Doncaster crime round-up May 30: Intruders drive off in BMW

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The following crimes were reported to Doncaster police on May 29 and May 30. Anyone with information please call South Yorkshire Police on 101.

Rossington: A TV, computer, iPod, camera and radio were stolen when burglars snapped the lock on a rear door at a house in Grange Road on Wednesday night.

Dunsville: Sneak in raiders entered a house in St George’s Avenue on Wednesday night and took the ignition keys before driving off in a BMW X5.

Balby: A raider broke a patio door at a house in Rose Court just after 4am today to steal a laptop. A white male, 5ft 6ins tall, of medium build, was seen escaping over a fence.

Cantley: Power tools and a sander were taken from an outbuilding in Grice Close where the door was insecure.

Highfields: A £700 bicycle was stolen from outside a house in Coppice Road when it was left unattended in the front garden for an hour on Wednesday afternoon.

Denaby: A wooden garden bench was stolen from the front garden of a property in Northumberland Lane some time on wednesday night.

Intake: A thief cut the cable of a satellite dish and stole it from the rear of a house in Montrose Avenue yesterday afternoon.

Sprotbrough: A rear spoiler has been stolen from another parked Mercedes car, this one outside a house in Melton Road, on Wednesday night. It is the third in less than a week.