Witness appeal following crime spree in St Ives and Wyton
CARS and homes in Wyton and St Ives were broken into and property worth hundreds of pounds was stolen during a 12 hour crime rampage last week.
Police are appealing for information following a series of break-ins on Sunday, July 17. Offenders stole bank cards, electronic items, tools, CDs and bikes during the overnight raids, which are being linked by officers.
Between 11.30pm on Sunday and 6.30am on Monday raiders broke into an address in Churchill Avenue, Wyton, and stole electronic items and a bank card.
The same night, there was a burglary at an address in Langley Close, St Ives, in which a handbag and a bank card was stolen.
Between 4pm on Sunday and 7am on Monday, offenders stole a Sat Nav from a grey Ford Focus Zetec parked in Gloucester Road, St Ives.
An untidy search of a blue Peugeot 206 parked at an address in Somerset Road was also carried out.
Between 11pm and just after midnight on Sunday, offenders stole tools and CDs from a black Skoda Octavia estate parked in Wiltshire Road, St Ives.
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And lastly three bikes were stolen from a front garden in Durham Way, Wyton, between 10.30pm on Sunday and 7.45am.
PC James Bowen, investigating, said: “We would like to hear from anyone who may have information about these offences or those responsible.”
Anyone with information should contact PC Bowen at Huntingdon Police Station on 0345 456 456 4 or Crimestoppers anonymously, on 0800 555 111.
n Three men and a woman have been arrested in connection with the series.