Cotswolds crime round-up
GOLF clubs worth £299 and two bicycles were stolen from a garden shed in Chesterton Lane, Cirencester. The Wilson Staff golf irons and tailor-made woods along with a red Motocaddy golf bag were taken with between 9am on Wednesday January 2 and 10am on Thursday January 10. A black Cirrus Allez-Comp bike worth £150 and a Saracen racing bike worth £199 were also taken.
A LUMINOUS green diamondback mountain bike worth £400 was stolen from a garage on Partridge Way, Cirencester, between 9pm on Saturday January 5 and 8am on Friday January 11. Police said the same bicycle may have been seen in Preston on the evening of Thursday January 10.
TWO large metal agricultural rollers worth £100 and £50 were stolen from a field on Ham Lane, Kempsford, between 9pm on Wednesday January 9 and 1pm the following Saturday.
A MOTORBIKE worth £2,500 was stolen from the driveway of a house in Frampton Mansell on Thursday January 10. The blue and white Sherco HRD 50 SM motorbike was stolen some time between 6am and 7.40am.
THE door of a maintenance shed at Deer Park School, Cirencester, was kicked open between Thursday January 10 and Friday January 11. Nothing was stolen although the lock was damaged.
A BRONZE statue of a hare worth £170 was among items stolen when thieves forced their way into a house on Briary Road, Lechlade, between 6.30pm on Friday January 11 and 6pm the following Sunday. The criminals also took £185 in cash along with £40 worth of bracelets and bangles.
JEWELLERY and cash were stolen from a house on Elizabeth Gardens, Meysey Hampton between 1.20pm and 6.45pm on Saturday January 12. It is not known how the house was entered, but police said tool marks had been observed on an external door and a pane of glass had been smashed on an internal door.
A FLAT-SCREEN 42 inch Sony television and five pounds in change was stolen from a house on Bowling Green Road, Cirencester, some time between 7.30pm and 11.30pm on Saturday January 12. There were no signs of forced entry to the house.
A SHED was broken into a Saxon Road, Cirencester, overnight between Sunday January 13 and Monday January 14. Nothing was stolen but a bicycle was removed from the shed and left on the driveway of the house.