Please see the below crime update for Adel and Wharfedale Ward from PC Karina Ingham;

In the past seven days the majority of crime types has been very low across the ward, however, there have been a number of burglary offences.

Between the 27-29th July a garden shed was broken in to on Green Lane, Cookridge and a BBQ was stolen.

Between the 28-29th July a property under renovation on Farrar Lane, Adel had a window smashed, it is believed the people involved were trying to gain entry to the property.

At around 4am on the 28th July a home owner was awoken on Oaklands Close, Adel after suspects gained entry in to his home by snapping the lock of his external door. They made off on being disturbed.

On the 27th July, during the day, a suspect smashed a rear patio door on Willow Court, Pool and entered an address, they stole items of jewellery.

Between the 25-27th July a quantity of Yorkshire stone slabs were stolen from the pavement at Long Causeway, Adel.

Although the lock funding money for the ward has now been spent, please consider upgrading your locks to current British standard snap proof locks.

Following vehicle crime initiatives in our local car parks, which will continue throughout August, vehicle crime has fallen. Please remember not to leave valuables and handbags in cars as you never know who is watching!


Ward Manager Adel and Wharfedale Leeds District – Outer North West
Otley Police Station, Bridge Street, Otley, LS21 3BA
Internal: 26265
External: 101

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