1. Several vehicles were vandalised in the Poole area on Thursday. A brick was thrown through the windscreen of a vehicle in Milborne Crescent from around 6am. A couple of hours later, the back window of a vehicle in Recreation Round, Branksome was damaged by a vandal. Between 7pm and 7.20pm, a stone was used to smash the rear offside window of a vehicle in Sherborn Crescent, Canford Heath. And several vehicles were vandalised in the Green Road area from midnight onwards. Police are appealing for information relating to all of the above incidents.

2. Glass from a wing mirror was stolen from a vehicle parked in Tudor Road, Broadstone, sometime between 6pm and 7pm on Tuesday, February 5. Anyone with information should contact 101 quoting occurrence number 55190019467.

3. A thief stole an Amazon Echo Dot and a Yamaha subwoofer from a log cabin in the garden of a home in Poole. The theft happened in Nuthatch Close between 9am on Monday and midday on Wednesday.

4. Designer sunglasses, credit cards, and a mobile phone are among the items stolen from vehicles in Poole this week. On Tuesday afternoon, from around 5.55pm, a thief stole a handbag, phone, and credit cards from a vehicle in Dover Road, Canford Cliffs. And on Thursday afternoon, from around 1.10pm, a pair of Chanel sunglasses was stolen from an unlocked car in the Pottersway area of Penn Hill.

5. Burglars targeted several sheds in a Poole road. On Thursday afternoon, from around 4.30pm, four sheds were targeted in the Baiter Gardens area. The burglar stole a mobility scooter from one of the sheds. The previous day, between 9.30am and 4pm, a burglar tried to break into a home in Stalybridge Road, Creekmoor. The offender attempted to force open the conservatory door, having failed to force the doors to the greenhouse and garden shed. A bag containing a number of items was left at the crime scene.

6. A vehicle parked in Langdon Road, Penn Hill, was damaged sometime between 5.15pm and 5.50pm on Wednesday, February 6. Contact 101 quoting 55190019566.

7. Two men were seen trying door handles of vehicles parked in Poole in the early hours of Thursday, February 7. An eyewitness told police she saw the men walking along Sandbanks Road between 1am and 2am. The incident was reported to police at 8.14am on Friday. A Dorset Police spokesperson said there were no reports of anything being stolen. Anyone with information should contact 101 quoting occurrence number 55190019681.