LATEST CRIME FIGURES ADEL & WHARFEDALE WARD – 25th March to 3rd April

These are the latest crime figures supplied by the police for the period of 25th March to 3rd April.

ADEL

Robbery – none

Burglary

Derwent Drive, overnight suspects smash rear wooden door to property, once inside jewellery and money have been stolen.

Broomfield, during the day whilst victim is in the garden and door insecure, suspect enters property and steals jewellery and mobile phone.

Wayland Drive, during the day, suspects approach side door to property, once inside jewellery and car keys taken, suspects then make off in victims Range Rover.

Theft from Motor Vehicle – none

Theft of Motor Vehicle – none

Theft – none

 

BRAMHOPE

Burglary

Breary Lane East, during the day, victim is in the garden and door is left insecure, suspect enters property and steals watches and jewellery.

Robbery – none

Theft from Motor Vehicle

The Sycamores, overnight suspects have attempted to steal an indicator/side light from a vehicle but the alarm sounds and they make off.

Otley Road, during the day, suspect has smashed the window to a vehicle but have made off without entering the car.

Theft of Motor Vehicle

Otley Road, over a 3 day/night period there have been 3 vehicles stolen, 2 of the vehicles stolen have been work vans and the 3rd vehicle may have been stolen with keys as the victim thinks they may have dropped the keys near to the car.  Enquiries are ongoing at this time. 

 

 

HOLT PARK

Burglary

Holt Park Rise, night time, suspects have broken the rear door lock, once inside electrical items have been stolen

Robbery – none

Theft from Motor Vehicle – none

Theft of Motor Vehicle – none

 

COOKRIDGE

Robbery – none

Burglary

Kirkwood Way, overnight suspects have used a hook type implement to put through the letterbox and hook house key and car keys, they have used the keys to enter the property and taken items from inside before making off in the vehicle.

The car was found a short time later and a 36 year old male has been arrested and is being questioned in regards to the burglary

Cookridge Drive, overnight suspects have snapped the lock on the rear UPVC door, once inside jewellery and cash have been stolen.

Theft from Motor Vehicle – none

Theft of Motor Vehicle – none

POOL

Robbery – none

Burglary – none

Theft from Motor Vehicle – none

Theft of Motor Vehicle – none