Chief Inspector's Weekly Message
|Alert message sent 05/11/2013 13:40:00|
|Information sent on behalf of Cambridgeshire Constabulary|
|Please find Chief Inspector Laura Hunt's weekly update:|
The occurrence of dwelling burglaries within the district seem to be following a two-week cycle; we have a week where not too many are reported followed by a week where far too many are reported. You will remember that last week I was able to report that the number of dwelling burglaries reported to us had reduced significantly over the last seven days as compared to the preceding week. Indeed, eighteen in one week was followed only six. Last week, unfortunately, we suffered fourteen burglaries. Only one happened in the part of the district we refer to as St Ives (in Earith), while five happened in the area in and around St Neots (three in St Neots, one in Great Gransden and one in Eynesbury). In the area referred to as Huntingdon sector there were eight dwelling burglaries; all which have happened since Friday 1st NOVEMBER (two in the Stukeleys, one in Huntingdon and five in Hartford). Almost all of the offending has happened during the day with access being gained to the properties via the rear. We need your support in continuing to be alert and to report any suspicious activity. For our part we will continue to focus our patrolling activity on the areas that have been hit.
On a more encouraging note, the preventative work coupled with the additional resources that were put in place as part of our response to Halloween saw only a minor increase in the amount of anti-social behaviour reported. Certainly, there were minimal reports of egg-throwing and other Halloween-related anti-social behaviour.
Finally, and in relation to violent crime and the update provided last week, I am pleased to report that there were no violent issues of note associated with the night time economy in St Neots Town Centre this weekend.
As always, please remember our e-mail address is firstname.lastname@example.org. We welcome any information; information that may appear insignificant or unimportant might be the piece of the jigsaw that can enable us to detect an offence and stop any reoccurrence.
Thank you again for your continued and on-going support.
I look forward to hearing from you.
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|Dave Savill (Police, Sergeant, Huntingdonshire)|
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