Weekly Policing Update – Fenstanton District
Good Afternoon, Fenstanton District Members –
Here is our weekly summary of offences and incidents affecting your community, reported to police during the period 11th to 18th June:
The Lakes Business Park, Fenstanton – Police are investigating a break-in and burglary at a unit on The Lakes Business Park that happened in the early hours of Saturday morning, 12th June. When an alarm started sounding, three or four hooded suspects dressed in black were seen leaving the unit, carrying several boxes of tools to a waiting car and then driving off. Police hope that CCTV footage will help in the investigation. (Ref 35/36638/21)
Headlands, Fenstanton – On Tuesday evening, 15th June, police received a call reporting an on-going problem with youths not wearing helmets and riding a moped across a park near Headlands, on most evenings. The incident has been passed to the Neighbourhood Policing Team for patrols in the area to be aware. (Ref CC-15062021-0478)
Police Appeal For Witnesses:
Police are appealing for information following a fatal collision between two cars, a white Ford ranger and a grey Citroen DS3, on the B1123 near Bluntisham at around 3:45 pm on Tuesday 15th June. Very sadly, one person died in the incident.
Anyone who witnessed the incident or may have dash-cam footage, or who saw the vehicles in the moments before the incident, is asked to contact the police using any of the methods listed at the end of this report, quoting Incident Number 334 of 15 June.
And Finally … New Police Direct Entry Recruitment Programme
Cambridgeshire Police have just launched a new programme to recruit people to train for the role of Detective Constable, within an initial two-year probation period. This accelerated career path will see new recruits working alongside experienced detectives on a variety of different investigations, learning the role of ‘Officer in the Case’ (OIC).
Full details of the recruitment scheme are on the police web-site at the following link: