Doncaster crime round-up May 28 - £13,000 digger stolen

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The following crimes were reported in Doncaster on May 26 and 27. Anyone with information contact South Yorkshire Police on 101.

Wheatley Hills: A wallet containing £20 was stolen when the occupant of a house in The Grove left the back door unlocked on Monday night.

Bessacarr: A woman of 76 found her purse missing from the kitchen table of her home in Winterton Close on Monday afternoon when the door.

Sunnyfields: A handbag and purse were stolen from a house in Rosedale Road by a thief who got in through an insecure door.

Wheatley: Jewellery to the value of £5,000 and a laptop have been stolen from a house in Barnby Dun Road by intruders who forced the rear door on Tuesday afternoon. A man on a pedal cycle was seen acting suspiciously.

Intake/Lakeside: Rear spoilers have been stolen from two Mercedes cars parked in Leger Way and at Doncaster Leisure Park.

Dunscroft: Metal removed while a drive in The Crescent was being resurfaced were stolen on Tuesday morning. They are valued at £150.

Hatfield: Topiary balls and garden statues worth £100 have been taken from a garden in Cemetery Road.

Bawtry: A mini digger valued at £13,000 was taken from the building site next to the Cooper and Griffin pub in High Street over last weekend.