Calderdale Upper Valley Residential Burglary and Vehicle Crime Report

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Upper Valley covers the wards of:
Calder, Luddenden Foot, Ryburn, Sowerby Bridge and Todmorden

For the week 27  September to 10 October

Burglary Residential – 8
Theft from motor vehicle/Vehicle interference – 4
Theft of motor vehicle - 2

Burglary residential
Window forced and entry gained to house. Search made and property taken (Sowerby Bridge)
Glass panel in door forced and entry gained to house. Property taken – Ripponden (Ryburn)
Attempt made to gain entry to garage – no entry gained.  Sowerby (Ryburn)
Outbuilding entered on two separate days (2 crimes) – Ripponden (Ryburn)
House entered believed after object  placed through cat flap and house keys obtained. Items including vehicle keys and vehicles taken (vehicle later recovered) – Midgley (Luddfoot)
Lock forced on garage and entry gained. Property taken – Todmorden (Calder)
Suspect reaches in dwelling via partially open window. Make off after being disturbed by dog and neighbour. – Barkisland (Ryburn)

Theft from motor vehicle/vehicle interference
Window smashed on vehicle, entry gained and property taken – Rishworth (Ryburn)
Window smashed on vehicle, entry gained but no property taken – Ripponden (Ryburn)
Fuel syphoned from vehicle – Hebden Bridge (Calder)
Vehicle entered, and property taken – Cragg Vale (Luddfoot)

Theft of motor vehicle
Land Rover Defender stolen, later recovered – Ripponden (Ryburn)
 
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