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Tuesday, October 13, 2015


Message from
Helen O'Driscoll (Police, Community Safety Officer, Peterborough - Southern)

We had a large number of thefts from vehicles and sheds/garages.  Bikes appear to be the main target from garages and a variety of items are being stolen from vehicles.   Don't make it easy for criminals.


Oundle Road:  radiators and copper piping stolen

Kelburn Rd, Orton Northgate:  11th Oct early morning.  Jewellery and electronics stolen.

Copper Beach Way, Stanground: Gate forced open and entry via insecure rear door.  Jewellery stolen.

Theft from vehicles

  • Caryer Close, Orton Longueville:  tools stolen
  • Dry Leys, Orton Longueville: coins stolen
  • Trienna, Orton Longueville: sunglasses stolen
  • Robert Rayner Close: laptop stolen
  • Deer Valley Rd, Sugar Way: vehicle searched
  • Iris Drive, Sugar Way: purse stolen
  • Fleming Ct, Sugar Way: purse stolen
  • Peake Close, Woodston: wallet stolen
  • London Road: golf equipment stolen from van
  • Farlakes Dr, Hempstead:  wallet stolen
  • Carradale, Orton Brimbles: tablets and cash stolen
  • Hinchcliffe, Orton Goldhay: number plates stolen
  • Westbrook Park Road, Woodston:  laptop stolen
  • Houghton Ave, Park Farm:  keys stolen
  • Ridge Way, Stanground:  purse stolen
  • Burystead, Stanground:  vehicle searched
  • Wootton Ave, Fletton:  coins stolen
  • Sherwood Ave, Fletton: vehicle searched
  • Fraserburgh Way, Orton Southgate - 2 vehicles broken into and sat navs stolen along with cash and a wallet

Shed/Garage burglaries
- Houghton Ave, Park Farm: lock forced and search made

- Appleyard, Stanground: Regent mountain bike and copper piping stolen

- Bew Close, Stanground: Claud Butler child bike stolen from garage

- Barham CLose, Stanground: Merida black gents cycle stolen

- Havelock Drive, Stanground: Carrera gents cycle stolen from shed

- High St, Fletton: Silver/blue gents mountain cycle stolen from garage

- Sherwood Ave, Fletton:  cleaning products stolen from outbuilding

- Stagshaw Dr, Fletton: tools stolen from shed

- Fletton Ave : Giant Hybrid gents cycle stolen from shed

- Queens Walk, Fletton: attempt to steal tools from shed

- Tower St, Woodston:  attempt to force open shed

- Burwell Reach:  attempt to force garage door thwarted by a neighbour who chased offenders

- The Village, Orton Longueville:  Trek Hybrid cycle stolen from garage

- Buckthorn Road, Hampton Hargate: Boardman gents cycle and Saracen cycle stolen from garage

- Ashville Rd, Hampton Hargate: Specialised Gents cycle & Falcon gents cycle stolen from garage

 Anyone with information regarding any of these crimes should call 101 immediately.

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