Thursday, 11 April 2013

E-Cops - Your Regular Update

Since my last E-cops message there has been 7 crime reports suitable to be published. Please see the relevant once below.

Between 27th March, at 17:30 and 28th March, at 07:30, a theft from a vehicle took place in Appletrees, Bar Hill. Vehicle was secured and unattended, parked at location stated. Unknown offender/s have gained entry to vehicle by smashing driver's side window, and removed various tools.

Between 27 March 23:00hrs and 28 March a 07:00hrs, a theft of bicycle took place in Hollytree’s, Bar Hill. Unknown offender/s have gained entry to a property via side gate, forced padlock from garden shed to open, and taken a Raleigh ladies bike.

On 28th March, between 09:00hrs and 20:50hrs, a garage was broken into in Pheasant Rise, Bar Hill. Unknown offender/s have forced the lock from the up and over door garage, then placed a screw where the lock was. Nothing appeared to have been taken from the garage, albeit there are several expensive tools kept in the garage.

Between 2nd April, 19:00hrs and 3d April 03:00hrs, a theft from a vehicle took place in Appletrees, Bar Hill. Vehicle was secured and unattended. Unknown person/s have smashed vehicle window and taken items from within.

On 2nd April, between 21:37hrs and 22:28hrs, an arson incident took place in an Industrial Unit 4, Scotland Road, Dry Drayton. Front wooden door to the unit was forced open by unknown persons. Whilst persons were inside the building, a fire was started; a witness has seen two males run from the location. Fire Brigade took fire under control and state that it was a deliberate ignition.

Two arrests have been made in connection with theft from Bar Hill Tesco. Both suspects have been charged and will be appear in court soon.


If you have any information relating to the above crimes then please call 101, the non emergency number for Cambridgeshire Constabulary. Alternatively you can email me at bujar.mani@cambs.pnn.police.uk or you can contact Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111. In an emergency or if you believe a crime to be in progress please dial 999.

Kind Regards,

PCSO 7009 Bujar Mani
Histon Neighbourhood Policing Team