Latest Horsham district burglaries

Tools and bikes were stolen in recent burglaries across the Horsham district, according to police.

Tuesday, 27th November 2018, 1:09 pm
Updated Tuesday, 8th January 2019, 9:56 pm

Barns, garages and sheds have been targeted and police have reinforced the message that these should be made as secure as possible.

Reecent burlaries:

- Kingslea, Horsham, between 4.30pm on November 21 and 10.30am on November 22.

Sussex Police

An attempt was made to enter a property, the attempt failed and no entry was gained but damage was caused to a front door.

- Tower Hill, Horsham, during the night of November 20.

Garage door was forced and tools stolen.

- Tower Hill, Horsham, between 4pm on November 13 and 9am on November 20.

An attempt was made to enter a store room in a garden. Nothing stolen but damage was caused.

- The Street, Washington between 4pm November 19 and 11.30am on November 20.

A padlock and chain were broken off and removed from a barn and tools were stolen.

- Barns Farm Lane, Storrington, between 11pm November 19 and 7am November 20.

A door to an outbuilding was forced and various power tools were stolen.

- Elm Grove Lane, Steyning, between 9pm November 16 6.05am November 18.

The padlock to a shed was broken off and a pedal cycle was stolen.

- Oldbury Close, Horsham, between November 18-23.

A pedal cycle was stolen from a garage.