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Doncaster Crime round-up: Classroom burgled, cars broken into

CRIME: Crime scene.

CRIME: Crime scene.

Doncaster Crime round-up, April 9: Classroom burgled, cars broken into

The following crimes were reported to police on April 9 and April 10. Anyone with information please call South Yorkshire Police on 101.

High Melton: Burglars broke into a classroom at Doncaster College’s High Melton site on Monday night, between 10pm on Monday and 6am on Tuesday. Two Apple computers were stolen after a door had been forced.

Scawthorpe: A sat-nav was stolen from a car on Jossey Lane on Monday night. Thieves had broken into the Ford Mondeo.

Adwick-le-Street: Tools were taken from a Volkswagen Caddy at Falcon Close between 10pm Tuesday and Wednesday 6.30pm.

Belle Vue: A Vauxhall Astra had a window smashed and a mobile phone stolen at St Peter’s Primary School. It happened between 7pm and 9pm on Tuesday evening.

Intake: Electrical items and jewellery were stolen from a house on Zetland Road, Intake, after raiders broke the lock on a patio door, between 11am and 6.30pm on Tuesday.

Hyde Park: Would-be burglars tried to get into a house on Welbeck Road, on between 10pm and Monday and 8am Tuesday, but failed to get in.

Bessacarr: A lock on an outbuilding was forced by potential thieves at a house on Bessacarr Lane between Friday and Tuesday at 6pm, but nothing was stolen.

Bessacarr: Three mountain bikes were stolen from a garage on Ellers Drive between 8am on Monday and 5pm on Tuesday. Burglars had broken in.

Woodlands: Power tools were stolen from a shed at Fourth Avenue between Monday at 4pm and Tuesday at 9am. The lock had been forced.

Town centre: A bicycle was stolen from a bike rack outside the Frenchgate Centre between 5pm and 8pm on Monday. The mountain bike was padlocked, but thieves had cut through the chain.

Wheatley: Three tyres were slashed on a Volkswagen Golf car on Penistone Street on Monday night. The criminal damage happened between 4pm on Monday and 8am on Tuesday.

 
 
 

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