|Information from Cambridgeshire Constabulary|
|PETERBOROUGH: Burglary Update|
CF0686391117 – Monday 27/11/17 08:20-09:30hrs –
Herlington, Orton Malborne
- Victim left door insecure and offender(s) entered and stole 6 packs of tobacco.
CF0687821117 – Monday 27/11/17 08:45-18:10hrs –
North Bank Road, Eastfield
- Offenders appear to have been looking for cash and jewellery at this address and entry was made by forcing a rear door. Enquiries are ongoing.
CF0687891117 – Monday 27/11/17 08:45-17:30hrs –
Brodsworth Road, Park Farm
- Entry via a rear door and Christmas presents stolen
CF0688191117 – Monday 27/11/17 17:00-19:00hrs – Cromwell Road, Millfield-
Nothing appears to have been stolen from this address but all rooms were searched and entry appears to have been gained via a bedroom window.
CF0689721117 – Tuesday 28/11/17 06:00-16:30hrs – Belsize Avenue, Woodston-
Offender(s) have entered the home via an insecure door and stolen laptops and watches.
CF0689951117 – Friday 24/11/17-Tuesday 28/11/17 –Barnstock, Bretton
Entry was made via a rear window at this property and electrical items including TV, digital radio and a laptop were stolen along with some new clothing.
CF0690331117 – Tuesday 28/11/17 16:30-18:30hrs – Kirkmeadow, Bretton
Offender(s) smashed a window at this property to gain entry and electrical items were taken including two IPADs, a Playstation 3 along with two games – Spiderman and Minecraft and a wallet and passport.
CF0691931117 – Wednesday 29/11/2017 1200 hrs to 1640 hrs London Road
Two unique yellow gold crucifix’s (approximately 2cms in size) were stolen from this address along with a Samsung tablet, Tissot gents watch and an amount of cash. Entry to the property was made via a side window.
CF0692891117 – Wednesday 29/11/2017 2300 hours to Thursday 30/11/2017 0630 hrs Little Close, Eye
- Entry to this home was via an insecure rear door. Medication, cash and cigarettes were stolen.
CF0697161217 – Friday 01/12/2017 1900 hrs Whitwell, Paston-
Two male offenders were disturbed by the homeowner at this address – both aged 16-20yrs, one wearing a white jacket and the other all in black. A group of approximately 6 males had been seen outside the address earlier in the evening. Nothing was stolen.
CF0699201217 – Friday to Saturday Crowland Road, Eye-
Attempt to gain entry at the rear of the address by smashing a window. A shed in the garden was also broken into. Forensics are currently being investigated.
CF0699341217 – Sunday 0120 hours George Street, Woodston-
The homeowner woke to a noise and disturbed two male offenders who appear to have entered via an insecure door. Both fled from the scene down George St and nothing appears to have been stolen.
CF0697131217 & CF0699181217 burglaries Raleigh Way, Westwood 2 crimes
The first burglary occurred on 1st December at 1940hrs when two males forced their way into the property. Males described as follows - one black male wearing a black puffer style jacket (shiny), a hooded top with a beanie hat underneath and with a black & grey scarf pulled over his face. The second male was white and wearing similar black clothing and had a black nylon bag with him. Both were aged 16-20yrs. They left when they realised the homeowner had nothing of value.
The second burglary took place the following evening of 2nd December at 2055 hrs. The homeowner returned and saw a male in the hallway of the property. The male fled the property with several mobile phones including a rose gold Iphone 6, and was seen with three other males running towards Mountbatten Way. Three of the males are believed to be black and one white. One of the males was wearing a black puffer/bomber style jacket.
Were you in the area at the time and did you see anything suspicious?
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 www.crimestoppers-uk.org
Lock all doors, windows and outside gates, before you leave your house. It gets dark by 4pm make your home appear to be ‘lived in’ (lights on timers and possibly leave a radio on) if you know that you are going to be absent for several hours.
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