PCSO’s Update

On the 3rd of August between 21:20 and 21:38hrs, a fire took place in Constellation Mobile Home Park, The Drift, Elsworth. Unknown offender has set light to a wooden shed containing logs causing to burn down. CF0340320816 refers.

On the 3rd of August between 21:00 and 21:15hrs a theft from a motor vehicle took place in Hallmark Hotel car park, Huntington Road, Bar Hill. A male was seen to gain entry to a stationary parked vehicle and carry out a search, unknown what was taken. CF0340140816 refers.

On the 4th of August between 09:50 and 14:20hrs, a dwelling burglary took place in Daintrees Road, Fen Drayton. Unknown offender(s) have gained entry to the property by forcing the kitchen window to open, various high valued electrical equipment and cash has been taken. CF0341800816 refers.

On the 4th August between 02:30 and 11:30hrs, a theft took place at The Rowans, Milton. Unknown offender has taken 2x terracotta posts containing olive trees from a front garden of a property. CF0340850816 refers.

During the night hrs of the 3rd and 4th August, a metal container has been broken into from a building site in Boxworth End, Swavesey. Various electrical power tools have been taken. CF0340510816 refers.

During the night hrs of the 3rd and 4th August, a theft from a motor vehicle took pace in Engledow Drive, Orchard Park. Unknown offender has gained entry to a stationary parked vehicle and taken a pair of sunglasses and a sat-nav. CF00340610816refers.
Please make sure your vehicles are locked and secure when left unattended.

The Green, Hilton – Police have appealed for information following an assault on a teenager on The Green at Hilton shortly after midnight on Saturday night, 30th July. The 17 year-old boy was with a group of young people who had been attending the Hilton Feast Festival when a dispute arose and the victim was hit in the face with a glass bottle. He was taken to hospital for surgery to his injuries which required over 100 stitches. Investigations are in hand to clarify the details of the incident.

High Street, Hemingford Abbots – Sometime overnight on Saturday 30th / Sunday 31st July, three fence panels marking the road boundary of a house on High Street were damaged by unknown persons. One panel has been left in pieces with a hole in the fence, whilst the rails of the other two have been broken in two and the panels snapped and cracked.

Dunnock Way, St Ives – Just after 7:00 pm on Friday 29th July, a 13-year old boy who was with a friend in the play area off Dunnock Way, was approached by an adult male who got out of a car. The man walked up to the boy, grabbed him by the throat, pinned him to the ground and threatened him. He released the boy when a nearby witness shouted at him to leave the boy alone. Investigations are in hand to clarify the details of the incident.

High Street, Hemingford Abbots – A black VW Tiguan car was damaged when it was left parked on the road for the night on Saturday 30th / Sunday 31st July. When the owner came to it on the Sunday morning, it was found that the passenger-side wing mirror had been bent back and the casing damaged.

Common Lane, Hemingford Abbots – Sometime overnight on Saturday 30th / Sunday 31st July, an attempt was made to gain entry to a detached house along Common Lane. The unknown offenders removed the lead from around a pane of glass in a leaded ground-floor window, in the process shattering the glass. No other damage appears to have been caused and the property was not entered. Police have conducted house-to-house enquiries for any information that might help in the investigation.

Skylark Place, St Ives – At 6:30 pm on Sunday 31st July, police received a report of young people climbing on fences, slamming gates and throwing stones at the back of gardens on a shared access road off Skylark Place. A police patrol was diverted and a group of children found and spoken to.

Hemingford Grey – On Thursday morning, 4th August, police received several reports regarding four males in their late 20s, believed to be Eastern European, behaving in an antisocial manner around the village, appearing to be drunk and fighting. When police searched the area the males could not be located, but officers have had words with them on previous occasions and liaised with local residents about calling in further incidents as they occur.

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:

https://www.ecops.org.uk/alert_archive

As always, if you have information relating to any offence, or are concerned about any suspicious activities, please contact 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’.

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