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Doncaster weekend crime round up

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Doncaster crime round up for Monday, May 5.

Mexborough: A £600 TV was stolen by burglars who removed a fence panel to gain access to the grounds of Highgrove Manor, West Road, and climbed through a window in the conservatory early on Sunday.

Tickhill: A garden hose worth £100 was stolen from the greenhouse of a property in Saffron Crescent in the early hours of Sunday.

Cantley: The padlock was forced off a shed in Cantley Lane and a mower stolen.

Rossington: The hinges were unscrewed from a shed in Lime Tree Crescent and £500 worth of fishing tackle taken.

Hatfield: A satnav was stolen from an insecure parked Ford Fiesta in Tower Gardens.

Town centre: Phones and purses were taken from the Coco bar in Silver Street and the Woolpack on Market Place in the early hours of Sunday.

Askern: A brick was thrown through the window of a Vauxhall Astra parked in Coniston Road before it was set on fire.

Armthorpe: A man has been charged with theft after a £1,400 bicycle was stolen from outside a house in Glebe Farm Close.

 

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