Keep your shed and garage secure - police warning after break-ins

Residents are being warned to keep sheds and garages securely locked following a number of incidents in the Horsham district.

Friday, 14th October 2016, 4:06 pm
Updated Friday, 8th June 2018, 2:09 am

These included sheds in Church Close, Lower Beeding, on Saturday October 8. In one incident overnight chainsaws and a hedge cutter were stolen.

In Buttercup Way, Horsham, between September 17 and the 30th tools and frozen food were stolen form an insecure shed.

Other recent crimes reported to police are:

Victory Road, Horsham - Friday October 7 - victim heard a ring on the door, came downstairs to find handbag had been stolen, Entry gained through insecure door.

Furze Lane, Rudgwick - Monday October 10 - front door forced two watches and BMW stolen from driveway.

Church Close, Lower Beeding - August 7 - garage door forced and entry gained to the utility room no search of the house but an untidy search of the garage and shed. Nothing of note stolen.

Church Close, Lower Beeding - reports of vehicles broken into and damage caused.