CLAYTON WEST: May 30, thieves cut chain and stole motorcycle. On same day, the driver’s door handle of a vehicle was snapped off in attempt to get into vehicle.
EMLEY: May 29, gained entry through a side door which was believed to have been locked. Tidy search was made and property was taken from shed at Woodhouse Farm Shop.
KIRKBURTON: June 1, smashed window with a stone.
SHEPLEY: June 1, gained entry to garage by unknown means, selected items from inside garage and made escape
June 1, smashed front offside window of vehicle and reached in to grab items before making off with same.
UPPER CUMBERWORTH: June 1, attacked the rear ground floor bedroom window, smashing the double glazed window pane and snapping the lock to open the window. Suspect/s then gained access via the open window and conducted an untidy search of the bedroom removing property.
SHELLEY: June 2, used unknown implement to cut fuel lines on fuel tank. Removed fuel tank from vehicle.
June 1, approached vehicle which was left unattended, locked and secure on the drive and removed before making off with same.
May 29, suspects broke in to vehicle and made good their escape with vehicle.
GRANGE MOOR: May 31, climbed on to wall gaining access on to flat roof at primary school and attempted to force upvc window by unknown means, causing damage to frame. Then proceeded to the rear of the premises and attempted to force rear wooded door by removing side panels to no gain.
May 31, caused damage to three fence panels by force, making them break and splinter.
May 30, threw paint at window of Sure Start centre causing damage to same, and also rooted through external post box before making off unseen.
May 30, stole vehicle by unknown means and made off with same. June 1, used bodily force to damage wind screen wipers.
UPPER CUMBERWORTH: June 1, approached the front glass panelled door. Using a piece of stone from the garden, attempted to smash lower glass panel which cracked but no entry was gained. Then attempted to smash a window panel to the side of the door, with a piece of stone. This again cracked but did not completely smash. Then smashed a rear front double glazed unit believed with a piece of stone, opened same and gained entry into the lounge. When inside a tidy search was conducted of all rooms.
CLAYTON WEST: June 3, removed scrap metal from front garden
SHEPLEY: June 2, attacked the left hand side of the metal garage door causing damage to the bolts allowing entry to be gained. Once inside the suspect(s) removed a motorbike, helmet and knife.