Figures collected by BID Huntingdon, which employs the rangers, show that the three part-time workers have also assisted police on nine occasions as well as dealing with three instances of shoplifting and three cases of anti-social behaviour. They have also cleared up litter and graffiti. But the reaction to the rangers among businesses is mixed. Paul Attoe, an artist at Inksygnia tattoos, said: Theyre good actually. They seem like theyre doing a good job at getting people off their bikes on the High Street. They asked me very nicely to get off mine the other day so theyre doing their job well. However, Karenza Sawa who runs Krafty Kats gifts and craftware shop with her sister Leenda, said: I didnt even know theyd started. Someone came in the other day to rearrange some leaflets but thats about it. BID manager Katy Sismore said that the first couple of weeks of rangers work were about cleaning up and that business services and visits would now increase. She said: Business visits are just beginning now in week three and the rangers will be handing out cards with the mobile number of the duty rangers.