Weekly crime update [NOT PROTECTIVELY MARKED]

See latest weekly crime update for Adel and Wharfedale ward below.

In the past seven days there has been the following acquisitive crime in our ward area;

Overnight on the 27-28th January there was a burglary on Green Lane, Cookridge. Entry was made via the rear door of the property and car keys were taken and then used to drive away in a Mercedes vehicle. This is under investigation.

Between the 24-29th January entry was forced to a property on Dunstarn Lane, Adel, it is not known if anything was taken as the occupant has been away.

There was a daytime burglary at Hilton Mews, Bramhope where suspects arrived in a blue VW Golf, they entered the property and took keys for a BMW before driving away in this. The VW Golf is believed to be on false number plates. This burglary is under investigation and further details cannot be given at this time.

At around 2100 hours on the 30th January there was a burglary at Cookridge Drive, Cookridge where the suspect entered via a rear door and made a search of a handbag before making off. Please make sure you lock your doors when at home.

At around 0600 hours on the 1st February a person forced entry to a garage at the The Hollies, Pool and stole tools and a pedal cycle.

Between the 1-3rd February a burglary occurred at Parklands, Bramhope, a patio door was smashed and entry gained, bottles of alcohol were stolen.

On the evening of the 3rd February a window was smashed at a home on Adel Pasture, Adel and jewellery was stolen.

A Mercedes Sprinter van was stolen from Holtdale Garth this week by unknown means, this is the third such offence in several weeks. If you have a Mercedes Sprinter put a steering wheel or hand brake lock on it as an additional measure as these vans are being taken without the keys.

Many thanks,

Karina
PC 5201 INGHAM
Ward Manager Adel and Wharfedale
Leeds District – Outer North West
Otley Police Station, Bridge Street, Otley, LS21 3BA
Internal: 26265
External: 101
To report a crime, please ring 101. Always dial 999 in an emergency.

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