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PCSO's Update
Written by Rob Gordon   
Friday, 27 November 2015
On Wednesday the 26th November between 09:50 and 10:05 hrs, a dwelling burglary took place in Greenside Close, Swavesey. Suspect has been identified for this offence and there is an on-going investigation in place for this crime. Between the 24th November at 09:00hrs and the 26th November at 11:00hrs, a dwelling burglary took place in Margett Street, Cottenham. Unknown offender(s) have entered the rear garden and have snapped off the conservatory door handle but they were unable to gain entry into the main dwelling. Unknown if anything missing at this stage. CF0484881115 refers. On Wednesday the 26th November, between 11:30 and 12:45hrs, an attempted burglary took place in Waddelow Road, Waterbeach. Wooden front door of the property was damaged and glass panel was broken by unknown offender(s). No entry was gained and nothing believed to have been taken. CF0486581115 refers. On Wednesday the 26th November, between 17:20 and 17:30hrs, a theft from motor vehicle took place in Newingham Crescent, Orchard Park. Unknown offender has used an object to smash the driverís window and removed a bag of coins from the driverís door pocket. CF0485301115 refers. 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.
PCSO's Update
Written by Rob Gordon   
Thursday, 26 November 2015
On the 25th November, a theft of pedal cycle took place at Tesco Stores Ltd, 15 Viking Way, Bar Hill. Gents green specialized hybrid cycle secured to cycle rack using cable lock around frame stolen during night hrs whilst victim was working in superstore. CF0484361115 refers.
Operation Hunter
Written by Rob Gordon   
Thursday, 26 November 2015
We're urging you to check your home security to help prevent a rise in burglaries over the winter months. Dwindling hours of daylight and the Christmas period often combine to result in more break-ins. In the three months from August to October last year, there were 569 dwelling burglaries in the county, compared to 628 during the following three months (November-January), a rise of more than 10 per cent. We are prioritising burglary as part of a new campaign called Operation Hunter and officers are combining prevention work with catching and putting offenders before the courts. As part of the operation, we're also urging everyone to do their bit by taking precautions and making their home unattractive to burglars. Taking security steps at home and remembering to always leave your windows and doors locked is a great start but we would also ask people to keep their eyes and ears open and report any suspicious activity. Information we receive from the public is crucial and people should never hesitate to report something that appears unusual or suspicious. For more burglary prevention advice, see below or visit our web pages and online home survey tool at Anyone with information should contact police on 101 or Crimestoppers, anonymously, on 0800 555 111 or online at
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