Doncaster crime round-up - serious vandalism at nature reserve

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The following crimes were reported to Doncaster police on June 18. Anyone with information please call South Yorkshire Police on 101.

Balby: Intruders have gained access to the Potteric Carr nature reserve off Mallard Way sometime between Sunday and yesterday afternoon and have wrecked a footbridge, causing about £500 worth of damage.

Bentley: A shoplifter aged about 38 entered the Pets At Home store on Centurion Park yesterday mrongin and stole five dog leads worth £35.

Town centre: A jobseeker who left his pedal cycle insecure in Princegate while visiting the Jobcentre returned at 11.25am yesterday to find it had been stolen.

Hatfield: A brass outdoor tap worth £20 was stolen from outside a house in Homestead Garth, Hatfield, last night, leaving water running for much of the night.

Campsall: A householder living in Willow Road disturbed an intruder trying to saw through the padlock of a garage at 1.50am today.

Adwick-le-Street: Burglars entered a shed in Osprey Close through the roof and exited via the door with a £1,000 black and yellow Cobra off-road motorcycle.

Cantley: A lawnmower was stolen form a shed in Warden Close; a bag of tools from the Paddock pub on Cantley Lane; and raiders forced the patio door of a house in St Wilfrid’s Road but it is not yet known what was stolen.

Edlington: Power tools worth £800 were stolen when workmen left a door insecure at a house in Broomhouse Lane.

Bentley: Intruders entered a house in The Avenue last night through an insecure back door and took a flatscreen television.