Cambridgeshire Constabulary have issued reports of 9 crimes since the last eCops update.
4 x Theft if not classified elsewhere – occurred overnight between11.00am on 23/08 and 5.30am on 24/08 (Country fair) Unknown offenders have stolen a large amount of high value outdoor clothing (mainly camouflage jackets) and a 7ft by 3ft metal galvanised trailer, no witnesses or CCTV available and from investigations conducted. Forensics have been unable to identify any suspects. Crime has been filed pending further information coming forward.
1 x Theft of motor vehicle – occurred between 10.30pm on 25/08 and 6.00am on 26/08 on Station Road, Great Wilbraham. Unknown offender/s have stolen a black BMW hatchback AA08 UVS from the driveway. Vehicle has been found 2 days later in the London area and further enquiries are on-going at this point.
1 x Burglary other – Between 6.00pm on 25/08 and 8.00am on 26/08 at The Wheatsheaf PH on Stow Road, Stow-cum-Quy. An unknown suspect has broken a side window to the pub with unknown implement and forced window open to enter premises. Suspect has then taken cash tin from behind the bar and left via entry point making off in unknown direction by an unknown means.
1 x Theft if not classified elsewhere – occurred between 5.20 and 7.30am on 27/08 at Marshall’s service centre, Newmarket Road. An unknown offender has stolen the aggrieveds shoulder/sports style bag from a yard at the back of Marshall’s car sales and garage. Crime has been filed and aggrieved updated with outcome of investigation.
1 x Burglary other than in a dwelling - occurred between 10.00pm on 30/08 and 00.30am on 31/08 at The Missing Sock, Newmarket Road, Stow-cum-Quy. Known offender has entered manager’s office and stolen a quantity of cash from the safe, investigations on-going.
1 x Other criminal damage – occurred between 27/08 and 31/08 on the Recreation ground in Fen Ditton. Unknown suspects have sprayed graffiti on the local play equipment causing criminal damage. Enquiries on-going
Remember if you see anything suspicious or have been a victim of crime please report this to the Police on either 101 (non-emergency) or 999 in an emergency. If you wish to remain anonymous please call Crime Stoppers on 0800 555 111.
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