A man has been jailed for seven years after he admitted carrying out a series of burglaries in Stansted Mountfitchet and Saffron Walden.
There are new concerns about the threat to motorists travelling in our region, from objects being thrown from road bridges.
Tributes have been paid to a young rapper who was stabbed and killed in Bedford on Saturday.
A photograph has been released by British Transport Police of a man they want to question after a ticket inspector was verbally abused and assaulted on a train from Peterborough to King's Cross.
Anyone with information is asked to contact BTP on 0800 40 50 40 or Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111
A taxi driver has been stabbed three times during an attempted robbery in Luton.
The 41 year old cabbie picked up a passenger from Woodcock Road. The man then asked the driver to stop to pick up a friend.
When he pulled up a second man opened the driver's door, ordered him to hand over money and stabbed him three times.
The driver managed to close the door and the two attackers ran off empty handed.
A four man gang wearing balaclavas have smashed their way into a garage in St Ives yesterday and stolen a safe.
The incident happened at the Hemingford Esso Service Station in London Road.
A burglar who was on-licence for a previous break-in is back behind bars after his blood was found at a home in Cambridge.
James Hannah-Brookes Scott, who's 25, tried to smash his way into a home in Bliss Way but escaped on a motorbike when he was spotted by a neighbour.
His blood was identified at the crime scene and he pleaded guilty to a charge of attempted burglary. He's been remanded into custody and will be sentenced at a later date.
Police are appealing for information after a suspicious package was found and destroyed at Botesdale in Suffolk.
Officers were called by a member of the public just who reported that they had seen an un-usual package along a footpath.
A bomb disposal team carried out a controlled explosion on the package which was discovered to be harmless.
Police in Peterborough are trying to re-unite a haul of suspected stolen items with their rightful owners.
The stash, which includes bicycles and power tools, was uncovered at two properties in the Paston area.
They're thought to have been stolen between April and November last year in shed and garage burglaries in the Gunthorpe and Werrington areas.
Drivers are being urged not to leave valuables on display after a spate of thefts from vehicles in Cambridge.
Since January 25th thieves have helped themselves to phones, laptops and tools from 22 cars and vans across the city.
Extra police patrols are being put on in a bid to catch those responsible for the thefts