All in Eynesbury:
29/08/2016 16:45 – 30/08/2016 11:30. St Marys Street
Unknown offender/s have gained entry to a public house via window and stolen items from within.
31/08/2016 16:00 – 31/08/2016 16:00. Caernarvon Road
A person was bitten by a dog.
01/09/2016 15:00 – 02/09/2016 17:30 Sandfields Road
A pedal cycle was stolen from a rear garden.
04/09/2016 10:00 – 04/09/2016 10:30 Potton Road
A brick was thrown at the front windscreen and a rear passenger window of a silver Volvo.
07/09/2016 21:00 – 08/09/2016 18:00 Duck Lane
A Ford flat bed van was stolen from the driveway of a residential property.
10/09/2016 19:00 – 11/09/2016 08:45 Lindisfarne Close
Four tyres were slashed to a Peugeot van.
11/09/16 23:45 – 12/09/16 Cooks Drive and Pepys Road
A wheelie bin was set alight in both locations.
Weir Road, Hemingford Grey – A burglary at a detached house in Weir Road is the latest in a series of recent similar crimes in Hemingford Grey. The break-in occurred sometime between midday on Saturday 3rd and the afternoon of Thursday 8th September, and the offenders gained entry by forcing open a ground floor window at the back of the house. Police have carried out local enquiries and investigations are continuing, including looking into reports of leaflet-droppers seen in the vicinity on 5th September.
Chapel Close, Hilton – Sometime between about 6:00 pm on Monday 5th and 1:15 pm on Thursday 8th September, unknown persons broke into and burgled a detached house on Chapel Close. The offenders seem to have approached the house by climbing over a fence at the back and have then used an implement to force open a ground-floor window. Once inside they searched through downstairs and upstairs rooms and left having stolen items of personal property. Police have made local enquiries and investigations are continuing.
Banks End, Wyton – Police were called to Banks End, Wyton at 11:00 am on Tuesday 6th September following a report of an injured man lying on the verge with a deep wound on his forearm. An ambulance was called and the man’s injury was treated at the roadside before he was taken to hospital.
A14 – Police were called to a road traffic incident on the westbound carriageway of the A14 involving two cars at 5:00 pm on Thursday 8th September. Initial reports suggested occupants were trapped, and ambulance and fire services were called. On arrival, police found the incident was not as bad as had been feared: although there were some injuries reported, they were not severe. Recovery services removed the damaged vehicles and everything was cleared up by 8:00 pm.
A14 – Police attended another collision on the A14 at 12:40 pm on Saturday 10th September. This time the incident was on the slip road and involved two cars, one of which was badly damaged and undrivable. Traffic on the main A14 was disrupted for a time until the incident was cleared up, which took until about 1:30 pm.
Banks End Wyton – In the early afternoon of Sunday 11th September, a female suspect, believed to be Asian, in her 30s, wearing a white dress and accompanied by a young child, loaded a shopping trolley with a variety of items and then wheeled it past the checkout, leaving without paying for anything. This incident occurred at a retail outlet at Banks End, Wyton.
Missing Persons Enquiries – Police have responded to four seperate reports of missing persons this week, all of them relating to teenage boys out late after dark. Fortunately all incidents ended well: in three of the cases the boys returned home themselves, and in the fourth case the boy was found in the early hours of the morning at a local bus station.
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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’.