Doncaster crime round-up - break-in at football club, burglars strike at pub.
Please call police on 101 if you have any information about these crimes, which were reported on April 7 and April 8.
Bentley: Thieves targeted the mobile building at Bentley Miners Welfare grounds which is used by Bentley Colliery FC. The raid is thought to have been between April 1 and April 5 at the premises on The Avenue.Plumbing was ripped out, causing around £2,000 worth of damage.
Wheatley: Thieves broke into to Cumberland Hotel and attacked two fruit machines to obtain money from them. The raid was between midnight and 8am on Monday morning.
Scawsby: A bike was stolen from outside Aldi, on Barnsley Road, between 2.30pm and 2.45pm on Monday. It had been left outside the shop while its owner was inside shopping. It had not been chained.
Thorne: A mountain bike was stolen from a garden at a house in King Street, at around 11.15am on Monday.
Town centre: Thieves took a £500 mountain bike from outside Doncaster railway station. It had been locked, but when the owner returned he found the chain but no bike. It was taken between 4pm and 10pm on Monday.
Woodlands: a motorbike was stolen when burglars broke into a garage at Stafford Road. Raiders got in via the roof and took the yellow Suzuki motorbike. overnight from Sunday to Monday.
Bessacarr: A pedal cycle and tools were stolen in a shed break-in on Ellers Road between 4pm on Sunday and midday on Monday.
Bessacarr: A lawn mower and power tools were stolen from a shed in a break-in at St Eric’s Road. It was between 10.30pm on Sunday and 11.30am on Monday.
Hatfield: Would-be burglars are thought to have fled the scene after lights were switched on at a house on Millard Avenue. The occupant turned on lights after hearing a bang on Sunday night and later found the lock at been broken.
Moss: A stables was broken into on Will Bridge Lane, Moss, on Sunday night. A horse exercise trap was stolen.