|Burglary (Of homes)||1||0||6|
|Burglary Other (Shed, Garage, Business)||0||1||1|
|Theft from a Vehicle||5||0||4|
|Theft of a Motor Vehicle||0||1||3|
Rivington Road , Springhead – Offenders used a garden rock to smash a patio door window to gain access to the property.
Heywood Fold Road – Offenders attempted to smash two windows with a brick but were unsuccessful.
Woodbrook Avenue , Springhead – Offenders entered the property via an insecure kitchen window and stole property.
Old Lane, Austerlands – Offenders gained access to the property via an insecure patio door and stole property. They were disturbed by the home owner and fled.
Dobcross New Road, Dobcross – Offenders forced the rear kitchen door and made an untidy search. Several items were stolen.
Delph Lane, Delph – Offenders attempted to enter the property via an insecure kitchen door. They were disturbed by the home owner and fled.
Delph Lane, Delph – Offenders forced a garden shed lock and stole several items.
Vehicle crime – Theft from a motor vehicle and theft of a vehicle
Standedge Road, Diggle – Offenders smashed the window of an unattended vehicle. Nothing was stolen.
Oldham Road ,Dobcross – Offenders approached two insecure vehicles parked inside the grounds and removed items.
Ward Lane , Diggle – Offenders smashed the window of a vehicle and removed a handbag.
Ripponden Road, Denshaw – Offenders removed the front, rear offside and nearside doors, the rear windscreen and bonnet from a Land Rover Defender.
Oldham Road, Denshaw – Offenders stole a locked Land Rover Defender.
Clydesdale Rise, Diggle – Offenders stole a locked Land Rover Defender.
Rochdale Road , Denshaw – Offenders stole a locked vehicle. It was later recovered.
Ripponden Road, Denshaw – Offenders gained access to the car park of a public house and cut the battery on a Land Rover Defender. They activated the alarm and fled.
Gloucester Drive , Diggle – Offenders damaged the window of a stationary unattended caravan.
PCSO Monica Seville says, “As you can tell from the figures, burglary of dwelling and vehicle crime has increased in Saddleworth North. If you own a Land Rover Defender and have a garage please consider using it especially overnight when most of the thefts are taking place. Can we also ask that if you witness any suspicious activity or persons in the area that you report them to the police as soon as possible.”
PCSO Monica Seville and PCSO Kath Crompton can be contacted at: email@example.com or on 0161 856 8825.