Around 1.20am on December 10 a property was broken into on Grainbeck Lane, Killinghall. Cash, laptop and a jacket were stolen.
During the day on December 16 a Makita mitre saw was stolen by forcing a garage door on Tennyson Avenue.
The same day garage doors were damaged to a property on Sandhill Drive. No entry was gained.
A further garage was entered on Burnside Walk that afternoon and a grey coloured Voodoo make mountain bike stolen.
Overnight between December 17 and 18 a car had its rear window smashed and exhaust parts were taken from the rear seat whilst parked off Woodfield Drive.
On the morning of December 18 a house was entered in Old Barber. Jewellery, mobile phones and a laptop were stolen.
Between 9am and 10.50am on December 18 a 6 foot long guinea pig cage and guinea pig were stolen from the rear of a house on Craven Street.
A van had wheel arch and bumper trim stolen whilst parked on Ash Road overnight between December 18 and 19.
Between December 18 and 19 a Zanussi washing machine was stolen from the rear of a property on De Ferrieres Avenue.
On December 19 between 11am and 2pm two men’s mountain bikes were stolen from a garage on Bachelor Gardens. A silver coloured Iron Horse Azure and a red Polygon Cosmic.
Overnight between December 19 and 20 a car was entered whilst parked on Bilton Lane and items of jewellery were stolen.
Between December 20 and 21 a garage was entered on Hill Top Mount. A white Carrera mountain bike with black forks was stolen.
Between December 20 and 22 a car was scratched while parked on Woodfield Drive
Overnight between December 20 and 21 a black and red Hyosung 125 motorcycle was stolen from the Harlow Park Drive area.
This week has seen an increase in thefts from gardens and garages in the Bilton, Woodfield and New Park areas mainly targeting cycles. Ensure rear yards, gardens and outbuildings are secure. Look out for your neighbours who may be away or at work. If you see anyone loitering or acting suspiciously in your neighbourhood please report to Police by ringing 101.
If you think a crime is taking place then ring 999 and ask for Police.
If you have any information in respect of these or any other crimes, please ring 101 to contact North Yorkshire Police or Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111