A round-up of crime stories from across Lancashire
Window of car was smashed
Around £100 of damage was caused to a silver Volvo S40XS after the rear passenger side window was smashed. It happened between 7pm on Saturday and 7am on Sunday on Elliot Close in Plungington, Preston. Call police on 101 with information.
Wooden fence was damaged
Damage was caused to a fence outside a property in Carr Street, Preston, leaving a small hole in the panels. It happened between 12.05am and 12.10am on Sunday.
Mayor in civic visit to city
The Mayor of South Ribble, Coun Colin Clark, will take part in a civic visit to Lancaster on Thursday. The visit starts at the Carnforth Heritage Centre at 9am.
Parking permit defacement
Police covering the University ward in Preston are investigating concerns about unauthorised parking. Residents in Brieryfield Road have reported that parking signage is being defaced when replaced, preventing tickets being issued to vehicles parked without a permit.
Vandals break flats window
Police are appealing for information after a window was smashed at a first floor flat. An object was thrown into the window at Symonds Road, Fulwood, Preston between February 1 and 6. Anyone with information is asked to contact police on 101 or ring Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800555111.
Bike taken from front door
A sneak thief rode off on a bicycle which had been left outside a house in St Andrew’s Road, Deepdale, Preston, for a few minutes on Monday evening. The bike was worth £100.
Top of the list smellies stolen
A shoplifter stole around £200 worth of aftershave from Debenhams in Fishergate, Preston. The culprit took four bottles of Armani for Men on Sunday.