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Crime updates - Priory ward H31C - 22nd January till 11th February

Alert message sent 12/02/2020 16:13:00

Information sent on behalf of Cambridgeshire Constabulary


Dear Members,
                    

Please see below a list of crimes that have been reported between Wednesday 22nd January and Tuesday 11th February;
 
 
GARAGE BURGLARY
 
Between Friday 7th at 12:00 and Wednesday 12th at 09:30 a garage was broken into in Dewpond Close. Various tools were stolen from inside.
 
Between Saturday 25th January at 15:00 and Friday 31st at 09:00 a garage in Childs Pond Road was broken into. A plastic car cover and some wheels were stolen.
 
THEFT OF PEDAL CYCLE
 
On Monday 27th January between 20:00 and 22:00 a bike was stolen from the cycle rack at the Cineworld complex. The bike was a Bright Orange mountain bike.
 
On Saturday 1st February between 19:50 and 20:10 a bike was stolen from Priory Lane. The bike was a Black BOARDMAN COMP bike with White and Yellow writing.
 
CRIMINAL DAMAGE
 
Between Friday at 20:00 and Monday 3rd February at 13:00 a vehicle was damaged in Greenfields. Scratches had been made to both the N/S and O/S of the vehicle.
 
 
Should you have any information with regards to the incidents above please call 101, extension 8624. To provide information about crime anonymously to the police, please call Crimestoppers, an independent charity, on 0800 555 111.
 
Kind Regards,
Sharon
 
PCSO 7308 Sharon Marsh
Safer Neighbourhood Team
Mobile: 07921 094815
Call: 101 ex: 8624
 
 
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Sharon Marsh (Police, PCSO, Huntingdonshire - St Neots)

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