Latest East Cambs crimes

PUBLISHED: 10:45 28 February 2008 | UPDATED: 22:01 03 May 2010

HONDA mtrbikes were stlen frm a garden shed in Statin Rad, Isleham n Mnday, February 18. VANDALS tried t prise pen the kitchen dr f a prperty in Lde Clse, Sham n Mnday, February 18. Staff discvered the damage when they arrived at wrk

HONDA mtrbikes were stlen frm a garden shed in Statin Rad, Isleham n Mnday, February 18.

VANDALS tried t prise pen the kitchen dr f a prperty in Lde Clse, Sham n Mnday, February 18. Staff discvered the damage when they arrived at wrk at 9am the fllwing mrning.

THIEVES pulled a heavy 18-inch cping stne ff the tp f a brick wall in Chapel Street, Ely n Mnday, February 18.

A MAN tried t pay fr cigarettes with a cheque and multiple debit cards at a shp n High Street, Ely, but ran ut after snatching his cigarettes frm the cunter at 6pm n Mnday, February 18.

TWO men fled after the side windw f a Frd Zetec was smashed n Benedict Street, Ely, n Sunday, February 17.

PART f a bat was stlen frm Ten Mile Bank, Littleprt, between Valentine's Day and February 16.

A HOODIE n a silver bike smashed stnes thrugh the windw f a prperty in Duck Lane, Haddenham while the wner was inside, at 7.45pm n Sunday, February 17.

CONCRETE was thrwn thrugh the frnt windw f a huse in Statin Rad, Sham at 3.30pm n Sunday, February 17.

A VANDAL went int the curtyard f a hme in White Hart Lane and threw a bttle at the windw, n Sunday, February 17, cracking the glass.

A THIEF stle items frm Dwnfields garage, in Frdham Rad, Sham at 8.30pm n Sunday, February 17.

POWER drills were stlen frm a shed in Pund Lane, Isleham.


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