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In the early hours of this morning (just before 1am) the Tesco store in Ramsey was broken into. The thieves smashed a window to get in, they then attacked the self service tills, escaping with a small amount of cash. If anyone has any information that may help us with our enquiries please contact by dialling 101 or via our website. Alternatively information can be passed via Crimestoppers. PS Andy Street
Posted: June 23, 2017, 4:00 pm
Dear subscriber, We are currently receiving exceptionally high numbers of calls to both 999 and 101. Staff in our contact centres are working incredibly hard to reach the people in most need as soon as possible. Please only dial 999 in a genuine emergency. If the situation you are calling about is not an emergency, please consider reporting information online rather than dialling 101. Non-emergency incidents where the suspects are not at the scene, such as theft, criminal damage and burglary can be reported via - https://www.contactcambspolice.uk/Report/Crime/ Anti-social or careless driving can also be reported on our website - https://www.contactcambspolice.uk/Report/AcDriving.aspx  Thank you for your co-operation at this busy time. Superintendent Martin Brunning Head of Public Contact
Posted: June 20, 2017, 1:56 pm
7 Day Burglary Update -  A good week for positive outcomes with 5. CF0327280617 Riseholme, Orton Goldhay, Peterborough, PE2 5SP 12/06/2017 00:18 - 12/06/2017 00:18 A NUMBER OF MALES HAVE FORCED ENTRY TO REAR DOOR OF PROPERTY AND HAVE STOLEN NUMEROUS ELECTRICAL ITEMS FROM THE PREMISE BEFORE LEAVING VIA THE REAR DOOR. CF0327350617 Oxney Grange, Eye, PE6 7TL 12/06/2017 01:55 - 12/06/2017 01:55 Offender is believed to have entered the rear garden of the property and tried to force rear patio doors causing damage to the locking mechanism by bending it out of shape. CF0328870617 Nene Way, Sutton, PE5 7XB 09/06/2017 20:00 - 12/06/2017 12:00 Suspect/s have gained entry by forcing a rear patio door. Money, jewellery and a Vehicle  stolen. CF0332030617 Mountsteven Avenue, Walton, Peterborough, PE4 6HS 13/06/2017 23:00 - 13/06/2017 23:30. A number of Male Suspects forced entry and made an untidy search of the property. CF0332420617 Park Crescent, Peterborough, PE1 4DX 14/06/2017 05:00 - 14/06/2017 05:20 Suspect has smashed window at the side of the property, reached in and opened window, has then made off upon the alarm sounding. CF0332140617 Park Crescent, Peterborough, Cambridgeshire, PE1 4DX 14/06/2017 05:00 - 14/06/2017 06:10 Suspect has entered the address overnight by forcing front window through. Has consumed items inside the address before breaking in to neighbouring address which resulted in suspects arrest inside address. CF0333070617 Dogsthorpe Road, Peterborough, PE1 3RF 13/06/2017 23:00 - 14/06/2017 07:30 Suspect/s have entered the address overnight via an insecure rear conservatory door. A vehicle has been stolen which was later located by the victim. The vehicle had contained some tools which were now removed. CC-18062017-0062 PARK RD, PETERBOROUGH, PE1 2UX 18/06/2017 01:35 – 18/06/2017 01:40 Property is currently undergoing renovation. Suspect has entered and found workmen inside to his surprise. The suspect attempted to flee though detained by witnesses at scene. CF0342930617 Goffsmill, Bretton, Peterborough, PE3 9YW 16/06/2017 09:00 - 18/06/2017 12:30 Offender has kicked open victim's door and thrown property all over the place and written graffiti comments on the wall.
Posted: June 19, 2017, 10:17 am
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Posted: June 17, 2017, 8:02 am
Dear all, Taking just a few steps can make a big difference in keeping your home safe from burglary this summer. Here are a few tips: Ensure you lock your doors and windows every time you leave the house. Garden entertaining - Please close all windows/doors at the front/side of your property when out of your sight, this is an ideal opportunity for a burglar to strike. Please do not be complacent and let your barriers down. Keep your house and car keys somewhere safe, especially out of sight and away from the letterbox. Remember a device could be used to hook the keys through the letterbox. Install good outside lighting – dusk to dawn (front) and motion sensor (rear). Ask a trusted neighbour to keep an eye on your property when you go away on holiday. Use timers on your lights (lamp) or leave a radio on to make the property appear occupied. Remove valuables from view of ground floor windows. Be creative about where you store any high value items, such as: - jewellery. Ensure your fencing around your garden is in good condition, you could add trellis on the top to make it less appealing to climb. Securing bikes at home by locking them to an immovable object (ground anchor) inside a locked shed or garage.  Look at purchasing a shed alarm and use adequate locks, such as: - closed shackle padlocks. Keep ladders and tools stored away. Don't leave them outside where they could be used to break into your home. Ensure any side gates are locked to prevent access to the rear of the property. Use a closed shackle padlock or consider a Gatemate Long Throw Lock and Security Eschutcheon, this a Sold secure product with a Bronze accreditation. There are other similar accredited products on the market. Improve natural surveillance at the front of your property. For example: - trim high hedges. Consider joining or forming a Neighbourhood Watch scheme in your area. Take photos and mark your property with your post code and house number.  You can also register any valuables for free with Immobilise. www.immobilise.com   Install a visual burglar alarm or CCTV. For further guidance on choosing the appropriate alarm and CCTV system for your home and approved suppliers visit : - National Security Inspectorate (NSI) www.nsi.org.uk and Security Systems and Alarms Inspectorate Board (SSAIB) www.ssaib.org.uk Please click this link to view a short video. https://youtu.be/OZvbTCZhlhI Regards Clare
Posted: June 15, 2017, 3:05 pm
 We are current seeing a high spike of vehicle crime across the city.  Please can we remind everyone to make sure your vehicle is locked and secure and that no items are left on display the vehicle? However small, please remove items to avoid the risk of your vehicle being a target. Cars are being broken into for items as small as loose change, sunglasses and clothing not just valuable items like Sat Nav and Mobile phones.   When you leave your vehicle, double check you have removed all items and your car is locked. If you park your car on a driveway, please consider purchasing a driveway alarm. Security Alarm Wireless Motion Sensor -  Just place the waterproof compact and discreet Driveway Patrol transmitter anywhere outside on your drive, garden gate or patio and put the receiver anywhere inside your home. It installs in seconds and no tools or wires are needed.  When someone approaches, it sends a signal to alert you.  This wireless driveway alarm system employs advanced infrared motion detection technology.  Use it to detect visitors, vehicles, intruders, deliveries to your door, or kids coming and going. Use it anywhere in your home to monitor your front door, garage or driveway. You'll never be surprised again! • Installs in seconds • No tools or wires • Motion activated • Detects people, animals or vehicles • Battery operated • Durable weather resistant plastic construction.   A thief doesn’t need much incentive to steal items from your car!    
Posted: June 14, 2017, 11:25 am
Good Afternoon Here is a summary of incidents and offences affecting your community. 12.06.2017  -  Alvis Drive Unknown offender(s) have entered a vehicle parked on private driveway and stolen items from within. 12.06.2017  -  Morris Court Unknown offender(s) have broken into a vehicle and stolen a sat nav and money from within. 12.06.2017  -  Morris Court A vehicle parked on a private driveway has been entered by unknown offender(s) an Ipod and lead were stolen. 12.06.2017  -  Alvis Drive Unknown offender(s) have entered a vehicle and stolen a sat nav from the glove box. 12.06.2017  -  Morris Court Unknown offender(s) have entered an insecure vehicle whilst parked on a private driveway and stolen sunglasses from the drivers door. As always, if you have information relating to any offence, or are concerned about any suspicious activities, please contact the police by using the 101 telephone number.  Alternatively, you can use Crimestoppers to make a report anonymously by calling 0800 555 111 or by using their on-line contact form.  In an emergency, or if you witness a crime in progress, always use 999.   Best wishes   Debbie Hose,  PSV Huntingdon Police Station  
Posted: June 13, 2017, 5:41 pm
Fraudsters have been advertising vehicles and machinery for sale on various selling platforms online. The victims, after communicating via email with the fraudster, will receive a bogus email which purports to be from an established escrow provider (a third party who will keep the payment until the buying and selling parties are both happy with the deal). These emails are designed to persuade victims to pay upfront, via bank transfer, before visiting the seller to collect the goods. The emails also claim that the buyer (victim) has a cooling off period to reclaim the payment if they change their mind. This gives victims the false sense of security that their money is being looked after by this trustworthy third party, when in fact it is not and the money has gone straight to the fraudster. Protect yourself: When making a large purchase such as a new car or machinery, always meet the seller face to face first and ask to see the goods before transferring any money. If you receive a suspicious email asking for payment, check for spelling, grammar, or any other errors, and check who sent the email. If in doubt, check feedback online by searching the associated phone numbers or email addresses of the seller. Contact the third party the fraudsters are purporting to be using to make the transaction. They should be able to confirm whether the email you have received is legitimate or not. False adverts often offer vehicles or machinery for sale well below market value to entice potential victims; always be cautious. If it looks too good to be true then it probably is. If you have been affected by this, or any other type of fraud, report it to Action Fraud by visiting www.actionfraud.police.uk, or by calling 0300 123 2040.  
Posted: June 12, 2017, 5:03 pm
Yaxley Update...   Please be aware that during the early hours of this morning, Monday 12th June between 02:20hrs-03:35hrs there has been a theft from a vehicle parked on a driveway in Alvis Drive, items have been stolen. We have also received a report of persons acting in a suspicious manner on Bentley Avenue between the above times.   Did you see of here anything suspicious, if so please let us know by contacting 101 quoting CF0327410617. Thank you,  Yaxley Team.
Posted: June 12, 2017, 3:38 pm