Battle crime round-up

HERE is a round-up of crimes recently committed in the Battle area:

SEVERAL parts were stolen from a tractor parked in a woodyard in Kane Hythe Road, Battle, overnight on May 18/19.

VANDALS smashed three car windscreens in Etchingham.

A vehicle parked in Burgh Hill was damaged overnight on May 18/19 and police received two more reports of similar vandalism in the High Street and Burgh Hill on May 20.

TWO plastic flower pouches, containing newly-planted flowers, were taken from a gate post in Earlsdown, Dallington, on May 20.

THREE masked intruders broke into a workshop belonging to a landscaping business in Catsfield, overnight on May 21/22.

Several vehicles in the workshop were entered and searched in the workshop.

A RED Vauxhall Vivaro panel van was stolen from Battle Road, Dallington, over the weekend May 21/22.

A RIDE-ON lawn mower was stolen from a workshop in London Road, Battle, between 4pm-7pm on May 23.

The lawn mower was a red Westwood S800, worth approximately £500.

A CAR was keyed all down one side whilst parked in The Street, Sedlescombe, overnight on May 22/23.

THIEVES stole a Makita rotary hammer/drill from a building site in North Trade Road, Battle, overnight on May 23/24.

Entry was gained to the site via scaffolding.

A QUAD bike valued at £1,000 was stolen from a secluded location in Mountfield overnight on May 23/24.

The bike, a Yukon XK150, was chained and locked to a tractor when it was stolen.

TWO chainsaws worth £100 were stolen when several sheds were broken into in Mountfield overnight on May 23/24.