Walsham-Le-Willows: Overnight on Wednesday 20th June, a garage at a property on Summer Road has been entered and John Deere lawnmower valued around £700 stolen from within. No damage was caused to the garage during this theft. Also overnight on the same road, offenders have forced entry to another garage by breaking the lock, although they did not take anything. However, a third garage was broken into by forcing entry causing approximately £170 worth of damage, where a lawnmower valued at £250 was stolen. Overnight on Wednesday 27th June, offenders have entered an insecure vehicle parked in an open area at the rear of the property, and stolen a computer game, ipod, handbag, purse, cash and a computer games console. All combined at a value of £450. This emphasises the importance of not leaving valuables in vehicles, and also locking it.
Eye: Between Tuesday 19th June and Tuesday 26th June on Hoxne Road, unknown offenders have entered an insecure farm building with no lock, and taken a £450 chainsaw, £500 strimmer, and caused damage to an egg stall at the end of the drive. Also reported on Tuesday 26th June, a property at Oak Crescent had a large number of potted plants and 2 push bikes stolen after being left outside in the garden. This property was not being lived in and will soon be knocked down, so it is unsure if the offenders had assumed the items had been left outside for collection for a new owner. Also in the town, between Monday 25th June and Thursday 28th June at a property on Lowgate Street, entry to a shed has been made by forcing the door lock, with a number of power tools and 2 generators stolen from within.
Hoxne: Between Monday 25th June and Tuesday 26th June on Nuttery Vale, 4 fish have been discovered missing from a pond in the rear garden of a property that has a public footpath running alongside it. 3 Large Golden Orfe and 1 Tench have gone, although there is a possibility a heron could have been involved. Also in the parish on the same road, a roadside farm stall has experienced a theft of vegetables during daylight hours on Wednesday 27th June, where a low amount of cash was put in the tin, and large quantity of food taken.
Bedingfield: Overnight on Tuesday 26th June at a farm on Plash Road, a farm office building has been entered via an insecure rear door where a search took place, although nothing was stolen.
Wortham: Also during daylight hours on Tuesday 26th June at an isolated property on Low Road, offenders have forced entry to a garage, and stolen 2 chainsaw with a combined value of £850.
Stuston: Overnight on Friday 29th June, offenders have forced entry to the front door of a farm shop by jemmying it open. Upon entry into the shop, the til has been targeted, and £80.00 cash taken from within.
Yaxley: Also overnight on the same night, another business premises has been targeted just off the A140, where HGV's are repaired. The fuel caps were then broken off 3 vehicles and 750 litres of diesel stolen.
Rickinghall: Again overnight on Friday 29th June, at a property on Rectory Hill, offenders have entered the rear garden of a property and forced entry to a shed, stealing £150 worth of power tools.
Thorham Parva: Finally, still overnight on Friday 29th June, at a business premises on Bull Road, offenders have gained entry to 2 isolated barns and stolen several items from within including 2 climbing packs valued at £400 each, and a diesel engine from a woodchipper.