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Crime Updates - Wednesday 22nd April till Tuesday 5th May - Priory Ward H31C

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Dear Members,
                    
Please see below a list of crimes that have been reported between Wednesday 22nd and Tuesday 5th May;
 
THEFT FROM PERSON
 
On Saturday 28th April between 18:10 and 18:25 a phone is believed to have been stolen whilst the victim was shopping in Lild. The phone was an Apple IPhone in a red case. Enquires are on-going and CCTV is being checked.
 
BURGLARY
 
Between Monday 27th at 13:00 and Tuesday 28th at 05:20 an enclosed communal area in Fishers yard was entered and some dumbbells and a push bike were stolen. It is believed that the offenders may have been disturbed and left some property behind.
 
THEFT OF PEDAL CYCLE
 
Between Thursday 30th in the evening and Friday 1st at 07:20 a Blue Apollo bike has been stolen from River Terrace.
Also in River Terrace between Saturday 2nd at 20:00 and Sunday 3rd at 07:00 a Green 24” Folding Bike was also stolen.
 
ATTEMPT THEFT
 
On Sunday 3rd May between 11:40 and 11:50 a male was disturbed trying to steal a bike in Smokey Mews, High Street.
 
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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