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PCSO's Update
Written by Rob Gordon   
Tuesday, 16 June 2015
CF0238340615 Unknown offender(s) stole a pedal cycle (silver Falcon Adventurer) from Longstanton guided busway. CF0239150615 Unknown offender(s) forced entry to front door which disturbed occupier who was asleep. On hearing the noise occupier shouted and the offender fled. This occurred on the 13/06/2015 at approximately 19:30 hours in The Coppice, Impington. If you have any information which may assist with the investigation into this crime please call 101, reply to this message or call crime stoppers anonymously 0800 555 111.
 
PCSO's Update
Written by Rob Gordon   
Monday, 01 June 2015
Between 29/05/2015 and 30/05/2015 there have been a further two shed burglaries in Station Road, Swavesey. CF0214480515 and CF0214630515 refer. On 30/05/2015 unknown offenders forced entry into an industrial unit on Cambridge Road, Milton. CF0214970515 refers.
 
PCSO's Update
Written by Rob Gordon   
Sunday, 31 May 2015
Between 1200 hrs on 27/05/15 and 0400 hrs on 28/05/15 unknown offenders set fire to a portable toilet and straw at a farm in New Road, Impington. CF0210710515. Between 17:00 hrs on 27/05/2015 and 11:30 hrs on 28/05/2015 unknown offenders cut a British Telecom copper cable which has caused a major failure in the telephone system in and around Cambridge Road, Waterbeach. CF0211110515. Between 19:30 hrs and 21:00 hrs on 26/05/15 unknown offenders took an unsecured silver, Rayleigh mountain bike from Swavesey Village College. CF211220515. Between 14:34 hrs and 16:45 hrs on 28/05/15 unknown offenders took the rear number plate from a car which was parked at the Park and Ride at Longstanton. CF0211810515. At 15:25 hrs on 28/05/15 unknown offenders left without paying for fuel from the Shell Garage, Huntingdon Road, Boxworth. CF0211970515. If you have any information which may assist with the investigation into these crimes please call 101, reply to this message or call crime stoppers anonymously 0800 555 111.
 
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