6 June 2021 – Weekly Police Report – Fenstanton District

Weekly Policing Update – Fenstanton District

Good Afternoon, Fenstanton District Members –

Here is our weekly summary of offences and incidents affecting your community, reported to police during the period 29th May to 4th June:

Low Road, Fenstanton – Police and an ambulance were called to an incident on Low Road in the early hours of Monday morning, 31st May, where a car had collided with a lamp post. The driver, who gave a positive result to a road-side alcohol breath-test, was taken to hospital for medical attention but police investigations are continuing regarding two suspicious offensive items discovered in the car. (Ref 35/33505/21)

And Finally … Burglary Prevention Advice
Now that summer is here, the warmer weather brings opportunities for burglars to take advantage of open windows, doors left unlocked, and people spending more time in their gardens.

Police advise that we follow these steps to avoid becoming a victim of burglary:

• Lock all doors and windows when not in the house;

• Don’t leave valuables on display;

• Lock outbuildings and sheds;

• Report any suspicious activity, using the 101 non-emergency number or the on-line reporting tool on the police web-site.

For more burglary prevention advice, please visit –