A postmortem concluded Mr Duquemin died of a ruptured spleen as a result of blunt force trauma.
Shane Smith, 36, began his spree in Haymans Way, Papworth, on June 22, by forcing his way into a home using a screwdriver to steal cash, jewellery and a hat.
Police are appealing for information following a serious collision involving two cars in Wistow on Saturday (September 12).
Robert Peckham, 30, along with 23-year-old Callum Smith, were in the back of a car in Market Square, St Neots, in the early hours of January 19, 2019 when they got into an argument with two men in their twenties.
A Cambridgeshire-based mental health charity is calling on businesses to prioritise support for mental health in the workplace.
A woman who died following a collision on the A141 between Chatteris and Warboys on Thursday (August 20) has been named by police.
Cambridgeshire Constabulary, together with partner agencies, is set to host a live domestic abuse question-and-answer session on Facebook.
Jane Wool, of St Ives, wrote to tell us the story of her father Ken Bailey who was one of those taken prisoner when Singapore was invaded by the Japanese army on February 15 1942.
The Met Office has issued a yellow weather warning for thunderstorms for Cambridgeshire.
Prime minister Boris Johnson has announced a halt to the easing of lockdown restrictions.
The billboard is located in Fenstanton on the old stretch of the A14 to Cambridge road, and features a simple design intended to be read in a quick glance by passing motorists.
Police have released an image of a man they would like to speak to in connection with an assault at a petrol station.
Visiting restrictions at Addenbrooke’s Hospital, in Cambridge, are to be eased, but some restrictions still apply.
Stuie Delf has been congratulated for his outstanding fundraising efforts by Captain Tom Moore
Cambridgeshire County Council has outlined plans to begin re-opening libraries and archives from July 4.
Aerial photographer Geoff Soden has taken some stunning shots of the landscape around Huntingdon.
“It is a good idea to wear face coverings in shops and on public transport,” - Dr Liz Robin, public health director in Cambridgeshire.
“This is an issue that is not going to go away, but we’re not going to go away either,” - Samuel Sweek.
Police have today (June 5) reunited two stolen dogs with their rightful owners following a warrant in Willingham.
Watch as Cambridgeshire police pursue teenage driver as she breaks the speed limit and drives on the wrong side of the road.
Kane Mitchell and Lucci Smith have been remanded in custody and will appear in court again on June 4.
Council leader warns that recent relaxation of lockdown rules changes things “only very slightly”.
“Organised crime and drug dealing has not stopped during lockdown and neither have we,” - Superintendent James Sutherland,
The Trust which runs Hinchingbrooke and Peterborough City hospitals has had an overwhelming response to its ‘Letters from Loved Ones’ initiative, since it launched in April.
Teachers’ unions and the Government’s scientific advisers are still at loggerheads as to whether it is safe to reopen schools in England, but we want to know what you think.
Police are urging motorists to be vigilant following a number of handbag thefts from vehicles over the past month.
Drugs worth thousands of pounds were part of a police haul in a sleepy Cambridgeshire village after police issued eight warrants.
Traffic management plans in place to deal with the huge numbers of people expected to visit household recycling centres.
A medical director for the Trust that runs Hinchingbrooke Hospital joined the team on B14 ward at Peterborough City Hospital last week to care for patients with Covid-19.
A man who was convicted of the murder of a Sawtry schoolgirl has today been jailed for “horrific” crimes which took place in the 1980s.