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Tools and bikes stolen

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POLICE are appealing for witnesses following a number of incidents across the Moorlands. Two bicycles were stolen from outside the Spar Shop in Forsbrook on Tuesday, September 17. A spokesman for Staffordshire Police said: “We are seeking any information about the theft of two push bikes from outside the Spar Shop in Forsbrook that occurred on Tuesday, September 17 between 6pm and 7.30pm.

The first bike is described as grey and orange voodoo bandit, and the second bike is described as black and white carerra vengeance.”

Anyone with any information about these bikes is asked to call the force on 101 quoting serial 744-17/09/19.

The force is urging residents to remain vigilant and report any suspicious behaviour, following a number of shed breaks-in in the Tean area overnight on September 17.

The police spokesman said: “This is a timely reminder to secure garages and sheds and any out buildings you might have and to remove all tools from view.”

Meanwhile, the force is appealing for witnesses following a burglary at Blakehall Fishery in Cheadle.

The police spokesman said: “We are seeking any information in relation to a burglary that has occurred in the early hours of Wednesday, September 18 at Blakehall Fisheries in Cheadle.

If you have seen or heard anything suspicious call 101 quoting serial 102-18/09/2019.

If you have any cctv around this location, can we ask that this is reviewed and then call 101 for us to come around to view.”

The force has also received reports of a suspicious looking vehicle driving along a street in Cheadle.

A spokesman for Staffordshire Police said: “An old type sprinter van short wheel based in white was seen in the area of Victory Crescent in Cheadle at approximately 9.45am on Thursday September 19, containing two Eastern European males.

One with a shaved head in his 40’s and another who was in his 20’s.

They were acting suspicious looking into peoples gardens.

Can residents please be aware and keep all valuables safely locked aware.”

In a separate incident, tools were taken from a van which had been parked in the Moorlands village of Cauldon Low.

A spokesman for Staffordshire Police said: “Between 5pm on Tuesday, September 10 and 7.30am on Wednesday, September 11, a number of ‘Milkaukee’ power tools have been stolen from a van parked in the area of Cauldon Low.

If anyone has any information in relation to the theft please make contact on telephone 101, quoting incident 119 of 11/09/2019.”

Anyone wishing to contact Staffordshire Police on a non-emergency matter, call 101. In an emergency call 999.

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