Police are appealing for information about and witnesses to the following crimes which have been reported in the town in recent days.
l In the early hours of Thursday, May 29 the front doors to a shop premises in Montpellier Street were damaged in an attempted burglary. Nothing was taken.
l In the early hours of Friday, May 30 a burglary occurred at a commercial premises on Station Parade. Money was stolen. Two men were arrested later that day.
l Between May 29 and 30 the rear door to a property on Century Walk had a rear door lock damaged.
l Between May 23 and 25 a vehicle was scratched whilst parked on Kent Road.
l Overnight between Friday, May 30 and Saturday, May 31 a car was scratched whilst parked on Durham Way.
l Sometime between May 20 and 26 a six-foot metal garden light and a black metal gate were stolen from a property on Skipton Road.
l Overnight between Monday, May 26 and 27 a blue coloured adult Raleigh mountain bike was stolen from the rear yard of a property on Regent Mount.
l Overnight between Monday, May 26 and 27 a child’s black and green British Eagle mountain bike was stolen from the garden of a property on Torrs Road.
l Between May 26 and 27 a grey coloured British Eagle ladies mountain bike was stolen from a garden in Fountains Avenue.
l Between Monday, May 26 and 27 a black coloured BMX cycle was stolen from a property in Hutton Gate.
l Between 4pm and 6pm on Thursday, May 29 a child’s pink coloured Dunlop mountain bike was stolen from the rear garden of a property on Bramham Drive.
l Sometime between 21st May and 1st June two section of wall have been damaged on North Moor Road, Summerbridge
Anyone with information about the above incidents is asked to call North Yorkshire Police on 101, or Crimestoppers can be contacted anonymously on 0800 555111.
Police are urging residents to take simple measures which could protect them from criminals.
“Keep cycles in a secure place and out of sight, preferably indoors,” said a spokesman for Harrogate police.
“If you see anyone acting suspiciously in yours or a neighbours garden or hanging around in alleyways then contact police.”