Doncaster crime round-up - jewellery stolen in burglaries

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The following crimes were reported to Doncaster police on July 2. Anyone with information should call police on 101.

Rossington: Burglars snapped the lock of a rear door at a house in Windsor View yesterday and got away with jewellery, a computer, camera, camcorder and iPad worth about £3,000.

Hatfield: An insecure ground floor window allowed burglars to get into a property in Manor Road yesterday afternoon and steal around £3,000 worth of jewellery.

Conisbrough: The padlock of a shed on the Northcliffe Road allotments was forced on Tuesday night and a quantity of hand tools were stolen.

Rossington: Two children’s BMX bikes were stolen from the outbuilding of a house in Ormonde Way on Tuesday night.

Scawsby: A mountain bike was stolen from outside the Ridgewood School in Barnsley Road sometime before 3pm yesterday after the lock was forced.

Bawtry: A man of stocky build with a black hooded top was seen nearby when a car alarm went off in Binbrook Court at 5am today. A £200 iPod was stolen.

Wheatley Hills: A satnav was stolen when the passenger window of a car parked in Central Avenue was broken into.

Balby: Sportswear was stolen from the washing line and solar lights were taken from the rear garden of a house in Warmsworth Road.

Highfields: Metal gates propped against the side of a house in Coppice Road were stolen on Tuesday night and gates also disappeared from outside a house in Teapot Corner, Clayton.

Dunscroft: A pair of ornamental dogs have been stolen from the garden of a property in Broadway during daylight yesterday.