Harrogate Police are appealing for information about the following incidents which occurred in last week.
l Overnight between October 18 and 19 a vehicle was broken into whilst parked on Coronation Road and a Stihl saw stolen overnight.
l Between the October 16 and 18 a house was broken into on Stonefall Avenue and jewellery and silverware was stolen.
l Sometime between 5.50pm and 8.30pm on October 18 a house was broken into on Larch Grove, Pannal and two laptops and an Ipad were stolen.
l A shed was broken into on Cawthorn avenue overnight between October 18 and 19 and a lawnmower extension lead and chair were stolen.
l Overnight between October 18 and 19 a shed was broken into on Knaresborough Road and an old blue mountain bike and a white mens Specialized mountain bike with skulls on the frame were stolen.
l Two vehicles were vandalised, one whilst parked on Kings Road and the other parked on Oxford Street between October 18 and 19..
l At around 3am on October 19 four cars were damaged whilst parked on Newby Crescent.
l Between 2am and noon on October 20 a car was vandalised whilst parked on Olive Grove.
l Between October 19 and 20 a silver Dunlop men’s mountain bike was stolen from outside a property on Bower Road.
l On October 19 a cycle was stolen from Station Parade. A man was later arrested and the cycle recovered.
l On October 20 a handbag was stolen from a shopping trolley from a store on Station Parade. A man and woman were arrested shortly after.
Anyone who can help should call Harrogate Police on 101.
Crime prevention advice
Whilst out shopping always keep hold of handbags. Always keep it in view and make sure place purses and phones are secured and out of sight.
On Sunday 27th October from 12 to 4pm PCSO Jim Skaith will be holding a bike show at Bilton Youth club on Bilton Lane. There will be Security marking, agility course, guided rides to Ripley and other cycling related activities.
On Wednesday 30th October PC Ridout will be holding a Police surgery at St Peters Church, Cambridge Road from 10am to 12 noon.