Neighbourhood Police Update W/c 19th March 2012

Faithwatch
A radiator and some other scrap items have been stolen from a garden on Bransdale Avenue, Guiseley.  Also at Rawdon Crematorium workmen have left the site for the day and when they return the following morning they discover that some specialist piping has been stolen. The TRIBE hairdressers in Yeadon has had some lead flashing stolen overnight from above the window at the front of the shop. On Church Lane, Adel a Mercedes Sprinter van has had the whole of the exhaust system stolen whilst it had been locked and secure at the roadside overnight.

Farmwatch
The Cricket ground on Fink Hill, Horsforth has had the standalone pavilion building broken into. The suspect’s have removed the lock to the door and have stolen a Bull Mastiff Randsome Lawnmower. OnBrownberrie Lane, Horsforth a loading Shovel that looks like a small JCB (plant equipment) has been stolen.

Crime
There has been 1 report of burglary, which has occurred on Heathfield, whilst the occupants were upstairs asleep, suspect’s have used a molegrip type tool on the rear UPVC door, they have tried to snap the euro profile lock but have not been successful and have made off empty handed.

On Smithy Mills Lanea wooden garden shed has been broken into by suspect’s causing extensive damage to the door and on Church Lanea Mercedes Sprinter van has had the whole of the exhaust system stolen whilst it had been locked and secure at the roadside overnight.

ASB
A call has been received about a mini motorbike on the Bedquilts playing fields, an area search was conducted but no bike was to be found in the area.

For full police report of North West Outer NPT please click here…

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