Crime March April May June July Aug
Burglary(Of Homes) 0 3 1 4 2 5
Burglary Other(Shed, Garage, Business) 0 2 3 6 3 6
Theft From A Vehicle 5 1 3 2 4 4
Theft Of A Motor Vehicle 2 1 0 1 1 1
Criminal Damage 3 5 2 3 3 5
Robbery 0 0 0 0 0 0











Burglary (Dwelling)

Stoneswood Road, Delph – Offenders gained entry through an insecure rear door and stole electrical items.

Barmeadow, Dobcross – Offenders gained access through an insecure patio door. Several items stolen.

Lodge Lane, Delph – Male offender jemmied open a conservatory window with a garden spade. He then used a spade to smash a kitchen window to gain access to property. He made his way up to the first floor and entered a bedroom where he was disturbed by the occupant. The offender fled the property via the front door which was unlocked. Items were stolen from the property.

Clydesdale Rise, Diggle – Offenders broke into a garage causing damage to a door. They made their way into the house via an insecure internal door. Keys and a wallet were taken plus a number of other items. Offenders made off using the house owner’s vehicle.

Ambrose Crescent, Diggle – Unknown offenders forced a patio door handle but failed to gain entry.


Burglary (Other)

Thorpe Close, Austerlands – Unknown offender(s) forced a door handle and lock on a garage door with an unknown instrument. Property was taken.

Friarmere Cricket Club, Denshaw Road, Delph – Unknown offender/s removed an outer plastic frame from a window and two double glazed units to gain entry to the pavilion. Although they activated the alarm, items were taken.

Oldham Road, Denshaw – Offender/s forced a panel off a secure shed and removed property.

Spurn Lane, Diggle – Offender/s forced a rear ground floor door to gain entry to a building being refurbished and removed a quantity of copper.

Three Crowns, Huddersfield Road, Scouthead – Unknown offender jemmied off an hasp and staple to gain entry to a walk in, outdoor refridgerator. Several items were stolen.

Golden Fleece, Oldham Road, Denshaw – Unknown offender/s  entered a premises via an open front door and took vehicle keys from a sideboard. They left in the owners vehicle.


Vehicle crime – Theft from a Vehicle

Grains Road, Delph – Car window smashed. The vehicle was searched but nothing stolen.

Grains Road, Delph – Offenders cut a motorcycle’s fuel pipe and siphoned fuel from the tank.

Diglea, Diggle – Offender stole a handbag from a car’s front seat whilst it was being unloaded.

Newbank Garden Centre, Dobcross – The front offside quarter light, the catalytic convertor, the exhaust and a number of tools were removed from a car parked in the car park.


Vehicle crime -Theft of a Motor Vehicle / Vehicle Interference

Den Lane, Springhead – Offenders gained entry to a parked vehicle and removed the cover off the centre of the steering wheel. Whilst doing so they activate the car horn which woke the owner. Two males fled towards Stamford Road.


Criminal Damage

Grains Road, Delph – Damage to vehicle

Woodbrook Road – Damage to vehicle

Huddersfield Road, Diggle – Damage to vehicle

King Street, Delph – Damage to out building

Hudderfield Road, Scouthead – Damage to letterbox



Two male youths received restorative justice after causing criminal damage to an outbuilding located on King Street, Delph.



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