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Wednesday, January 25, 2017


Cambs Cops have released their latest list of recorded crimes for the last 10 days. 
The list concentrates on thefts from vehicles and burglaries as the City is experiencing an increase in both of these crime categories. 

Residents who would like security advice
can email Helen O'Driscoll Crime Reduction Officer or call via 101 . It would also be a help to police teams

 if you could let Helen know if you have a working CCTV system at your address. As they will endeavour to keep a list of these for future reference.
 Helen O'Driscoll
  Crime Reduction Officer
Thefts from vehicles
* Tower St, Woodston/​​Brewster Ave, Woodston/​The Squires,
Woodston/​Orton Ave, Woodston/​New Road, Woodston/​​Oundle Rd, Woodston
      * Tilman Dr, Hempstead/Eagle Way, Hampton
      * Riverside Mead, Stanground/St George Avenue, Stanground x 2
      * St Margaret's Rd, Fletton/​Fletton Fields, Fletton
      * ​Gretton Close, Sugar Way (latest crime reported this morning)
* Peterborough Rd, Caster/Loves Hill, Caster x 2
 * Nightingale Ct, Gunthorpe
* ​Mead Cl, Walton
* Heath Rd, Helpston/Stamford Rd, Barnack/Station Road, Ailsworth x 2
 * Kirkmeadow, Bretton
 * ​Morris St, Eastgate
* Whittingdon, Parnwell/Martinsbridge, Parnwell
* Welland Rd, Dogsthorpe
 This​ (series has continued in the Bretton/Ravensthorpe areas) Please see point 7 below. Two males have been arrested and investigations are ongoing to identify further members of this group. The males arrested are from the
Bretton and Ravensthorpe areas. Anyone with information regarding these males
or any stolen property should contact us as soon as possible.
1. Odecroft, Ravensthorpe (two crimes). At one address a Compaq laptop
and a Panasonic TV was stolen.
2. Pyhill, Bretton (three crimes). In all three cases ground floor
windows have been smashed. Numerous items stolen including a rose gold Guess watch; rose gold Michael Kors ring; Nokia camera; Apple Ipad; Panasonic
camera; Acer laptop; Olympus camera; mobile phones and other gold jewellery items. Two youths were seen by a neighbour at around 5pm on 21st.   
3. Middleton, Bretton 4 males seen (two wearing Parka type coats). An
Apple Macbook, Samsung TV, Xbox and Ipad mini was stolen.
4. Willonholt, Ravensthorpe window smashed and LG plasma TV along with
alcohol stolen.
5. Mountbatten Way, Ravensthorpe attempt to force a rear door was
6. Swanspool, Ravensthorpe Ipad mini and gold jewellery stolen
7. Muswell Rd, West Town offenders entered via insecure door and stole an
 HP Laptop and LG mobile phone.   
8. Atherstone Ave, Netherton Door forced and jewellery; Hugo boss watch;
Makita and Dewalt power tools and a Canon camera were stolen.
9. Norburn, Bretton (latest crime on 23rd) group of youths seen at around
4pm with items from a home in the street. Officers were quickly on the scene
and arrested two males who were found with stolen items.
10. Eathwaite Gr, Walton offender forced window and stole an antique pocket
11. Belsize Ave, Woodston offender entered via an open window and an Xbox
12. Windsor Dr, Stanground resident reported a male trying the door in
the early hours
13. Hetley, Orton Goldhay entry via smashed rear window and a Samsung
laptop and jewellery stolen. This happened on 23rd between 1030-1430.
14. Glenton St, Eastgate offender entered via an open window and stole a
Lenovo laptop and a games console
15. Almond Rd, Dogsthorpe offender entered via an insecure door whilst resident was in the kitchen. Male described in his 20s and of smart appearance. Investigation ongoing.
16. Dogsthorpe Rd, Dogsthorpe attempt to force a window but no entry gained. E&OE Tel:+44 (0) 1733 345581 > PETERBOROUGH TRIB NEWSREEL .
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ampoon (lampoon) Pronunciation: /lamˈpuːn/ verb [with object] publicly criticize (someone or something) by using ridicule, irony, or sarcasm: the actor was lampooned by the press noun a speech or text lampooning someone or something: the magazine fired at God, Royalty, and politicians, using cartoons and lampoons.

Derivatives: lampooner noun lampoonery noun lampoonist noun Origin: mid 17th century: from French lampon, said to be from lampons 'let us drink' (used as a refrain), from lamper 'gulp down', nasalized form of laper 'to lap (liquid).


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