Police News In Brief – November 2021
First published: Weds 17 Nov – Last updated: Tues 30 Nov
Monday 29 November
Doncaster East neighbourhood police say a burglary was carried out on Harpenden Drive, Dunscroft, in the early hours of the morning of Saturday 27 November. A spokesperson added: “Further to that a vehicle that was parked on Harpenden Drive had its window smashed. Please keep valuables in a secure place and ensure that windows and doors are locked.”
Police also reported that an old style Volvo had its catalytic converter stolen overnight in Stainforth (Mon 29 Nov), and advised vehicle owners to “park vehicles as securely as possible.”
Friday 26 November
Doncaster East neighbourhood police told people to “remain vigilant” as there had been several reports of three males going down drives on Cemetery Road in Hatfield at around midnight.
Tuesday 23 November
Doncaster East neighbourhood police said there had been two reported incidents of vehicle interference involving Ford Fiestas in the Hatfield area. PCSO Peter Gilliland said: “Offenders have tried to gain entry into vehicles causing damage to locking mechanism”. He also reported that tools had also been stolen from a van in Dunscroft.
Wednesday 17 November
Doncaster East neighbourhood police are alerting residents to incidents in the Hatfield and Stainforth areas. In an alert sent out by South Yorkshire Police, PCSO Peter Gilliland said: “Please be aware that there were two overnight burglaries on Mile End Avenue, Hatfield where three vehicles were stolen, one later recovered in Dunsville. South Yorkshire Police are having a number of reports across Stainforth, Dunscroft and Hatfield/Hatfield Woodhouse areas where its believed to be young males in balaclavas are trying door handles in the early hours of the morning.”