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Doncaster crime round-up: Beds stolen after being put outside while carpets fitted.

CRIME: Crime scene.

CRIME: Crime scene.

The following crimes were reported to police on April 15 and 16. Anyone with information please call South Yorkshire Police on 101.

Rossington: Thieves stole a metal bunk-bed from outside a house on King George’s Road while they were put outside for a carpet to be fitted.

The beds had been put outside for a short time while the workmen fitted the carpet inside. It happened between 10am and 11.30am on Tuesday. Police think they were taken for their scrap metal value.

York Road: A bike worth £500 was stolen from outside the Morrison’s supermarket on York Road between 4pm and 4.35pm on Tuesday. Its lock and chain were also stolen.

Town centre: Thieves stole a bike which had been chained to a cycle rack outside Doncaster Civic Offices at Waterdale. The chain was also gone. It was taken between 1.30pm and 3pm.

Kirk Sandall: A CD player was stolen from a car on Sutton Road between 7.30pm on Monday and 5pm on Tuesday. No damage was reported to the vehicle, which was described as insecure.

Toll Bar: A car was stolen from outside a house on Manor estate after the keys were left in the ignition. The driver had got out to collect something from a friend’s home 10 yards away from where he was parked at 5.46pm. The blue Ford Focus was later recovered on Swan Street, Bentley. Police are appealing to find a white male suspect.

Bessacarr: Thieves took a car after stealing the keys in a burglary at a house on Bawtry Road. They took the silver Mercedes after forcing a rear door at the house between 11am and 3.30pm on Tuesday.

Askern: A burglary victim returned home from holiday to find their home on Doncaster Road had been raided by thieves. They had smashed a rear window to get inside and stole computer equipment and jewellery. The break-in was between 10.30am on Saturday April 12 and 10am on Tuesday April 15.

Belle Vue: A red, American-style mail box was stolen from a house on St Annes Road by suspected metal thieves. They struck between 10.30pm on Monday and 9.30am on Tuesday.

York Road: A motorist drove a Fiat Ducato car away from the petrol station at Morrison’s York Road store without paying for £40 worth of fuel. The driver in the 6.20pm incident was described as a white heavy set male, about 5ft 8ins tall, and aged about 45.

 
 
 

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