Uttlesford weekly crime round-up: Defibrillator goes missing, damage to crops and stolen e-cigarette

PUBLISHED: 15:25 27 April 2018 | UPDATED: 15:33 27 April 2018


The community defibrillator which was in the telephone box in Saffron Walden’s market square has been stolen.

An unknown suspect stole a woman’s purse from her bag while she was walking around the Saturday market in Saffron Walden on April 14.

On Matching Road in Hatfield Heath, on April 16, an unidentified suspect entered a hotel via an insecure rear door, entered the conference room and made off with three Lenovo laptops estimated to be worth £3,800.

In Saffron Walden, a black Audi A3 was stolen from Ashdon Road on April 12 after the key had been left on the rear wheel and on Carnation Drive, on April 18, a red moped was stolen from a car park of a block of flats. On Victoria Avenue, on April 19, unknown suspects stole a red Honda CBF125.

On Walden Road in Thaxted, on April 17, an unknown suspect drove across the victim’s field and caused damage to their crops and on The Avenue in Great Dunmow, suspects scratched the paintwork, damaged the badge and deflated a tyre on a grey Mercedes A200.

In Saffron Walden, an e-cigarette was stolen by unknown suspects after they burgled a property in Crocus Fields on April 15.


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