The following crimes were reported in the Ripon and Pateley Bridge areas between November 16-29.
Overnight between November 18 and 19 a window to the value of £300 was smashed at a dwelling on King Edwards Road, Ripon.
Between November 19 and 20 a vehicle was attacked on Charter Road, Ripon in an apparent attempt to steal it. The theft was ultimately unsuccessful but the vehicle was left with a broken window.
On November 20 goods to the value of £80.64 were stolen from Booths Supermarket, Ripon. A 48yr old male was detained and has been reported for this offence.Overnight between November 20 and 21 a Mitsubishi L200 pick-up was stolen from an address in Grewelthorpe.
Between November 21-22 a gate was damaged to the rear of the Scope shop on Fishergate, Ripon. The value of the damage has been estimated at £200.
On 22nd November a wallet was stolen from a male in Ripon City centre.
A 20-year-old man has been charged with Possession of a Class B controlled drug further to an incident at Low Skellgate, Ripon on November 22.
On November 23 a for sale board was damaged on South Crescent, Ripon this is the fifth time that this particular board has been damaged.
On November 23 purse was stolen from a shoppers handbag in Sainsburys.Overnight between November 18-19 a Blue Land Rover Defender and a battery powered Grinder were stolen from a farm in Grewelthorpe.
On the same night a window to the value of £300 was smashed at a dwelling on King Edwards Road, Ripon
Overnight between November 24 and 25 an Ifor Williams Trailer was stolen was an address in Topcliffe.
On the same night a quad bike was stolen from an address in Topcliffe.
In order to address the increase in rural burglaries in addition to other measures police are putting out extra patrols in the rural district who will be working alongside volunteers from the Rural Watch.
If anyone would like to be part of the patrols and help in the fight against rural crime, contact Sgt Andrew Tifffany on 101. Select option 2 and state 838.
Contact police on 101 with information.