Criminal damage, break-ins and thefts reported in the Bourne area

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Police are appealing for information after a series of crimes took place across the Bourne area.

On Friday morning, between 9.05am and 9.25am a black Peugeot 508 parked in The Green, in Thurlby, was hit by another vehicle which failed to stop.

The side door, wheel and bumper were damaged in the incident.

Anyone with information should quoting incident number 86 of November 15 when calling police on 101.

Tools were stolen from a white tipper van in Manthorpe between 4pm on Thursday and 7am on Friday.

Anyone who witnessed the crime should contact police quoting crime number 32130045256.

Police are reminding people to remove all tools from work vans each night.

Police are investigating two suspicious incidents that occurred in the Morton area on Tuesday and Wednesday night last week.

A residents in St Johns Close, Morton, discovered someone trying to open their back patio doors at about 8.30pm on Tuesday. Then the following night a residents in Haconby Lane, Morton, reported seeing people in their garden taking interest in the garden sheds.

Anyone who has seen anything suspicious in the area should call police on 101, citing incident 88 of November.

On Saturday night a fence at a property in Hanthorpe Road, Morton, was damaged. Anyone who witnessed the damage should cite incident 139 of November 17 when talking to police.

The skatepark ramp in the Recreation Ground off Horbling Road, Billingborough, has been damaged by vandals.

The damage was caused on either Tuesday or Wednesday.

Anyone with information should call police on 101 citing incident number incident 106 of November 15.

Alternatively email the neighbourhood policing team on

On Thursday a house in Pethley Lane, Pointon, was broken into between 9am and 1.20pm.

Police are interested to hear from anybody who may have information regarding this incident or may of witnessed any suspicious activity in the area during the morning.

Anyone with information should quote incident 212 of November 14.