Doncaster crime round-up May 23: Two burglaries in Thorne

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The following crimes were reported in Doncaster on May 22 and 23. Anyone with information contact South Yorkshire Police on 101.

Thorne: Burglars threw a brick through a house window in Ellison Street between 9am and 5.30pm yesterday and took a purse and wallet containing £100.

Wheatley: Intruders entered a house in Canterbury Road through an insecure window yesterday morning and took an iPad and computer.

Auckley: A house in the The Hollows was burgled via an upstairs window and £300 worth of jewellery taken.

Thorne: Raiders smashed the glass in the back door to get into a house on Fieldside and stole a £400 computer.

Dunscroft: A shed door in The Oval was forced by a thief who took a £400 petrol lawnmower.

Edenthorpe: Burglars forced a window to get into the Eden Arms on Eden Field Road and took an estimated £500 from two gaming machines at 2.40am today.

Denaby Main: A BMX bike was stolen when a teenager left it unattended outside a house in Harlington Court around 5pm on Wednesday.

Mexborough: A thief stole the spare wheel from underneath a Volkswagen van parked on Montagu Street on Wednesday night.

Bentley: Thieves who slipped into the rear garden of a house in Fisher Street made off with a garden furniture and a barbecue worth a totla of £280.