An 86-year-old man was threatened and punched by three men posing as police officers.
The man was asleep at his home in Huntingdon at around 6pm yesterday (November 4) when the men knocked on his door.
They pretended that they were police officers and told the victim they'd seen someone leaving the house.
They then asked if they could look inside and check if anything was stolen.
When the victim asked for identification, one of the men threatened him with a screwdriver and punched him.
The men searched the property but it's not believed they stole anything.
The offenders are described as English, between 5ft 7 and 5ft 10 in their late teens to early twenties. One was wearing a dark coloured baseball cap and both were wearing zip up tops and dark trousers.
"This was a despicable crime which has left the victim particularly shaken but thankfully uninjured. We would anyone who may have seen these men in the area around 6pm to contact us.”
Thirty schoolchildren were among those involved in a collision between a car and a bus near Huntingdon.
Fire crews from Huntingdon and Ramsey attended the accident near the village of Bury.
None of the children were hurt but one man was taken to hospital after receiving first aid at the scene.
A horse that fell into a pit in Cambridgeshire has been rescued by firefighters.
One crew from Sutton and two crews from Huntingdon were called to the animals aid on Sunday.
Firefighters arrived at an address in Colne Road in Earith to find the horse trapped in a pit.
Crews used harness equipment supported by the beams of the building to lift the horse to safety.
A new multi-million pound critical care centre has been built at Hinchingbrooke Hospital in Huntingdon.
The proposal was first put forward more than 25 years ago.
Staff say patients will finally get the privacy and dignity they deserve in individual rooms rather than overcrowded open wards.
Click below to watch a report from ITV News Anglia's Claire McGlasson
With the school summer holidays just around the corner, the family of a boy who drowned in a river in Cambridgeshire last summer have helped to launch a campaign to promote safe swimming.
15-year-old Rony John couldn't swim - but had jumped into the River Great Ouse at Huntingdon while playing with friends.
Click below to watch a report from ITV News Anglia's Stuart Leithes
How to stay safe in the water
- Swimming at properly-supervised sites, such as beaches, lidos or swimming pools, is best, although RoSPA appreciates that not everyone can get to these locations.
- If you choose to go to an unsupervised site, think through the hazards first and ensure you know what to do if something goes wrong.
- One of the hazards to consider is that water can be a lot colder than you are expecting so be careful if you jump in or go for a swim to cool off.
- Consider wearing a well-fitting wetsuit, which can keep you warm and offer some buoyancy in the water.
- Before you get into the water, consider how you are going to get out again e.g. are there steep banks that might make it difficult to get out?Be honest about your swimming ability.
- Remember that alcohol and swimming never mix.
- Parents and carers: discuss the hazards with your children and remind them that children should never swim alone at unsupervised locations.
Advice courtesy of RoSPA
A man had to be cut from his van following a crash which also involved two lorries and a car in Cambridgeshire.
Emergency services were called to the scene on the A1, southbound, between Sawtry and Alconbury, near Huntingdon, at about 8.50am on Tuesday.
Three lanes of the road had to be closed.
A hairdresser from Cambridgeshire has been conned out of thousands of pounds after falling victim to the latest phone scam to hit the region.
Jenny Tofts, of Little Paxton, near Huntingdon, received a call telling her a court judgement had gone against her.
The caller told her baliffs would be sent in to seize her business's equipment if she did not pay up immediately.
She is warning others not to be caught out in the same way.
"He had an answer for everything. You end up getting sucked into it."
Matthew Hudson reports.
Hinchingbrooke Hospital is being handed back to the NHS to run it from today. It comes after the private company 'Circle' which ran the trust, ended its contract there yesterday.
Bosses say there will be no noticeable change or disruption for staff or patients.
Hinchingbrooke was the UK's only privately run NHS Trust, until the company running it decided to end its contract earlier this year.
"We wanted to achieve this transition quickly and without any disruption to staff or services for patients. The only changes will be to Trust management and we will be welcoming new NHS board members. There will be no change for staff and patients - the hospital will continue to provide the services that are available to patients at the moment, under NHS management."
The UK's only privately-run NHS hospital, Hinchingbrooke in Huntingdon, will be handed back to the health service next month.
Circle, the company that currently runs the hospital, announced in January that it planned to pull out of its 10 year contract - saying it was unsustainable.
The hospital, which was placed in special measures in January, will revert back from the April 1.