Mirfield and Hopton weekly crime report
It was a busy time for criminals in Mirfield last week, with two cars taken by thieves stealing keys through letterboxes.
The door mirror of a Hyundai was damaged in Huddersfield Road, Eastthorpe on March 14 at 7pm.
Later that evening, the door mirror of a Citoren Despatch was damaged in Wilson Avenue, Knowl at around 8.15pm.
The tyre of a Citoren C5 was damaged in Old Bank Road, Greenside at 2am on March 15.
Number plates were stolen from a Vauxhall Astra on March 16 at 9am.
An “unknown implement was pushed through a letterbox in Crossley Hill on March 16. Burglars stole the car keys for a Ford C-Max and Dacia Sandero in Sunny Bank Avenue at around 11.30pm.
Electrical items were stolen from a Volkswagen 1,000 by unknown means in Huddersfield Road, Snake Hill, on March 17 at 12.20am.
Suspects have been charged for stealing metal delivery cages from the Station Road Co-op on March 17 at 10.30pm.
The window of a Peugeot van was smashed before the thief stole power tools in Crossley Lane, Northorpe at about midnight on March 18.
An unknown implement was pushed through the letterbox of a house in Manor drive to steal the keys to a Volvo C30 on March 19 at 10.30pm.
A window was smashed with a stone in Norman Drive, Knowl on March 20 at about 12.55pm.