|BURGLARY OTHER(Shed, Garage, Business)||8||2||2||3||4|
|THEFT FROM A VEHICLE||1||2||2||0||4|
|THEFT OF A MOTOR VEHICLE||0||1||1||4||0|
Midgrove Lane , Dobcross – Offenders gained access to the property via an insecure rear door. Every room was searched and property was stolen.
Rivington Road , Springhead – Offenders attempted to smash a rear patio door but were unsuccessful. They gained acces to the property by removing the beading from the centre panel of a UPVC door. The alarm was activated forcing the offenders to flee.
Rivington Road, Springhead – Offenders forced entry through a rear kitchen door. They made an untidy search of all rooms and removed several items. They made off in the owners car using keys taken from the property.
Huddersfield Narrow Canal, Station Road, Diggle – Offenders attempted to gain access to a barge which was moored by kicking on a locked door. The owner was on the barge at the time. They failed to gain entry and nothing was stolen.
Stoneswood Road, Delph – Offenders gained access to the property via an insecure rear door and stole several items.
Riverside Court, Hudderfield Road Diggle – Offenders attempted to force a rear fire door. The alarm was activated forcing them to flee.
BrownHill Visitors Centre – Offenders threw a large stone through a rear UPVC door. A untidy search was made of the café and kitchen and items were stolen from within.
Hudderfield Road, Diggle – Offenders entered the allotments and removed glass from a green house door. Several items were stolen.
New Bank Garden Centre, Dobcross – Offenders entered the building via the roof and gained access to the main office. At the same time, two other offenders gained access, using a crowbar, on the front door. They were disturburbed and fled.
Vehicle crime – Theft from a motor vehicle
Church Street, Delph – Two males were disturbed whilst interfering with a scooter. They fled in a silver coloured vehicle.
Ripponden Road, Denshaw – Offenders used a sharp implement to cut through the canopy of a trailer containing flat-back furniture. They were disturbed by the driver/owner who was asleep in the cab.
Roche Road, Delph – Two offenders stole a sat-nav from an insecure vehicle.
Huddersfield Road, Scouthead – Offenders gained entry to a vehicle and stole a chainsaw.
Wall Hill Road, Dobcross – Offenders scratched three vehicles ( There was a spike of damage, all in one evening, possibly committed by the same offenders)
Delph Road, Denshaw – An unknown object was thrown at a ground floor window causing a 10p sized hole.
Huddersfield Road, Delph – Damage was caused to a communal picnic table during a neighbour dispute.
Please be aware that two of the burglaries were due to properties being insecure and the thefts from motor vehicles were either because high value items were left on display or the vehicles were insecure.
On 18th August a drugs warrant was conducted on Springwood Estate in Delph as a result of information received from local residents. The warrant proved positive.
Offenders have been arrested and charged in connection with the thefts of plantpots , hanging baskets and garden furniture in the area.
If you have any information relating to the Saddleworth North: August Monthly Crime Figures please contact Monica Seville, PCSO Kath Crompton or PC 09098 Mark Clough at: firstname.lastname@example.org or call on 0161 856 8825