Humberside Police are investigating the theft of maintenance equipment from a village cricket club.
Between 11am on Sunday 15 September to 5pm on Monday 16 September unknown offenders broke into Beeford Cricket Club, using an angle grinder to break through a security fence housing a metal storage container.
A spokeswoman for Humberside Police said: “Behind the pavilion of Beeford Cricket Club is a metal storage container which is surrounded by security fencing. They used an angle grinder to cut through the sliding bolt and metal shroud around the padlock to gain entry.”
Items stolen from inside the container included A Scarifier - SISI Rotar Rake - for turf management larger unity, a red Petrol lawnmower of an Australian make, a Balmoral petrol lawnmower green, a five Kilowatt Petrol generator, a Honda 4 Stroke Strimmer and an orange toolbax containing various spanners and other hand tools.
The police spokeswoman added: “It’s believed that a vehicle would have had to be used to transport the larger items.
If you saw any suspicious activity around Rectory Lane during these times please contact the police and quote crime reference 1998373.”
Police are also investigating an unrelated incident involving the theft of three motor cross bikes from a farm in Dunnington.
Overnight on Tuesday 17 September 20 thieves forced the padlocks off both of the doors of the farm’s out buildings.
A police spokeswoman said: “The first outhouse was entered and two Honda and one Yamaha off road motor cross bikes were stolen from within. Nothing was stolen from the second outhouse. If you have any information about this burglary or the stolen bikes contact the police and quote crime reference 1998698.”