Good Afternoon, Ramsey District Members –
Here is our weekly summary of offences and incidents affecting your community, reported to police during the period 9th to 15th November:
Neil Way – A person was assaulted in an incident that happened at the car-park on Neil Way at around 5:00 pm on Thursday 8th November. The victim subsequently discovered scratched paintwork on their car and believes that the two incidents are connected. Police hope that CCTV footage will help in the investigation. (Ref 35/43706/18)
Great Whyte – Police received several calls on Friday morning, 9th November, reporting cold-callers going door-to-door in Ramsey, selling sub-standard fish and charging exorbitant amounts of money. Three suspects were subsequently arrested and interviewed by Trading Standards officers and have now been ‘released under investigation’ whilst further enquiries are made. (Ref 35/43881/18)
Ramsey Hollow Drove – A police patrol searched the area around Ramsey Hollow Drove and Puddock Road on Sunday morning, 11th November, following a report of poachers in a black vehicle seen hare-coursing on nearby fields. However, although officers were quickly at the location, nothing suspicious was found. (Ref CC-11112018-0102)
To see details of Policing Summaries for neighbouring areas, please click on the following link and scroll down the page to select areas of interest:
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 We do not publish details of domestic related offences or anything which may put a person at risk if information regarding the crime was made public.
As always, if you have information relating to any offence, or are concerned about any suspicious activities, please contact police by using any of these methods:
- the '101' non-emergency telephone number;
- the on-line web-chat tool on the new Cambridgeshire Constabulary web-site - click on the green icon;
- Alternatively, you can use 'Crimestoppers' to make a report anonymously by calling 0800 555 111 or by using their on-line contact form.
In an emergency, or if you witness a crime in progress, always use '999'.
Chris Shaw, PSV
St Ives Police Station