Information from Cambridgeshire Constabulary
|7 day Burglary Update|
Burglaries for the past seven days. Police are continuing to see high levels of vehicle crimes - mainly thefts from vehicles and urge residents to make sure their vehicles are secured at night, and that nothing of value is left on display.
If you park on your driveway, then please consider purchasing a driveway alarm (available online for approx. £20) which does not require any DIY skills and is a really effective security item.
CF0744451217 – Monday 25/12/17 – 20.51hrs –Southfields Drive Stanground
Thankfully the alarm activated at this property and offender(s) left empty handed.
CF0744461217 – Monday 25/12/17 – 11.00-19.50hrs – Mountbatten Way Ravensthorpe
An LG 49 inch television and small electrical items were taken from the property and investigations are ongoing.
CF0746181217 – 22/12-27/12 –St Marys Court, Eastgate
Forced entry into this address and a phone, loose change and small electrical items taken.
CF0747931217 – 28/12 – 13.38-14.08hrs – Grove Court Woodston
This was a distraction burglary where a male and female approached the resident whilst she was putting her bins out and asked to use her toilet. They entered the address and a purse was later found to have been taken.
Male described as in his late 20s/early 30s with tanned skin and dark hair wearing a black denim style jacket and jeans. Female described as having long dark hair with a red/ginger streak on one side and approx. 5ft4 with a number of teeth missing.
CF0746991217 – 9/12-28/12 –Lutton Grove Westwood
Entry was gained to this property by smashing a rear window and multiple items were stolen including a JVC television, alcohol, NIKE trainers, tools and a number of kitchen items.
CF0751211217 – 29/12-30/12 – Grange Road West Town
Offender(s) have forced their way into this home and made a full search of the property. We are awaiting a full list of items stolen.
CF0752901217 – 31/12 – 13.45hrs-16.50hrs – Copeland Bretton
Entry by smashing rear window and a 42 inch Samsung television stolen along with small electrical items and medication. Forensic evidence is being investigated. A neighbour did see a male wearing a grey woolly hat and carrying a television towards Manton.
Anyone with information should call Police on 101 quoting the relevant crime number or visit www.contactcambspolice.uk/Report/
Alternatively, contact Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555111 or via www.crimestoppers-uk.org
|Helen O'Driscoll Community Safety Officer, Peterborough - Southern)|
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