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Crime Updates - Priory ward H31C - 18th March till 14th April

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Dear Members,
                    
Please see below a list of crimes that have been reported between Wednesday 18th March and Tuesday 14th April;
 
THEFT FROM MOTOR VEHICLE
 
Between Saturday 21st at 20:00 and Sunday 22nd at 12:20 the front and rear number plate was stolen from a vehicle parked in Queensway.
 
BURGLARY
 
On Friday 27th between 02:40 and 02:50 a shed in Leys Road was broken into. The suspect was disturbed and nothing appears to have been stolen.
 
Between Thursday 26th and Saturday 28th a garage was broken into in Curlew Place. Once inside various tools were stolen including some Drills and an Angle Grinder.
 
On Wednesday 1st April between 02:45 and 03:00 the St.Neots Tennis Club in New Street was broken into. The only thing that appears to have been stolen was a till which had no money in it.
 
THEFT OF PEDAL CYCLE
 
Between Sunday 12th at 23:30 and Monday 13th at 11:00 a Ladies Specialized Purple mountain bike has been stolen from the rear garden in Kings Road.
 
On Wednesday 25th between 16:30 and 21:30 a Turquoise Apollo bike with Red dust caps was stolen from Tebbutts Road.
 
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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