MAY 2012 update
|BURGLARY (Of homes)||6||1||2||3||0|
|BURGLARY OTHER (Shed, Garage, Business)||2||1||3||4||1|
|THEFT FROM A VEHICLE||1||1||0||1||5|
|THEFT OF A MOTOR VEHICLE||1||2||1||1||1|
On Green Lane, Moorside, lead flashing was stolen from the roof of dwelling
The rear boot window of a car was smashed on Oldham Rd, Denshaw.
Items were removed from the glove compartment of a car on Heywood Fold Rd, Springhead
Tools stolen were stolen from a vehicle on Doctor Lane, Scouthead.
The rear windscreen of a car was broken and the parcel shelf removed on Grains Road, Delph .
A hand bag was stolen from an insecure vehicle on Sunfield Lane, Delph.
Tools stolen from an insecure vehicle at Gateshead Business Park, Delph.
Windows were damaged on allotments on Gartside Street, Delph.
A fence was damaged at the garden centre on Dobcross New Rd, Dobcross.
A vehicle was damaged on Holland Close.
Damage was caused to property during a domestic incident on Huddersfield Road , Austerlands.
Anti Social Behaviour
Greater Manchester Police are receiving numerous reports of green-house windows being smashed by youths using the Swan Meadow play area in the evenings.
Local residents and passing motorists on Denshaw Rd ,Delph are having problems with youths throwing objects into the road.
There continues to be an increase in damage to and thefts from vehicles in the Saddleworth area. Please do not leave any valuables on display and ensure that your vehicles are locked.
If you have any information regarding the above please contact Greater Manchester Police on 0161 856 4525 or email to: Saddleworthandlees.firstname.lastname@example.org