A round-up of crime stories from across Lancashire
Bag and diary stolen from car
A black leather satchel and a brown leather filofax containing personal information were stolen from a car parked in Kenmure Place in Preston.
It happened between 10am and 5.15pm on Tuesday and involved a silver Ford Fiesta.
Call police on 101.
Bin stolen from outside flats
A red lid recycling bin was stolen from outside a multi occupancy flat in Cypress Close, Ribbleton, Preston.
It happened between 7pm on March 4 and 9am on March 5.
Call Lancashire Police on 101 with information.
Sat nav and mobile stolen
A Tom Tom sat nav and an iPhone 3G were stolen from a car parked on Henderson Street in Preston.
The front passenger window of a black Peugeot 206 was smashed between 8am and 12pm on Tuesday.
The thief then reached into the glove box and stole the items.
A Blackberry charger and a Belkin FM transmitter was also stolen.
Call police on 101.
Flat window was smashed
The outer pane of a UPVC window was damaged after somebody threw a stone or something similar at it.
The pane of the window of the second floor flat in Fir Trees Place, Ribbleton, Preston, was smashed at around 5.30pm on Tuesday evening.
Anyone with information should contact Lancashire police on 101.
Damage to a parked car
A Car parked on Longridge Road, Ribbleton, was damaged after it was kicked.
The door of the Nissan Micra S was dented and the windscreen was cracked from the impact.
It happened between 12pm on Sunday and 9am yesterday.
Car bonnet damaged
The bonnet of a Vauxhall Corsa Club parked on the driveway of a house in Birkdale Drive, Ashton-on-Ribble was damaged by a group of people between 12.01am and 12.10am on Tuesday morning.
Call Lancashire police with info on 101.
Bus windscreen damaged by yobs
Police are hunting yobs who broke a bus window.
The louts struck on Oakwood Avenue in Ribbleton, Preston, on Sunday afternoon.
They damaged a bus windscreen by throwing stones at it. No-one is thought to have been hurt.
Police officers have already stepped up a campaign to crack down on attacks on buses in the Ribbleton area, following a spate of incidents over the last few weeks.
Anyone with information can call Lancashire police on 101.