Wednesday, January 16, 2008

PUBLISHED: 14:18 16 January 2008 | UPDATED: 10:01 04 May 2010

# VANDALS struck at Sutton s Blaydon Place and High Street leaving scratch marks along the side of parked cars on Monday. # THE rear windscreen of a Vaxhall Zafir was smashed in New Barns Avenue, Ely and four wheel trims were stolen from a Ford Ka in Gas

# VANDALS struck at Sutton's Blaydon Place and High Street leaving scratch marks along the side of parked cars on Monday.

# THE rear windscreen of a Vaxhall Zafir was smashed in New Barns Avenue, Ely and four wheel trims were stolen from a Ford Ka in Gas Lane, Ely on Monday.

# A THIEF went to Jewson's compound in Angel Drove, Ely on Monday, selected fencing products and drove off in a white van without paying.

# SHOPS in Main Street, Littleport became the target of a thief on Friday who walked in with a large black bag filling it with items from around the stores before leaving without paying. He returned a second time to one shop with the empty bag, refilling it before making off.

# A MINI Moto motorbike was stolen from a home in Townsend, Soham on Monday.

# A THIEF walked into a shop in West Street, Isleham filled a bag with goods from the meat counter and left without paying on Sunday.

# THIEVES who stole cabling from a yard in Hasse Road, Soham on Saturday were caught on CCTV camera.

# VANDALS walked across the bonnet of a car in Sand Street, Soham on Saturday and then slid down the bonnet leaving scratches in the paintwork and damage to the roof.

# A CARAVAN was set on fire after it had been left on a hard standing in Coates Drove, Isleham on Saturday.


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