Here is our weekly summary of offences and incidents affecting your community, reported to police during the period 20th to 26th January:
Chequer’s Close – There was an attempted break-in to a shed in the garden of a house on Chequer’s Close at some time between Friday 8th and Friday 22nd January. The owner discovered that the door handle had been interfered with, but no entry was gained and nothing was stolen. (Ref 35/4155/21)
A14 Eastbound – Police seized and towed away a black BMW car spotted on the eastbound A14 on Monday evening, 25th January, when checks showed that it had no valid insurance. One person was also arrested for immigration offences. (Ref CC-25012021-0387)
Reports of Covid-19 Regulation Breaches:
Officers are out on patrol across the County day and night responding to reports of Covid-19 breaches.
Paying rule-breakers a visit could cause delay in officers reaching people who really need their help. Thank you once again to all the wonderful people in our community who are keeping to the rules, and our appreciation to the army of other key workers out there doing an amazing job.
In the St Ives District, police have continued to respond to reports of potential breaches of the Covid-19 Regulations this week, including:
- A gym found to be continuing to operate. (Ref CC-22012021-0222)
- A person believed to have travelled from Scotland to stay with friends in St Ives. (Ref CC-22012021-0222)
- Customers reportedly being admitted to a shop without wearing face masks. (Ref CC-22012021-0479)
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Please be aware that these reports do not contain all details of all reported crime. We do not publish details of domestic related offences or anything which may put a person at risk if information regarding the crime was made public.