Ripon police would like information on the following incidents in the area:
Tuesday-Wednesday, June 3-4:
– Overnight an attempt was made to break in to a jewellers shop on The Arcade, Ripon.
Tuesday, June 3 - Sunday, June 8
– A dwelling was brokenin to in Grewelthorpe and jewellery and silverware stolen.
Wednesday to Thursday, June 4-5:
– A plant pot was stolen and posters defaced overnight at the Bowling Club in Dacre Banks.
Thursday, June 5:
– In the afternoon four cashmire jumpers valued at £110 each were stolen from the Edinburgh Woollen Mill, in Ripon.
Friday, June 6:
– A garden wall was damaged on Aislabie Garth in Ripon after being hit by a lorry or other large vehicle between 3-7pm. The damaged section of wall is around five metres and will cost the victim a substantial amount of money to repair. The driver of the vehicle did not stop at the scene. Quote reference number NYP-06062014-0467 when giving information on this incident.
Friday-Saturday, June 6-7:
– Overnight an outbuilding was broken into in Grewelthorpe and a Stihl saw plus masonry tools to a value of £5,000 stolen.
Saturday to Monday, June 7-10
– An attempt was made to force entry into a dwelling on High Skellgate in Ripon. The offender was unsuccessful and made off after causing damage to the door handle.
Tuesday, June 10:
– Between 10am-8pm a padlock was stolen from a gate in Baldersby St James.
– An LG black mobile phone was stolen from a vehicle parked on the marina in Ripon in the afternoon.
Tuesday to Saturday, June 10-14:
– A wheeled tractor-pulled Claas rake valued at £1,000 was stolen from a barn on Nunwick Lane, Grewelthorpe.
Wednesday, June 11:
– A cross-country dirt bike valued at £170 was stolen from The Green in Kirkby Malzeard between 5pm-10pm.
Saturday, June 14:
– A Vauxhall Corsa parked in the car park behind Sainsbury’s had a tyre slashed between 1.15-1.45pm.
Anyone who has information on any of these incidents or any other crime is asked to contact North Yorkshire Police on 101. Alternatively, Crimestoppers can be contacted anonymously on 0800 555 111.