Doncaster crime round-up June 3 - teen thieves damage school mini-bus

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The following crimes were reported to Doncaster police on June 2. Anyone with information please call South Yorkshire Police on 101.

Conisbrough: Burglars who forced the back door of a house in Park Road yesterday stole a computer games console.

Armthorpe: Intruders who broke into a house in Whiphill Lane around 3pm yesterday damaged the alarm system when it disturbed them but nothing appears to have been stolen.

Hatfield: Burglars forced the doors of a garage in Millard Avenue last night and stole a power washer.

Town Moor: A mountain bike worth £600 was stolen when the garage of a house in Town Moor Avenue was entered yesterday teatime.

Rossington: A pedal cycle disappeared on Sunday night when it was left in the rear garden of a property in Yew Tree Crescent.

Intake: A lawnmower and a mini-quad bike have been stolen form the shed of a house in Crecy Avenue.

Town cnetre: A woman has lost a £450 mobile phone after it was stolen from her handbag in Che bar on Silver Street around 12.30am on Sunday.

Skellow: Thieves who smashed the window of a Vauxhall Zafira in Elm Road on Sunday night took a satnav, mobile phone and CDs.

Conisbrough: Two boys aged about 13 are suspected of damaging the fuel pipes of a mini bus parked in the grounds of Pennine View School, Old Road, to steal the diesel fuel in the early hours of Saturday.

Lakeside: Sneak thieves have taken a quantity of iPads from the learning centre at the Keepmoat Stadium over the weekend.