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PCSO's Update
Written by Rob Gordon   
Thursday, 23 July 2015
Between the 20/07/2015 and the 21/07/2015 unknown offenders have forced entry to an allotment shed in Landbeach. Between the 19/07/2015 and the 20/07/2015 unknown offenders have stolen an aluminium tower from Cambridge Research Park. On the 21/07/2015 unknown offenders have stolen a pedal cycle from Longstanton Guided Busway. Between the 19/07/2015 and the 21/07/2015 unknown offenders have stolen a large amount of lead from the roof of the village church in Swavesey. Between the 21/07/2015 and the 22/07/2015 unknown offenders have stolen two pedal cycles in Merrington Place, Impington. Between the 20/07/2015 and the 21/07/2015 unknown offenders have gained entry to a building site on Long Drove, Cottenham and have stolen items from within. On the 22nd of July between 11:30 and 14:30hrs, a theft of pedal cycle took place at Swavesey Guded Bus-way. The bike was left locked at the cycle rack, unknown offender has cut the lock and taken the bike. CF0295180715 refers.
 
Police Contact Point
Written by Rob Gordon   
Thursday, 23 July 2015
The Police Contact Point will be operating in the foyer of Morrison's supermarket in Cambourne on Friday 24th JULY 2015 Between 6pm and 8pm. A local officer will be available to discuss any concerns you have in the neighbourhood where you live, and supply updates about operation Oakland which is designed to keep people safe. There will be an opportunity to see and purchase the battery alarms and Smartwater kits, as well as finding out how to register your personal property by means of the Immobilse web site. We look forward to seeing you on the evening, should you not be able to attend please make use of the contact cards and Police post box provided and an officer will make contact with you within two days.
 
PCSO's Update
Written by Rob Gordon   
Tuesday, 21 July 2015
On the 19th July, between 21:10 and 21:20, a dwelling burglary took place in Water Lane, Oakington. During specified times unknown suspects have gained entry to the property via a ground floor wooden framed window. Force has been used to damage the frame and gain access by open the latch lock to climb through. Once inside multiple floors have been accessed and contents have been removed from a bed side table to search for items. Nothing appears to have been stolen and exit is believed to be by opening the front door from the inside and walking out to the main road. CF0290360715 refers. Between the 17th and 19th July a criminal damage to a business building took place in Chivers Way, Histon. Unknown offenders have smashed 7 windows at the company. The last staff member left the location at 1900 hours on Friday 17th July 2015. The same member of staff has returned at 17:35 on Sunday 19/07/2015 to find 7 ground floor windows had been smashed. These windows all look into the carpark of the premises. Access is gained via the chivers way industrial estate. It appear that stones have been used to cause the damage. CF0290090715 BURGLARY IN A DWELLING CF0290930715 19/07/2015 12:30 - 20/07/2015 11:00 Burgoynes Road, Impington Unknown suspect((s) have entered the premises via the rear patio door which is a sliding construction and prized the frame to force the lock. Upstairs has been ransacked no electrical items taken. CRIMINAL DAMAGE TO A DWELLING CF0291100715 19/07/2015 12:00 - 20/07/2015 10:00 Denson Close, Waterbeach The centre panel of a conservatory has been damaged and the outside glazing has been broken in the bottom right hand corner. CRIMINAL DAMAGE TO A VEHICLE CF0292040715 20/07/2015 16:00 - 21/07/2015 07:30 Woody Green, Girton Windscreen on purple VW caddy van index LD03AXJ damaged whilst parked near aggrieved house. 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.
 
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