Crimes reported in Doncaster on Monday March 24. Anyone with information call police on 101.
Bentley: An i-pad was stolen from a house on Arksey Lane, at around 11am, after a man walked into the property while the occupant was in his garage, with the front door unlocked.
The householder saw the suspect in his utility room when he came back inside. The suspect said he had entered the house looking for his own bike, and was told to get out.
He was described as white, 5ft 9ins tall, aged 38, medium build and with a local accent. Crime number A/28319
Woodlands: Two motorbikes were stolen from a house on Fairview Avenue between 8.30pm on Monday and 3.20am on Tuesday. They were a Honda and Suzuki. The Honda has been recovered by police
Sprotbrough: Thieves broke a window between to get into a house on Old Hall Close, where they stole jewellery. It happened between 8am and 7pm. Crime number A/28437/14
Sprotbrough: Jewellery and cash was stolen by raiders who removed a window to get into a house on Park Drive between 9am and 6pm. Crime number A28418/14.
Bawtry: A mountain bike was stolen from a garage on Park Road between 11pm last night and 5am today. The door had been left open.
Skellow: Thieves are suspected of trying to break into a house on Crossfield Drive on Monday eventing, but were unable to get in through the patio window.
Cantley: Garden furniture and a lawn mower were stolen from a garden at Levitt Road, between 10pm on Monday and 6.15am on Tuesday. They were taken from the rear garden.
Town centre: Thieves stole a mobile phone from an unlocked car which was parked outside the Plumb Centre, on West Street, at 10.30am. The motorist had only been away from his car for five minutes, said police.