Doncaster crime round-up - garden thieves still busy

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The following crimes were reported to police on June 25. Anyone with information call South Yorkshire Police on 101.

Town Moor: Two Asian males, one fat and one thin, were duisturbed burgling a house in Town Moor Avenue yesterday morning. They forced the rear door and searched the property but nothing was stolen.

Bessacarr: A bag of shopping was stolen when a door was left insecure at a house in Roxby Close yesterday afternoon.

Conisbrough: The door of a house in Kearsley Lane was left open on Tuesday morning and an intruder took a handbag which was dumped nearby, minus a purse and phone.

Conisbrough: A garage in Park Road was broken into on Tuesday night and £2,000 worth of electrical tools were stolen.

Wheatley Hills: Fishing tackle and a power drill were taken when raiders forced the door of a garage in Oakhill Road.

Cantley: Two insecure pedal cycles have been stolen from the garden of a house in Sincil Way overnight on Tuesday.

Dunscroft: Garden planters have been stolen from two properties in Sheep Dip Lane.

Rossington: Garden thieves have taken a barbecue from Farringdon Drive, planters from Sylvestria Court, and dug up a bay tree from Shooters Hill Drive.

Hatfield: A garden bench was stolen from Hoddesdon Crescent on Tuesday night and three hanging baskets from Hund Oak Drive.