|BURGLARY (Of homes)||3||4||1|
|BURGLARY OTHER (Shed, Garage, Business)||3||3||1|
|THEFT FROM A VEHICLE / vehicle interference||5||7||3|
|THEFT OF A MOTOR VEHICLE||2||0||2|
Springwood Estate – Unknown offenders gain access to property via insecure front door and remove car keys from a handbag and jewellery. Offenders then steal vehicle which is parked on neighbours driveway.
One male has been arrested and charged for this offence.
Delph Allotments , Holland Close – Unknown offenders approach a secure detached shed and using a screw driver remove screws from hinges and steal items from within.
Vehicle crime – (Theft from a motor vehicle and vehicle interference)
Rochdale Road, Denshaw – Offender uses a crow bar to force open a storage container and steal a leaf blower from inside.
Huddersfield Road, Denshaw – Offenders approach a parked secure vehicle and smash the offside drivers’ window. Once inside the vehicle they conduct an untidy search stealing items from within.
Platt Lane, Dobcross – Offenders smash front nearside window of vehicle.
Theft of a Motor Vehicle
Woods Lane, Dobcross – Offenders steal parked secure vehicle by unknown means.
Huddersfield Road, Austerlands – Offenders steal parked secure vehicle by unknown means.
Ward Lane, Diggle – Unknown offenders throw object at ground floor window causing it to smash.
Southgate, Dobcross – Unknown offender punches two small holes in each tyre of vehicle
Huddersfield Road, Scouthead – Victim attends filling station and stops at the pump asking the attendant to fill up his vehicle. Attendant does this then victim drives off, approx 5 miles later the vehicle breaks down and is recovered. A diagnostics test is conducted and fuel is said to be contaminated.
Huddersfield Road, Delph – Hydraulic drill attachment is stolen from the side of the road near to road works by unknown offenders.
Rivington Road, Springhead – Lead flashing is stolen from the roof of the garage by unknown offenders.
Huddersfield Road, Delph – Unknown offenders steal two bay trees in ceramic pots from either side of the properties front door.
Dobcross New Road, Dobcross – Victim is walking home when he is approached by the offender who demands the victim hands his property over. Offender pushes the victim causing him to fall over a wall hurting himself.
Be aware that theft from motor vehicles is still a problem in the area and please take all appropriate measures to stop yourself becoming the next victim.
PCSO Monica Seville and PCSO Kath Crompton
PC 09098 Mark Clough
Contact email@example.com or call us on 0161 856 8825
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