Teenagers charged after Fordham burglary

TWO teenagers arrested after a chase in which an ambulance was forced off the road have been charged by police.

TWO teenagers arrested after a chase in which an ambulance was forced off the road have been charged by police.

Officers detained the pair on Tuesday evening following a burglary in Fordham.

A 16-year-old boy from Harrow was charged with burglary, attempted burglary, driving a vehicle dangerously, driving whilst disqualified, using a motor vehicle without insurance and a proceeds of crime offence. A 15-year-old boy from Cambridge was charged with, burglary, attempted burglary and a proceeds of crime offence.

Both boys were remanded to appear at Cambridge Magistrate’s Court on Thursday morning.

The charges relate to a incident on Tuesday when police were called at 5.25pm by a neighbour who spotted two people breaking into a house in New Path.

A PCSO saw the pair �leaving in a car, which was tracked by the force helicopter.

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As their car passed between two vehicles on the westbound carriageway of the A14, near the A11 junction, a St John’s ambulance was forced off the road.

The driver and her �passenger suffered minor injuries.

The pair abandoned the car in Burleigh Street, Cambridge, before being arrested just after 6pm, near the Grafton Centre.