A round up of crime stories from across Lancashire.
Concern raised over drugs
Residents of the Greenlands Estate in Ribbleton, Preston, have reported concerns about drug dealing to police.
Officers said that local well known groups have been identified and will form part of an ongoing investigation. Worried have been raised illegal parking, forcing pedestrians into the road.
Leyland police are investigating complaints about loud music in Teal Close during the evenings and weekends.
Officers are also looking into incidents of anti-social behaviour and youths drinking at the shops on Dunkirk Lane during the evenings.
A vandal caused damage to a car while the owner was visiting a hospital.
At sometime between 10pm on Wednesday, March 13 and 8am on Thursday March 14 the front nearside window of a Citreon C2 was smashed as it was parked on the car park of Sharoe Green Hospital, Sharoe Green Lane north,, Fulwood, Preston.
Nothing was taken from the vehicle.
Anyone with information should contact police by calling 101 or call the anonymous Crimestoppers line on 0800 555 111.