Police in Cambridgeshire launched a pre-Valentine’s Day campaign to reduce the number of rapes and sexual assaults reported in the county following contact through internet dating websites and apps.
Police described it as “the stuff of nightmares” when a home owner caught a burglar prowling around inside her house.
The handler of an award-winning police dog who is retiring after six years of service has spoken about the “great memories” the pair have shared together.
Dangerous cycling in March’s town centre and parks, along with anti-social behaviour, has prompted a dispersal order for this weekend.
A motorist died today in a three vehicle collision on the A141 between Chatteris and March: the 34-year-old driver of a tractor involved has been arrested.
Seven people have been arrested in connection with burglary offences.
An ambulance was involved in a road traffic collision in Wisbech this afternoon while they were on their way to a call.
A woman was treated for minor injuries after being knocked off her bike by a car in March.
Teacher Charli Ward has posted photos of her car that was forced off the road in a bid to find the driver responsible.
Police are being given information into a gang of girls who allegedly beat a homeless man in March.
An investigation has been launched after a suspected acid attack in Wisbech – the victim did not sustain serious injuries.
Police suspect a Volkswagen Beetle could hold the clue to solving the mystery of who torched a recycling depot in March causing £500,000 worth of damage.
“Could somebody bring me a packet of cigarettes?” Those were the words of a 999 caller to Cambridgeshire Police.
An 80 year-old social housing tenant in Wisbech – who suffers from multiple sclerosis – has spent the weekend shivering after engineers failed to turn up to repair her heating system.
Fenland and East Cambridgeshire appear to have escaped – so far- the worst affects of the ‘Beast from the East’.