Cycles, safe and tools stolen in spate of thefts in Rugby

Witnesses can call the police on 101
Witnesses can call the police on 101

Three more bicycles have been stolen from homes in Rugby - along with a household safe and small tools.

Between 4pm on Saturday October 18 and 10am on Wednesday October 22, intruders entered a wooden shed at a property in Winfield Street after forcing the screws out of the hasp on the doors. They then carried out a search of the shed before making off with a pedal cycle.

Some time between Thursday October 16 and Wednesday October 22, burglars climbed over a fence into the garden of a home in Glebe Crescent and then entered the shed. They stole several small tools.

Between 8am and 8pm on Thursday October 23, offenders removed the lock from the rear door of a home in Oval Road and then entered the premises. Once inside, the burglars removed a small safe, containing passports and documents, from the wall of a bedroom and made off with it.

During the night Friday into Saturday, thieves stole a black and blue mountain bike from the back garden of a home in Featherbed Lane.

Between midnight and 9.30am on 26 October, thieves cropped the padlock off the up and over door of a garage at a home in Seabroke Avenue and also entered the shed. Nothing appears to have been stolen.

Between 8pm and 10pm on Sunday, offenders entered the back garden of a home in Dunster Close, Rugby and stole a mountain bike. The bike is described as red and black with springs at the front and rear.

And just after midnight on Monday morning, offenders damaged the door of a home in Saunton Road as they attempted to break in. The noise woke the residents who investigated and discovered the damage. The offenders had made off empty-handed.

Call the police on 101 with any information.