CHESHIRE Police have issued a round-up of reported crimes in Tattenhall for September.
There were 53 reported incidents of note, 17 of which were road and vehicle related.
A car was broken into in Castlefields and another car, taken without consent from Crewe, was crashed in Birds Lane and a male and female were arrested.
Residents are continuing to be vigilant, with suspicious vehicles and persons being reported. Be on the lookout for two suspicious males, who were most recently seen at the Candle Factory in a van.
Thefts of scrap metal and fuel oil have reduced but residents need to be vigilant as these could increase again.
There have been several tractor thefts within Cheshire and surrounding counties with mostly brand new units being taken.
PC Tony Owens added: “A cross border operation with West Mercia and North Wales Police was run again this month, which caused disruption to thieves and drug dealers using the roads around our counties.
“Two were arrested for theft of scrap metal and several vehicles were seized, three for using red diesel and one for no insurance.”
HM Customs and Excise can confirm that use of red diesel carries a large fine and the vehicle is very likely to be crushed, regardless of its age.
PC Owens can be contacted at Dragon Hall police station on 0845 458 6377