THIEVES smashed their way into a family centre and stole two valuable laptop computers.
They used a baseball bat to smash the ground floor window of the site’s office in Raby Park Road, Neston, at 6.02am on Wednesday.
Once inside, they forced open cupboards and filing cabinets, making an untidy search.
Thieves smashed a small pane of glass in a window at John Street Primary School in Ellesmere Port on the night of November 17, before stealing two flat screen computer monitors.
Crooks climbed on to the flat roof of a women’s fitness and wellness centre in Chester Road, Little Sutton, on the night of November 17, and smashed the toilet window before making an untidy search of the first floor and ground floor.
They ransacked an office, emptying drawers, removing the safe, smashing two glass display cabinets and taking handbags and costume jewellery.
Burglars forced the window shutters outside a building site compound in Blackstairs Road, Ellesmere Port, on the night of November 16 and smashed a rear window, before removing sets of keys from the key cupboard.
They then tried breaking into two secure storage containers before taking diesel from a tank, cutting the hose and damaging the hand pump.
Crooks forced the entrance door of a pub in Old Hall Farm, Kinsey Road, Cheshire Oaks, at 7.25am on Sunday before smashing their way into the office.
Thieves stole a Yamaha 125 motorbike from Queens Gardens, Ellesmere Port, at 7.55pm on Friday and set it alight; took a Honda motorbike from Belgrave Drive, Ellesmere Port, another Honda bike from Dale Gardens, Whitby, a laptop from a Peugeot Partner van in Regent Street, Ellesmere Port, and power tools including an electric saw, jigsaw, portable drills and hammer drill from a Vauxhall Movano van in Baker Drive, Great Sutton, all on Thursday; took £300 of gifts from the boot of a Suzuki Grand Vitara on Wednesday afternoon; took a sat-nav and tools from a Vauxhall Movano car in Underwood Drive, Ellesmere Port, and an Audi TT car from Ledsham Road, Little Sutton, both on Wednesday; took a sat-nav and money box containing £20 from an Audi TT car in Hambledon Close, Little Sutton, a roof rack from a Ford Transit in Rossfield Road, Ellesmere Port, a Vauxhall Vectra from Merton Road, Great Sutton, a handbag and purse from a house in Pensby Drive, Great Sutton, and electrical items from a house in Woodfield Road, Ellesmere Port, all November 17.
Vandals threw a brick at a ground floor house window in Arthur Avenue, Ellesmere Port, on Sunday; damaged a house wall at Capenhurst Lane, Whitby, on Saturday; and smashed a toilet window at the Poole Centre, New Grosvenor Road, Ellesmere Port, on November 18.