Saturday, 17 March 2012

E-Cops - Your Weekly News 17-MAR-2012


Unfortunately there have been five crimes reported to us since my last E-cops message. Please see below for brief details of these crimes.

At 17:15 hrs on 02/03/2012, an unknown male driving a silver Renault Clio has filled up with fuel at the Total Service Station, A14, Lolworth then driven off without making any attempt to pay for the fuel. Enquiries are ongoing with the registered keeper of the vehicle.

Between the 03/03/2012 and the 04/03/2012 in Pheasant Rise, Bar Hill unknown offender(s) have caused damage to the wiper blades of two parked vehicles.

On 09/03/2012, an unknown male has entered the Tesco store in Bar Hill and selected a number of X-Box games which have been concealed under a clothing item removed from the rails. Male then places the clothing item back on the rails and leaves the store without making any attempt to pay for the X-Box games which have been concealed on his person away from camera view.

At 17:35 hrs on 14/03/2012, an unknown male has filled up his vehicle with fuel at the Shell filling station, Cambridge Services, A14, Boxworth before driving off without making any attempts to pay for the fuel obtained. Enquiries are ongoing with the registered keeper of the vehicle.

At 15:00 hrs on 16/03/2012, an unknown male driving a white Escort van has filled up the vehicle with fuel at Tesco filling station in Bar Hill. Driver has then got back into the van and driven off without making any attempt to pay for the fuel obtained. Again, enquiries are ongoing with the registered keeper of the vehicle.

If you have any information that may assist us with any of the above crimes, please contact us on 101 or call Crime stoppers, an independent charity, anonymously on 0800 555 111.

In line with our current Neighbourhood Panel Priorities, I have been out and about conducting speed checks this week with Sergeant Rogerson in Scotland Road, Dry Drayton. One motorist was seen travelling in excess of the 40mph speed limit and was issued with a fixed penalty ticket of £60 and three penalty points.

I have also carried out door to door police surgeries in Appletrees, Bar Hill, in relation to noise complaints that have been reported to us over the last week.

I have had reports of two motor cross bikes doing circuits around Bar Hill causing a nuisance. Bar Hill Parish Council have made it clear that motor cross bikes are not allowed to be ridden anywhere in Bar Hill Village. I have located both bikes and riders in Bar Hill, and have issued them each with a warning under Section 59 of the Police Reform Act 2002 not to ride their bikes anywhere in Bar Hill. Should they ignore this warning their bikes will be seized.

There has been one report of suspicious van in Duck End Farm, Park Lane, Dry Drayton. Police attended and carried out the relevant enquiries. The van was genuine and all in order.

If you wish to report any other crime, suspicious behaviour or activity please ring our non-emergency number, 101. If you believe that a crime is in progress please ring 999. We also welcome anyone to contact us by replying to this email if you wish to let us know of any issues you may be experiencing.

Kind regards
PCSO Bujar Mani and PC Claire Reeves
Histon Safer Neighbourhood Team