Neighbourhood Alert message feed
Dear subscribers, We have recently received reports from members of the public in Eynesbury & The Eatons of a male knocking on doors claiming to be completing double glazing work at properties locally and to apologise for the noise. Upon checking, no work has been going on. Whilst the recent incidents have occurred in the above areas, we have previously dealt with similar incidents in other areas across the district and have linked such incidents to burglaries. We are therefore encouraging members of the public to report any suspicious activities of this kind. Contact us on 101 / 999 if you believe a crime is about to be committed. Regards, PCSO 7293 Hurley Huntingdonshire Burglary Team
Posted: October 16, 2017, 6:47 pm
Please find below the burglary review for the last 7 days. There have been 11 burglaries this week across Peterborough. CF0581871017 – Monday 9/10/17 – 23.17hrs – Lincoln Road, Peterborough Entry was gained via an insecure window, the suspect seen by victim within the address. He made off on a stolen Mountain bike from hallway. Victim found bike on Facebook (fake profile) and met the seller to get it back – seller was not the person who committed the offence. CF0583371017 – Monday 9/10/17 – 19.45 – 10/10/17 15.00hrs – Acer Road, Dogsthorpe Entry has been gained via forcing a window. Nobody was home at the time of the offence. Offenders have stolen TV and Wii from within. CF0582411017 – 7/10/17 – 10/10/17 – Stamford Road Pilsgate House is currently unoccupied and entry has been gained via a window. Valuable items had been collected from around the house but believed offenders were disturbed as these were left in situ CF0583921017 – Tuesday 10/10/17 03.40hrs – Vere Road, New England – (Attempt) Offenders disturbed by either the occupant or the house alarm. They tried to gain entry via a front window but were unsuccessful. CF0586101017 – Wednesday 11/10/17 18.10hrs – 00.30hrs Thursday 12/10/17 – Acer Road Dogsthorpe This is a first floor flat where a window forced/board removed. Medication and a mobile phone were stolen. CF0588931017 – Thursday 12/10/17 00.00hrs – 13.19hrs 13/10/17 – Bringhurst Orton Goldhay Entry was gained via unlocked front door whilst occupant was upstairs. Military weapons were stolen. CF0589231017 – Friday 13/10/17 – 15.21hrs – Holdfield Ravensthorpe This is an empty property under renovation, entry gained via smashing a window. Appears nothing stolen just damage caused within. CF0588211017 – Friday 13/10/17 – 06.00hrs-06.20hrs – Paynesholm Paston Entry gained via unlocked front door. The suspect was disturbed by occupant as he tried to take a mobile phone from the kitchen. He was arrested at scene, subsequently charged and remanded. CF0592521017 – Saturday 14/10/17 18.30hrs – 15/10/17 02.30hrs – Green Road Eye (Attempt) This premises is a ground floor flat where a hand sized hole has been smashed in the window to reach handle and open. No actual entry gained. CF0593131017 – Sunday 15/10/17 06.40hrs – Chelveston Way Westwood (Attempt) Offender has entered the garden via the gate, then tried to open back door with a Key believed stolen in a previous burglary. Unable to do so, so enters shed – unknown if items stolen at this time. Very good CCTV images obtained. CF0593121017 – Sunday 15/10/17 – 11.00hrs-11.10hrs – Charles Street Eastfield Occupants were in the house, but were upstairs. The back door had been left open. Unknown offenders have entered and have stolen TV & Laptop. Anyone with information should call police on 101 quoting the relevant crime number or visit www.contactcambspolice.uk/Report/. Alternatively, contact Crimestoppers, anonymously, on 0800 555111 or via www.crimestoppers-uk.org.
Posted: October 16, 2017, 11:53 am
Dear Neighbourhood Watch supporter, Tackling Domestic Abuse is a national priority for the Home Office, Police, Neighbourhood Watch and Crimestoppers. Neighbourhood Watch is working with Crimestoppers to raise awareness about domestic abuse and what our supporters and volunteers can do to help prevent and report it. We would be grateful if you could spend just 3 minutes completing this survey, the results of which will help us to signpost people to the right place to report their concerns. Your responses are completely anonymous. You can complete the survey by clicking on the link below. https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/NWN-DV-Survey With thanks from Neighbourhood Watch working in partnership with
Posted: October 13, 2017, 3:03 pm
Good afternoon Please find below the correct link to the newsletter - apologies for any inconvenience. http://www.cambridgeshire-pcc.gov.uk/wp-content/uploads/2015/05/Connect-Newsletter-October.pdf Catherine
Posted: October 12, 2017, 2:06 pm
Welcome to the latest newsletter from Police and Crime Commissioner, Jason Ablewhite. In this edition you can read about a new project to support young victims of domestic and sexual violence and find out how to apply for a grant from a new Youth and Community Fund. http://www.cambridgeshire-pcc.gov.uk/wp-content/uploads/2015/05/Connect-Newsletter-October.pdf If you would prefer to receive this newsletter as an attachment, please email firstname.lastname@example.org Kind regards Catherine
Posted: October 12, 2017, 2:03 pm
Welcome to the latest newsletter from Police and Crime Commissioner, Jason Ablewhite. In this edition you can read about a new project to support young victims of domestic and sexual violence and find out how to apply for a grant from a new Youth and Community Fund. Click on the link below: http://www.cambridgeshire-pcc.gov.uk/wp-content/uploads/2015/05/Connect-Newsletter-October.pdf If you would prefer to receive this newsletter as an attachment, please email email@example.com Kind regards Catherine
Posted: October 12, 2017, 2:00 pm
Dear E-coppers, The following has been passed to us from Fenland District Council (FDC) although FDC message is for Wisbech residents I would like to pre-empt and reassure Fenland residents... RESIDENTS ARE BEING WARNED ABOUT POTENTIAL SCAM RELATING TO DOUBLE GLAZED WINDOWS. FDC have been made aware that some residents in Wisbech are receiving leaflets through their doors stating that unless they upgrade their double glazing windows to 'A' rating before April 2018, they will be penalised in their Council Tax bills next year. These leaflets are nothing to do with FDC and having double glazing (or not) has no bearing on Council Tax bills. If you receive or have received a letter through your door please contact trading standards and provide the details to them! Alternatively you can post it to Wisbech Police Station for my attention if possible with your details enclosed and I will pass it to FDC and Trading Standards. Please could I ask if you can forward this message to anybody in your community you feel might benefit from knowing about this scam. Kind regards Julie Bailey Crime Reduction and Community Safety Officer.
Posted: October 12, 2017, 11:52 am
Please find below the burglary review for the last 7 days, there have been 10 Burglaries this week. CF0567091017 –Tuesday 3/10/17 – 02.00hrs – Leighton, Orton Malbourne Cash and bank cards stolen at this address, arrest attempts are ongoing. CF0567541017 – Tuesday 3/10/17 – 10.55hrs – Tintern Rise, Eye Entry gained via an unlocked side door. The offender has conducted an untidy search of the kitchen where some small electrical items and a watch was stolen. CF0567631017 – Tuesday 3/10/17 – 10.15-10.24hrs – Saltersgate Parnwell A smartly dressed male rings doorbell and states from British heart foundation. The Victim asks for ID and the suspect becomes aggressive saying he has lost it. Suspect then tried to push the door open, but victim managed to shut it and he leaves empty handed. CF0570351017 – 25/09/17 00.00hrs -04/10/17 14.00hrs – Main Street Ufford Entry gained by forcing a window possibly with a crowbar. Alcohol and small amount of cash has been taken. CF0571191017 – Wednesday 4/10/17 15.40hrs – 20.40hrs – Fletton Avenue Peterborough Entry gained to house through insecure garage door. The Offenders possibly disturbed as items left in a pile in the kitchen inc TV/laptop etc. Property stolen consists of keys, bank card and an ornamental knife. CF0570881017- Wednesday 4/10/17 17.42hrs – Eastfield Road, Eastfield TV, small electrical items, laptop stolen from this address. Entry appears to be with a key. CF0570521017 – Wednesday 4/10/17 – 06.30 – 15.25hrs – Ash Close Dogsthorpe Entry via cat flap to open the door and some building equipment has been taken from the address. CF0572211017 – 01/10/17 00.00 – 4/10/17 10.00hrs – Ringstead Road, Paston Items stolen consist of a TV and some sentimental family items. CF0574941017 – Thursday 5/10/17 – 19.00hrs – 12.30hrs 6/10/17 – Millstone Lane Barnack Entry gained via side window and exit was through the front door using keys. Some Jewellery and cash have been taken. Some property discarded by the offenders nearby has been found by local gardener CF0573201017 – Friday 6/10/17 05.41 – Allerton Close Barnack Entry to the address via smashing a window. The Keys taken from hook next to the door. Anyone with information should call police on 101 quoting the relevant crime number or visit www.contactcambspolice.uk/Report/. Alternatively, contact Crimestoppers, anonymously, on 0800 555111 or via www.crimestoppers-uk.org
Posted: October 9, 2017, 5:41 pm
Please feel free to come along and chat to your local PCSO's, this could be to report things or simply to have a chat about what is going on in your area! This will be at the Cross Keys Hub at the Westwood centre, Monday 16th October, 10-11am.
Posted: October 6, 2017, 9:53 am
On Tuesday morning 3rd October at approx 10:15 a suspicious Charity Collector cold called at a house in Saltersgate, Parnwell. He is described as a white male, approx mid 30's, 5ft 9 to 5ft 10 tall with black hair, bushy eyebrows and a local accent. He was smartly dressed in a Black Suit and Tie with a white shirt and carrying a clip board. Did he call at your house? Did you see this male on Tuesday morning? CF0567631017 Anyone with information should call police on 101 quoting the relevant crime number or visit www.contactcambspolice.uk/Report/. Alternatively, contact Crimestoppers, anonymously, on 0800 555111 or via www.crimestoppers-uk.org. Charity Collectors: Most Charity Collectors are legitimate, but you can never be too careful. There are some simple guidelines you can follow to ensure that any Charity Collectors who may call are genuine: Always err on the side of caution. A polite 'no thank you' should do, or you could choose not to answer the door, or put up a 'No cold callers' sign. Genuine charity collectors will carry all the necessary official documents relating to their charity. Check the collector's identity badge and ask to see documentation, including the charity's registration number. Ask to see the collector's permit or licence which they must carry. This should indicate whether or not they are legitimately collecting on that charity's behalf. Don't commit to anything. Check with the official charity itself, either online or over the phone, to see if they are making house calls in your area. The same applies when charity bags are left on your doorstep or in your letterbox. If you wish to donate, check with the official charity to make sure your gift goes to a legitimate source. The Police will have a list of charitable organisations visiting your area which can be checked by calling 101. We recommend that you contact the charity directly if you wish to make a regular donation through your bank or building society. If In Doubt - Keep Them Out!
Posted: October 4, 2017, 9:19 pm
Good morning, I have received a report that there is a salt surge on the Broads,.... Bure has levels three times over lethal and Yare two times over lethal. Please report to EA on 0800807060 any dead or dying fish. Thanks Paul Thomas AT
Posted: October 4, 2017, 11:35 am