Thieves strike SEVEN times in a single day in Sheffield suburb

Thieves struck seven times in single day in a Sheffield suburb.

Thursday, 31st May 2018, 8:58 am
Updated Thursday, 31st May 2018, 9:02 am
Hayes Drive, Halfway. Picture: Google

All of the alleged offences took place in the south eastern part of the city within a 24 hour period between Tuesday, May 29, and Wednesday, May 30.

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They had forced their way in through an integrated garage door.

At some point that night at another property on the same street someone tried to prise open a garage door.

Nothing was taken but police believe both incidents are linked.

Police located a man suspected to have carried out the break-in and arrested him. He remains in custody this morning.

Sneaky thieves got through a window that had been left open at a home in Bartle Road, Gleadless, and stole a Playstation, items of clothing and tobacco.

Work clothing and a sat nav system was stolen from a van parked in Ralston Grove, Owlthorpe. However, some of the items were recovered a short distance away.

Number plates were discovered missing from a vehicle parked on Ashbourne Road, Handsworth, and are suspected to have been stolen.

A car window was smashed and empty laptop case stolen from a vehicle parked on Richmond Farm Mews, Handsworth.