Crime Prevention Event in WW Village Hall Wednesday 8 November

From Cambridge Constabulary – see poster here.

Recent crime in West Wratting + eCops update

From Sherry O’Donovan 5 September 2017:  There have been two break ins at this end of the village with items taken from outhouses. Between 8 pm on the 4th September 2017 and 5:20 pm on the 5th September 2017 on the High Street, West Wratting unknown offender(s) has broken into an outhouse and stolen a lawn mower. Crime number CF0509520917 refers.

Action Fraud Alert 23 June

Make sure you stay protected by: asking questions to check cold callers or door to door traders are who they say they are; destroying (preferably by shredding) hard copies of unneeded financial documents; reporting fraud at 0300 123 2040 or www.actionfraud.police.uk ; staying up to date on new scams at www.actionfraud.police.uk and www.cyberaware.gov.uk

Multiple break-in attempts in West Wratting

In the early hours of the morning of Friday June 16 there were multiple break-ins in West Wratting. It is likely that 3 or more males were on the prowl targetting sheds and cars parked outside homes or on the street, in the High Street and Causeway. Read More…

From E-cops 23 November 2016

Sometime between Saturday 19th and Tuesday 22nd a shed was broken into in Common Road, Weston Colville. Tools stolen from the shed were used to steal a small amount of oil from the tank in the garden. Read More…

From E-cops 11 November 2016

Between 6th 10:00 & 11th 09:00 Hayter Close, West Wratting unknown offender(s) have accessed the aggrieved’s shed by breaking off handles and padlock. They have taken a number of items from the shed, amounting to almost £2,000. Read More…

From eCops 2 July

A theft was reported, The Causeway, West Wratting. This occurred on Wednesday 29th June, during the day. Offender(s) have stolen 1000liitres of oil from a tank in the garden of a detached bungalow.

Police and Crime Commissioner elections 5 May 2016

On May 5 Cambridgeshire will go to the polls to elect the county’s next police and crime commissioner. With the Conservative incumbent Sir Graham Bright due to be stepping down from the role, four potential successors Read More…