Power tools and van stolen from Wetherby

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Wetherby police reported five incidents of note across the area between June 2 and 9.

Overnight June 1 and 2, a person forced entry to a garden shed on Tenter Hill in Bramham and stole power tools.

Damage was caused to a secure compound at a business premises on Audby Lane in Wetherby between June 5 and 8. Extensive damage was caused to the vehicle parked in the compound.

In the early hours of June 07 an intruder forced entry to a business premises on the York Road Industrial estate in Wetherby and power tools and a van were stolen.

The van was later recovered in the Harehills area of Leeds.

Between June 2 and 4 a person forced entry to a motor vehicle on Harrogate Road at Harewood and stolen a handbag containing bank cards.

The bank cards have subsequently been used to buy goods.

Overnight June 3 and 4 damage was caused to a lock at Bardsey Bowling Club as someone tried to force their way in. No entry was gained.