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Weekly Policing - Fenstanton District 7 April 2020

Posted: 07/04/2020

Good Afternoon, Fenstanton District Members

Before we get to our weekly Policing Summary, here is just a reminder again how important it is that we all stay home as much as possible, even during lovely sunny weather.

Please stay home

.. except for your one exercise session or to pick up essentials. Enjoy the sunshine from the comfort of your garden or from inside with the windows open.

Police have received a few reports of groups of people gathering and apparently ignoring the social-distancing regulations, but overall, feedback from patrols is that so far people are overwhelmingly abiding by the rules, staying at home and only going out when it is essential. Well done Fenstanton keep it up!

Now to our weekly summary of offences and incidents affecting your community, covering the period 1st to 6th April:

Cambridge Road, Fenstanton Police seized and towed away a black Audi car found at a service station on Cambridge Road, Fenstanton, on Friday afternoon, 3rd April, when checks showed that it had no valid insurance. (Ref CC-03042020-0223)

Rookery Place, Fenstanton Thieves removed and stole both front and rear number plates from a Ford Mondeo car that had been left in a private car-park behind shops on Rookery Place, at some time on Sunday morning, 5th April. (Ref 35/23516/20)

Fenstanton Road, Hilton Intruders broke into a farm building on Fenstanton Road, Hilton, at some time between Sunday 29th March and Monday 6th April, and stole two motorcycles that were being stored inside together with a green jerry-can of unleaded petrol. (Ref 35/23701/20)

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