A suspect stole their friend's car when they got out to pick up a takeaway.

Also in this week's round up, thieves took a door off its hinges, and removed glass window panes in three separate burglaries.


February 4 at 12.00 pm: A euro-profile lock of a front door was snapped on Forrest Avenue, the door was taken off its hinges and placed against an adjacent chimney breast, there was no sign of a search, burglars left the scene leaving some mole grips and a screwdriver in the garden.


February 4 at 5pm: Thieves entered an insecure Kia Ceed on Platnam Grove, they made an untidy search and stole an iPod Nano, 4 x 3d glasses, compact discs and a remote control for a driveway gate.

February 5 at 4.30pm: Curtains and an electric heater were stolen from a property on Clement Street.

February 8 in the late evening: A victim who was driving to a takeaway shop had a suspect in car with him. Whilst the victim was getting his takeaway on St John’s Road the suspect stole the vehicle. Suspect was found by police later that evening.


February 8 at 9pm: Both rear and side doors were attacked of a property on Trinity Street, burglars caused some damage but no entry was gained and nothing was stolen.


February 9 at 6.50pm: A Volvo 360 was parked at the roadside with the engine running and keys in the ignition on Church Street . An unknown male jumps in and drives off with the vehicle. The vehicle is later recovered by police.


February 5 at 6.30pm: Thieves attempted to gain entry by kicking a door at the rear on Ball Royd Road, they then smashed a window next to the door and scampered from the property.


February 7 in the early hours of the morning: Suspects approached a Toyota Proace, they tried the side door to the vehicle and activated the alarm, and fled from the scene, the Police were called.


February 7 at 1.38am: Burglars approached a white Iveco box van which was parked on a petrol station forecourt on Leeds Road, they stole a blue disabled badge and timer and made off with these.

February 23 at 1pm: Thieves broke in via a rear UPVC door by removing the lock on Mirarmar, they made an untidy search and stole clothing and jewellery.


February 9 at 12pm: A window was smashed of a front porch, the front door panel was kicked through and an interior door lock was tampered with, nothing was believed to have been stolen.


February 5 at 11am: Wires were snapped securing a ladder to a wall and same was used to reach a rear bedroom window which was then partially removed, access was gained to the property on Alderstone Rise, thieves entered a bedroom but no evidence of a search, they exited as entry, the alarm was not activated.

February 20 in the early hours of the morning: An attempt was made to break in via a rear garage door on Hall Lee Fold, damage was caused to the door, no entry was gained.


February 6 at 2.16 am: Glass was damaged of a front door on Lowerhouses Lane and living room windows by throwing stones at the same.


February 6 at 9.30am: A glass panel was removed from a window frame on Taylor Hill Road, entry was gained and garden power tools were stolen.

February 6 at 9pm: A motorcycle was stolen from a driveway of a property on Taylor Hill Road.

February 6 at 10.30pm: A window was smashed of a Volkswagen Golf parked on Primrose Hill, nothing was believed to have been stolen.

February 10 at 3pm: Burglars entered through a rear bedroom window on New Laithe Hill, made an untidy search of the entire house and stole property.


February 7 at 2.45 am: Suspects have approached the property on Springdale Avenue and tried all 3 door handles, front, side and rear, no entry was gained, Police are contacted.

February 21 at 1.04 am: A suspect tried to open a front door of a property on Meltham Road but no entry was gained.


February 5 at 9.30 am A jumper and keys were taken from the property on Fernside Crescent.


February 7 at 9pm: A Volkswagen Transporter was entered by unknown means on Scholes Moor Road and a baby carseat, tools and rucksack were stolen.

February 8 at 10pm: A Landrover Defender was stolen by unknown means on Woodhead Road.


February 8 at 10.30pm: A conservatory window was smashed at Totties disturbing the neighbours, thieves fled the scene, no entry was gained.


February 19 at 1pm: An insecure Vauxhall Vivaro van was entered via a side door and machine tools were stolen.


February 21 at 1.45 am: Burglars entered via an insecure front door on Holmeside Close, they were disturbed by the occupant, but fled the scene with a mobile phone and some clothing.