We’re tackling nuisance youths

ANTI-social behaviour in Littleport remains a high priority for the North Neighbourhood team. We have been deploying staff at key times identified to us by residents to intercept people causing nuisance in the medical centre car park and in the High Stree

ANTI-social behaviour in Littleport remains a high priority for the North Neighbourhood team.

We have been deploying staff at key times identified to us by residents to intercept people causing nuisance in the medical centre car park and in the High Street.

We remain keen to hear from any one who has information about two youths causing problems on motorcycles in the Upton Place/ Parsons Lane area.

I would like to thank residents for their help in all the above matters, and urge residents to continue to keep us informed.


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Work is under way with the parish council to look at longer-term solutions to youth-related nuisance in Littleport.

Following the hard work of neighbourhood officers and detectives a 20-month conviction was secured on a local youth involved in a number of incidents in Ely.

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A further associated male is on remand charged with a number of dwelling burglaries and theft from vehicles in the Ely area. A third male from this group has also been recalled to prison for breaching his licence.

There is much good work to report in regards to vehicle crime in Ely and Littleport. A number of arrests have been made and extra dedicated patrols remain in place to combat the problem. It is still of the utmost importance that residents remove articles of value from their cars.

A car was recently stolen from the Ely area having been left at the side of the road with the keys in the ignition. Although the car was later recovered and two males were arrested, this crime was preventable.

For more information or to report a crime visit our website www.cambs.police.uk or call 0845 456 4564.

Sgt Paul Rogerson

North Neighbourhood Beat

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