A round-up of crimes reported in the past month in Saffron Walden, Stansted, Thaxted and surrounding villages.
Hundreds of people turned out for a fundraising event in aid of a six-year-old boy from Saffron Walden who suffered serious brain injuries after being hit by a car.
Here is your weekly round-up of crimes across Uttlesford
A fundraising event to aid the recovery of a Saffron Walden five-year-old boy who suffered serious injuries in a tragic accident will take place on bank holiday Monday.
A five-year-old Saffron Walden boy who suffered serious brain injuries after being hit by a car driven by a learner is defying doctors who said he would never walk and talk again.
The front and back number plates of a white Ford Transit van, parked in The Avenue, Great Dunmow, were stolen between 8pm on March 24 and 8.10am on March 25.
A five-year-old boy is in hospital with life-threatening injuries after being hit by a car which then smashed into a house in Essex yesterday.
A round-up of crimes reported in Uttlesford in the past week.
A Garmin Forerunner watch was reported stolen from outside the front door of the victim’s property in Normansfield, Great Dunmow, on February 25.
The M11 was closed southbound for several hours on Tuesday following a crash involving six vehicles – including a lorry.
Items were stolen from a shed in Mill Lane, Little Hallingbury, between 1pm on January 10 and 10.45am on January 14, after breaking the lock to get in.
Car owners in Newport suffered “a grim start to the New Year” after a dozen vehicles were broken into on New Year’s Eve, and two were found torched days earlier.
Criminals got into a garage in Chickney Road, Henham, sometime between December 8 and 10 at around 2pm. Although they did not conduct a search, items were stolen.
Criminal damage was caused to a Ford KA, which was parked in Upper Mill Field, Great Dunmow, between 8pm and 10.45pm on December 2. Scratches were caused to the back of the car, and both the driver’s and passenger side doors.
The back number plate was stolen from a vehicle in Mill Close, Elsenham, between 5pm on November 25 and 6.30am on November 28.