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POLICE UPDATE

Alert message sent 09/02/2018 18:19:00

Information sent on behalf of Cambridgeshire Constabulary

Please find details of the latest reported crimes in the north rural area of Wisbech since my last update:

PARSON DROVE - Main Road.  Burglary.
Between 31st January and 3rd February 2018, unknown offenders have gained entry to a garage, forcing the door and causing damage.  It is not confirmed what has been taken at this time.

GOREFIELD - Allens Drove.  Business Burglary.
Between 30th January and 6th February 2018, unknown offenders have entered an open garage, and have stolen two heavy duty farm machinery batteries.
GOREFIELD - Mill Lane - Criminal Damage. Between 2nd and 3rd February, unknown offenders have allowed 2 or 3 dogs into a field, where they have killed 3 sheep, and injured several others.
GOREFIELD - Churchill Road - Burglary.
between 7th and 9th February, unknown offenders have attempted to gain entry to a property, and have damaged a window pane.  The offenders have also gained entry to a shed, breaking the lock, and have also damaged the electricity meter box.
TYDD ST GILES - Broad Drove East - Business Burglary.
Between 30th January and 6th February 2018, unknown offenders have gained entry to some new properties, and have stolen 6 kitchen sinks, 12 pairs of taps, and some copper pipes.  Damage was caused to upvc doors and windows in the process.

If you have any information regarding any of the above crimes, please contact the Police.

Kind regards

PCSO 7160
Helen Norton-Smith
Wisbech NPT
 
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Helen Norton-Smith (Police, PCSO, Fenland - Wisbech)

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