RESIDENTS across the Hart district are being urged to be vigilant after a number of residential burglaries.

A number of late-night incidents happened across four areas between May 3 and May 6.

The affected roads were: St Cross and Bowling Alley in Crondall, Green Lane in Camberley and Crownfields in Hook.

In one incident, suspects forced entry to the rear of the house and stole two vans. In another case, a Honda motorcycle was taken and a pair of bicycles.

They also took gardening tools including a Stihl chainsaw, two hedge trimmers, a strimmer and a blower. Two vans - a silver VW Caddy and a dark grey Ford Transit that has been converted into a camper - were taken from the driveway.

In another incident, the householder has been awake in the early hours when he heard a noise in the vicinity of his front door. When he investigated, he found a man in the hallway. He shouted at the man, who made off.

In a further incident, suspects have forced open a detached garage at a property and stole a Honda XR400R off road motorcycle and power tools including a Stihl chainsaw and disc cutter and a De Walt power tool charger and batteries.

Another resident found the door of his garage had been forced and a lawnmower had been taken along with a bright orange Alma carbon mountain bike, a black Planet X Pro carbon road bike, a small pink Planet X bicycle.

The neighbourhood inspector said they would be upping police patrols and urged residents to report any suspicious activity immediately.

Neighbourhood Inspector Jen Lovegrove said: “We want to reassure residents that we take these incidents extremely seriously.

“We will be conducting extra patrols around the district both during the day and overnight.

“We would ask residents if they see any vehicles or people acting suspiciously to report it to us immediately by calling 101.

“Please also consider crime prevention advice such as fitting secure locks and security measures such as alarms, CCTV and security lighting. For more crime prevention advice, visit”

Anyone with information about these crimes is asked to get in touch by calling 101 and quoting reference 44200159457.

Alternatively, you can call Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.