Crime Scene: Police search for man who followed boy
HAVERHILL — Police are looking into a Jan. 16 incident in which a man followed an 11-year-old boy.
A man allegedly jumped out from behind a bush and startled the boy, who was walking along Conway Close, according to the Suffolk Constabulary. The boy ran away, but the assailant followed the boy until he ran onto the grounds of Castle Hill Middle School.
The man did not speak to the boy.
The suspect is described as a white man in his 20s or 30s, approximately 5-feet, 11-inches with a large build. He was balding and he had a cut on the back of his right hand. He was clad in a dark sweater and dark trousers, Suffolk authorities said.
Anyone with information about the incident or the suspect is urged to call police constable Claire Burgess at 01284 774 100.
Passing jogger chases youth after theft from car
CAMBRIDGE — Police are searching for a man who chased after a thief who broke into a car on Eaton Ford on Jan. 10.
The suspect, a youth on a BMX bike, smashed the passenger-side window of a Toyota Corolla parked on Mill Hill Road and stole a black handbag containing a cell phone, cash, credit card and a driver’s license.
A passing jogger chased the youth, but he ran away toward the Riverside car park area.
Anyone with information concerning the incident should contact police constable Gary Blane from St. Neots Police Station at 0845 456 4564, or Crimestoppers at 0800 555111.
Food recovered by police believed to be from U.S. base
ST. NEOTS — Authorities are asking the owners of some abandoned meats, ice cream and beer cans to come forward.
A Cambridgeshire Constabulary news release said the goods were recovered in the early hours of Jan. 6, and evidence pointed to the foods originating on an American military installation.
The meats and beverages were still cold to the touch when investigators collected them.
“We are keen to trace the owner of the items as there is a possibility they were stolen,” said St. Neots Police spokesman Gary Blane.
Police are asking anyone with information to call 0845 456 4564.