A round-up of crime stories from across Lancashire
Sat nav stolen from vehicle
A sat nav was stolen from a car parked on Moor Park Avenue. Unknown offenders approached the Ford S-MAX between 12pm and 3pm on Saturday, broke the driver’s window using a flat bladed instrument and leant in to steal the sat nav. The Tom Tom was taken complete with charging table and window holder.
Damage to house window
Around £200 of damage was caused to the windows of a house on Mete Street, Preston. Some time between 8.45pm and 9.20pm on Saturday an offender approached the mid terraced house, which is unoccupied and up for sale, and through a tarmac slab through the ground floor windows.
£400 pram base stolen
The base of a pram worth £400 was stolen from a pub in Bamber Bridge. At around 5.15pm on September 2 the base of the I-Candy Cherry Pram was stolen whilst it was left unattended in The White Bull on Station Road. Call police on 101.
Car on drive way damaged
The window of a car was smashed while parked on the driveway of a house in Fulwood. At some time between 11.45pm on Saturday and 10am on Sunday the offender entered the driveway of a semi-detached house on Belton Hill, Fulwood and used a paving stone to smash the rear tailgate window of a grey Peugeot 308. Call police on 101.
Bicycle worth £80 stolen
A children’s bicycle was stolen from the garden of a semi-detached local authority dwelling in Preston. The bright pink mountain bike worth £80 was stolen from Downing Street some time between 10.30pm on Saturday and 5am on Sunday. Anybody with information is asked to call police on 101.
Steaks stolen from store
A shoplifter stole two steaks worth £8.50 from a general store in Ashton on Ribble. The offender entered the shop on Norbreck Drive at 12.50pm on Friday, got the products from the display, concealed them and left.