Drug sniffer dogs patrol streets

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DRUG sniffer dogs have been used on the streets of Stannington, Hillsborough and Upperthorpe in Sheffield to look for people with illegal substances. Police said they found a small number of people in possession of cannabis and the dog patrols will be repeated.

In a separate case, a man has been charged with producing and supplying cannabis following a raid on a house on Dykes Hall Road, Hillsborough. The 49-year-old was arrested by officers who executed a search warrant at the property.

POLICE are hunting a man seen using bright orange bolt croppers to cut through a lock to steal a bike parked at Hillsborough Corner. He was white, in his 40s, 5ft 9ins tall and had short dark hair spiked in the middle. The culprit was wearing a short black jacket, jeans and trainers and was seen with a pair of bolt croppers.

A LORRY burst into flames on Chesterfield Road, Shuttlewood, Staveley, after a boiler in the back caught alight. A Ford Mondeo was torched in Brightholmelee Lane, Wharncliffe Side, Sheffield. The fire was started late on Thursday night.

THIEVES in Sheffield broke into a greenhouse on the Meersbrook allotments and a shed on the Carrfield Road allotments. Garages on Spotswood Close, Gleadless Valley, and Abney Road, Gleadless Valley, were also been raided.