These incidents were reported to West Yorkshire Police this week.
Burglars stole a computer and radio equipment from a home in Newsome Road South, on August 2, after kicking out the lower panel of a side door. The burglars made a very untidy search of the property and fled after turning on the kitchen and bathroom taps.
Paintwork on the nearside of a Hyundai I20 was scratched on August 1 as it was parked on Caldercliffe Road, Berry Brow, at 5pm.
A Renault Clio was scratched all down the side on July 30 as it was parked on Caldercliffe Road, Berry Brow, at 4pm.
A communal meeting room at Bishops Court, Woodhead Road, Berry Brow, was smashed at 9.50pm on August 4.
CROSLAND MOOR, NETHERTON
Thieves drilled a hole in the fuel tank of a Skoda Roomster and drained it while the car was parked on Boothroyd Drive, Crosland Moor, at 6pm on August 1.
A pallet of Yorkshire stone was damaged at J W Quarries on Thewlis Lane, Crosland Hill, on August 2, after criminals opened the shrink wrapped goods at 5pm and threw them on the ground.
A Stihl strimmer padlocked to a trailer was stolen from Walpole Road, Crosland Moor, at 11.15am on August 4.
Would-be burglars made an unsuccessful attempt to enter premises on Victoria Road, Lockwood, on August 4 at 9pm, after first tampering with the security system.
A vehicle on Park Road West, Crosland Moor, was damaged on August 6 at 4am.
Number plates from an Audi A4 were stolen at 7.20am as the car was parked on Carr Street, Marsh.
An air weapon or BB gun was used to damage the outer pane of a double-glazed window on Halifax Old Road, Birkby, at 2.20pm on August 3.
A window in a building on Gledholt Road, Gledholt, was smashed by unknown means on August 4 at 5.15pm.
The rear window of a Toyota Yaris parked on Willow Lane, Birkby, was smashed at 10.30pm on August 5.
A TV and jewellery were stolen from a property in Whitacre Close, Deighton, on August 4, by burglars who distracted the owner.
A suspect asked to use the toilet at 4.30am while another kept the victim talking. The thefts were spotted after the suspects had left the building.
The front number plate from a Chevrolet Aveo was stolen on August 4 as the vehicle was parked on Hopkinson Road, Brackenhall, at 8pm.
Raiders made off with a satnav from a Ford Fiesta parked in New Hey Road, Rastrick, on August 5 at 10pm. Entry was gained via the passenger front door.
Computer equipment, jewellery and cash were stolen from a home in Cross Green Road, Dalton, at 1pm on August 6. The burglars gained entry by smashing the bottom panel of a UPVC door and made an untidy search of all rooms.