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|BURGLARY OTHER (Shed, Garage, Business)||8||2||2||3|
|THEFT FROM A VEHICLE||1||2||2||0|
|THEFT OF A MOTOR VEHICLE||0||1||1||4|
Burglary Dwelling in Saddleworth North
Knarr Lane, Delph – Unknown offenders entered the property via an insecure ground floor window. Propery, car keys and a car were stolen.
Ladcastle Road , Dobcross – Offenders gained access by breaking a patio door window with a brick. An untidy search was conducted and property stolen.
Ladcastle Road, Dobcross – Offenders gained access to the property via an insecure conservatory door and stole items from within.
Rochdale Road, Denshaw – Three males in a white transit van were seen at the scene of the burglary. One male smashed the lower ground floor window using a brick. Property was stolen.
Wall Hill Road, Dobcross – Offenders forced a rear ground floor door. They searched the property, but nothing was taken.
Burglary Other in Saddleworth North
Palin Wood Road, Delph – Offenders stole a motorbike from an insecure garage.
Dale Lane, Delph – Offenders forced the padlock on the door of a workshop and stole electric power tools.
Knott Hill Lane, Delph – Offenders removed glass from a window frame setting of an alarm. They failed to gain access.
Vehicle crime – Theft of a motor vehicle x 4
Huddersfield Road, Delph – A BMW M Sport was stolen by unknown means.
Denshaw Road, Delph – A secure, parked motor home was stolen by unknown means.
Stoneswood Road, Delph – A parked, secure, Landrover Defender was stolen. It was later recovered in the Rochdale area.
Low Gate Lane, Delph – Landrover Discovery was stolen and later abandoned on Grains Road, Delph
Criminal Damage in Saddleworth North
Oldham Road, Denshaw – damage to motor vehicle.
There has been an increase in burglaries in the area, Please consider the following
If you do not have a house alarm, please consider having one fitted.
Please use your alarm and set it when you go to bed.
Close and lock all of your windows if you leave your address.
Don’t leave outside doors insecure even if you are inside your home.
Don’t leave house or car keys in or near to doors, or where they can be seen from outside.
Consider your home security at all times.
For further information contact PCSO Monica Seville, PCSO Kath Crompton and PC 09098 Mark Clough at: email@example.com or calla call on 0161 856 8825