CCTV IMAGES: Thieves target six cars in one night in Cambourne

CCTV images have been released of two men police would like to talk to in connection with a spate of vehicle crime in Cambourne. At 1am on Thursday (January 7) six staff vehicles in Morrisons car park in Broad Street, Great Cambourne were targeted by thi

CCTV images have been released of two men police would like to talk to in connection with a spate of vehicle crime in Cambourne.

At 1am on Thursday (January 7) six staff vehicles in Morrisons car park in Broad Street, Great Cambourne were targeted by thieves.

Stereos, CDs, sat navs, computer games and clothing were stolen from the cars and other vehicles were damaged.

A witness reported seeing a dirty white Volvo at the scene, which made off at speed.


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The crimes are being linked to others that took place in the car park of Strike Bowling in Ely at 9pm on Thursday (January 7). On this occasion six vehicles were broken into and officers pursued a Volvo from the scene but it made off.

A white Volvo has since been found burnt out in Mildenhall near to the A1 at Sandy but the offenders escaped.

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Detective Inspector Andy Gipp said: "Officers will be carrying out forensic examinations of the vehicles and all evidential leads will be followed.

"I'd like to speak to anyone who thinks they know anything about this.

"These offenders appear to be targeting car parks late at night, or early in the morning.

"The best thing motorists can do is to not leave anything in their vehicles to avoid the temptation of thieves."

INFORMATION: The Hunts Post publishes CCTV images in partnership with Cambridgeshire police. The people pictured in the image may not be connected with a crime but may be able to help police with their investigations. Anyone with information is asked to contact DI Gipp at Parkside Police Station on 0345 4564564 or Crimestoppers, anonymously, on 0800 555111.

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