04/2016 15:00 – 29/04/2016 08:30
Unknown person/s have stolen a green and white Gazebo from an outbuilding on a farm.
Theft (St Audreys Close, Histon)
18/04/2016 18:00 – 29/04/2016 11:45
Victim had left some truck batteries beside car in his garden and unknown offender has taken these.
THEFT OF A MOTOR VEHICLE (Thornhill Place, Longstanton)
28/04/2016 21:30 – 29/04/2016 08:30
Unknown offender/s have taken a blue Jaguar X Type from outside the front of the owners property, parked under a street light on the road.
On: Vicarage Road, Waresley
Between: Tuesday 26/04/2016 at 20:00 hours and Wednesday 27/04/2016 at 05:30 hours
Unknown offender/s have stolen front and rear index plates from a Vauxhall vehicle.
30/04/2016 11:40 – 30/04/2016 11:40
Stanley Avenue, Orchard Park.
Victim has left his van outside of a property with the keys were in the ignition while delivering parcels, unknown offenders have then entered the vehicle and driven away. Vehicle has then later been found abandoned in car park close to the offence location.
30/04/2016 13:50 – 30/04/2016 13:50
Foundry Close, Cottenham.
Offenders have stolen a vehicle when the owner got out to make a phone call the driver saw the vehicle being driven away.
01/05/2016 00:25 – 01/05/2016 00:25
Orchard Park, CB4 2XR
Victim left her mobile phone in a taxi, as soon as she realised she called the company and they have checked with the driver who could not find it.
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